Shakespeare's Globe

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Exhibition

Explore the life of Shakespeare and the London where he lived.

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Globe Theatre Tours

Take a guided tour of the Globe Theatre. Admission includes entry to the Exhibition.

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Bankside Tours

Every 30 minutes. Take a guided walking tour of Bankside. Admission includes entry to the Exhibition.

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How do we find stories?

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Multi-award-winning David Almond writes novels, short stories, picture books, poems and plays.

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Family Workshop (4–8yrs)

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Explore Shakespeare’s characters and stories as a family in these exciting one hour workshops, suitable for 4–8yrs.

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Mr William Shakespeare's Plays

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Join Marcia Williams as she brings one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, to life in this fun and interactive event bursting with action, adventure and comedy.

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The Taming of the Shrew

Losing none of its power to provoke and sometimes outrage, Shakespeare’s controversial double-act gets a thoroughly fresh, fast and distinctly Irish makeover.

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Storytelling - Macbeth

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Introduce your children to Macbeth as a family in these exciting one hour workshops.

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Shakespearean Story Madness

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Join award winning blind storyteller, Giles Abbott for a riotous story making workshop especially created for VI children.

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The Last Wild

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Meet Piers Torday, the award-winning author of The Last Wild trilogy.

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Family Workshop (9–12yrs)

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Explore Shakespeare’s characters and stories as a family in these exciting one hour workshops, suitable for 9–12yrs.

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Shakespeare Untold: Titus Andonicus

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. The Pie Maker's Tale is a gore-tastic yarn of generals, wicked queen, murder… and quite possibly the worst pies in Ancient Rome…

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In conversation with Judith Kerr

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Judith Kerr talks about her life and work, and in particular her latest book Mister Cleghorn’s Seal, which was inspired by a true story about her father Alfred Kerr.

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Re-imagining Shakespeare

Part of Shakespeare's Telling Tales, our Family Literary Festival. Award-winning author Malorie Blackman talks about the reworkings of Romeo & Juliet and Othello into Noughts & Crosses and Chasing The Stars.

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The Taming of the Shrew

Losing none of its power to provoke and sometimes outrage, Shakespeare’s controversial double-act gets a thoroughly fresh, fast and distinctly Irish makeover.

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The Two Gentlemen of Verona at Old Schools Quadrangle, Bodleian Library, Oxford

Shakespeare's Globe on Tour presents The Two Gentlemen of Verona - a riotous new touring production led by a joyful ensemble of players who will delight with songs, romance and chaos, and hurl Shakespeare’s anarchic comedy into the 21st century.

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