Shakespeare's Globe

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25/5/17

Sam Conversations - Adrian Lester

Professor Ayanna Thompson talks to award winning actor and director Adrian Lester about performing and producing Shakespeare.

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8/6/17

Sam Wanamaker Fellowship Lecture

Professor Grace Ioppolo (University of Reading) looks at Shakespeare’s relationship with us through the use of playhouses, actors and texts from his own time to ours.

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6/7/17

Sam Conversations - Kiernan Ryan

Through close readings of a wide range of plays, including Titus Andronicus, The Merchant of Venice, Measure for Measure, Macbeth and King Lear, Kiernan Ryan shows how Shakespeare employs the power of the imagination to foster the dream of a truly just society.

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12/7/17

Public Workshops - Performing Restoration Shakespeare

The events offer unique opportunities for the public to engage with scholars, actors and musicians and learn more about the history of Shakespeare on stage.

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13/7/17

Public Workshops - Performing Restoration Shakespeare

The events offer unique opportunities for the public to engage with scholars, actors and musicians and learn more about the history of Shakespeare on stage.

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22/7/17

Editing in Action

This event is a work-in-progress, allowing the team of 14 international scholars to explore how works such as The Malcontent and The Dutch Courtesan translate into performance.

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10/8/17

Sam Conversations - Thelma Holt

Thelma Holt held an audience spellbound when she spoke in the Playhouse last year about her work with the late Japanese director Yukio Ninagawa. We have invited her back to reflect further on her remarkable career with Shakespeare in this country and abroad;

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17/8/17

John Wolfson - Annual Perspectives

John Wolfson will summarise the last two centuries of scholarly disagreements over the Sonnets. The talk will be illustrated by Globe Actors.

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