Shakespeare's Globe

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7/7/16

Hamlet & Japan

Shakespeare took hold of the Japanese imagination in the 1880s and has never let go. We celebrate Japan’s fascination with Hamlet in an evening of talks and performances.

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17/7/16

Rarely Played - Every Man Out Of His Humour

An inspiring and engaging introduction to the Read Not Dead Performance.

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17/7/16

Read Not Dead - Every Man Out Of His Humour

A madcap drama of misunderstanding, the play was performed at the Globe in 1599 and makes allusions to Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Henry IV part 2.

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21/8/16

Rarely Played - The Chances

An inspiring and engaging introduction to the Read Not Dead Performance.

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21/8/16

Read Not Dead - The Chances

The Chances was not published until 1647 but was regularly revived and adapted in the Restoration and throughout the 18th century.

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18/9/16

Rarely Played - Sejanus His Fall

An inspiring and engaging introduction to the Read Not Dead Performance.

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18/9/16

Read Not Dead - Sejanus His Fall

First published in 1603 and again in Jonson’s Works in 1616, the play follows Machiavellian Sejanus’ thirst for revenge which causes a rift in court that threatens to bring down the state.

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2/10/16

Rarely Played - Back By Popular Demand

An inspiring and engaging introduction to the Read Not Dead Performance.

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