Shakespeare's Globe

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2/4/17

Sam Wanamaker Festival

Students from the UK’s leading drama schools and Rutgers Conservatory at Shakespeare’s Globe present scenes by Shakespeare and his contemporaries in the Globe Theatre.

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14/5/17

Rarely Played - Rare Triumphs of Love and Fortune

Learn more about each of these plays with our inspiring and engaging seminar introductions prior to our Read Not Dead performances.

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14/5/17

Read Not Dead - Rare Triumphs of Love and Fortune

Venus, goddess of love, and Fortune, goddess of fate and downfall, argue over their respective powers. To settle the matter, they decide to meddle in the lives of mortal men and women. Who will cause the most havoc?

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20/5/17

Read Not Dead - Prose

Join us in the candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, as it plays host to an eerie staged reading of Thomas Nashe’s unsettling and disturbing exploration of night terrors...

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18/6/17

Rarely Played - Fedele and Fortunio

Learn more about each of these plays with our inspiring and engaging seminar introductions prior to our Read Not Dead performances.

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18/6/17

Read Not Dead - Fedele and Fortunio

The scene is Naples, and the subject is courtship. In this riotous comedy, the course of true love runs anything but smoothly. Virginia loves Fedele, who loves Victoria, who loves Fortunio – but who will end up with whom?

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16/7/17

Rarely Played - Mucedorus

Learn more about each of these plays with our inspiring and engaging seminar introductions prior to our Read Not Dead performances.

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16/7/17

Read Not Dead - Mucedorus

The most frequently performed and printed of early modern plays, Mucedorus centres on its mysterious title character, a lowly stranger who saves the princess Amadine from a savage bear.

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