Shakespeare's Globe

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15/8/17

Theatre Company Q&As - King Lear

Theatre company members share their experiences of this season’s plays in the Globe and answer your questions in these chaired Q&As after the following matinees.

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18/8/17

The Woman in the Moon

Utopia. God is female – Nature herself. When four shepherds beg for a mate, she creates Pandora, the first woman. But the seven planets are jealous, and take turns to revenge themselves on her as she is pursued by the four love-struck men.

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19/8/17

The Woman in the Moon

Utopia. God is female – Nature herself. When four shepherds beg for a mate, she creates Pandora, the first woman. But the seven planets are jealous, and take turns to revenge themselves on her as she is pursued by the four love-struck men.

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19/8/17

The Woman in the Moon

Utopia. God is female – Nature herself. When four shepherds beg for a mate, she creates Pandora, the first woman. But the seven planets are jealous, and take turns to revenge themselves on her as she is pursued by the four love-struck men.

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27/8/17

Rarely Played - Sappho and Phao

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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27/8/17

Read Not Dead - Sappho and Phao

Sappho is the virginal queen of Sicily, and the goddess Venus is not happy about her virginity. So she gives the beautiful local ferry-boy, Phao, an even more beautiful make-over and causes Sappho and Phao to fall in love...

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17/9/17

Rarely Played - The Elder Brother

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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17/9/17

Read Not Dead - The Elder Brother

Lewis and his neighbour Brisac try to match-make their children: Angelica and Eustace. But when Brisac's other son Charles meets Angelica, the two instantly fall in love. Things do not go quite the way their fathers had hoped...

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