Shakespeare's Globe

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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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8/8/17

Oxford University Drama Society in the Playhouse

For the past two decades, student directors have made a bid to take a Shakespeare production to Japan under the auspices of the celebrated late Japanese theatre director, Yukio Ninagawa.

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9/8/17

Oxford University Drama Society in the Playhouse

For the past two decades, student directors have made a bid to take a Shakespeare production to Japan under the auspices of the celebrated late Japanese theatre director, Yukio Ninagawa.

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10/8/17

Oxford University Drama Society in the Playhouse

For the past two decades, student directors have made a bid to take a Shakespeare production to Japan under the auspices of the celebrated late Japanese theatre director, Yukio Ninagawa.

Buy tickets more info >

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11/8/17

Oxford University Drama Society in the Playhouse

For the past two decades, student directors have made a bid to take a Shakespeare production to Japan under the auspices of the celebrated late Japanese theatre director, Yukio Ninagawa.

Buy tickets more info >



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