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The Taming of the Shrew (2016)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Caroline Byrne

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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A Midsummer Night's Dream (2016)

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Directed by: Emma Rice

Fusing music, dance and some serious comedy, Emma Rice’s first production as Artistic Director brings the Dream crashing into the Globe’s magical setting. Naughty, tender, transgressive and surprising, it promises to be a festival of theatre. Let the joy begin!

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Playing Shakespeare: Twelfth Night (2016)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Bill Buckhurst

Twelfth Night was performed as part of the 2016 Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank project.

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The Tempest (2016)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

Inspired by English colonial adventures and brilliantly conjuring up a magic and supernatural world, The Tempest is Shakespeare’s late masterpiece of forgiveness, generosity and enlightenment.

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The Winter's Tale (2016)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Michael Longhurst

Keeping the human and divine in exquisite balance, The Winter’s Tale combines the exotic and magical with the realistic psychology of the tragedies.

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Hamlet (2016)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole & Bill Buckhurst

A two-year worldwide tour of our pared-down, small-scale Hamlet, which played in 197 countries.

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Pericles (2016)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

Imbued with music, miracle and the constant presence of the sea, the spirit of fairy tale is never far from the surface of Pericles, the first of Shakespeare’s late romances.

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Cymbeline (2015)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Sam Yates

Strange, erotic, moving and politically charged, Cymbeline is perhaps the most psychologically acute of Shakespeare’s great late romantic quartet.

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