Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank
Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank is our flagship project for secondary and A-level students. Created for young people and designed to support the teaching of English in the National Curriculum, the acclaimed series delivers thrilling 100-minute fully-staged versions of Shakespeare’s plays.
The next production will be Twelfth Night, with performances taking place from 25 February to 18 March 2016.
Tickets will be available to book in September 2015.
A comedy about unrequited love, mistaken identity, the importance of status and the risks of a desire for upward social mobility, this is a show that is certain to leave students and adults alike buzzing with the thrill of live theatre.
The staged production will be supported by workshops for students, continuing professional development opportunities for teachers and innovative online resources.
Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank is an ideal platform for experiencing Shakespeare in performance for the first time. The project is supported by Deutsche Bank as part of Born to Be, its youth engagement programme which is committed to helping young people to reach their potential.
To see a production in the Globe Theatre 2015 season, please click here.