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Romeo & Juliet (2007)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Edward Dick

In summer 2007, for the first time in four hundred years, a small group of dedicated actors toured a Romeo & Juliet from the Globe theatre, performing in castles, gardens and parks across the UK.

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Romeo & Juliet (2009)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

With its wonderful combination of lyricism, suspense and dramatic changes of mood, Shakespeare’s heartbreaking tale is one of the greatest of all love stories.

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Romeo & Juliet (2008)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Elizabeth Freestone

In the summer of 2008, a small group of dedicated actors toured Romeo and Juliet from the Globe theatre, performing it in castles, gardens and parks across the UK.

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Romeo & Juliet (2012)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Gabriel Villela

Part of the 2012 Globe to Globe Festival.
Performed in Brazilian Portuguese by Grupo Galpao, from Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

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Storm (2005)

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Playwright: Peter Oswald
Directed by: Tim Carroll

Descending from the heavens to the mortal world the god of the weather raises a mighty storm.

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The Bible (2011)

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Playwright: King James I
Directed by: Jacqueline Somerville

A team of actors present these texts in full across twelve thrilling sessions, in a theatre which is constantly working to make Jacobean words become flesh.

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The Broken Heart (2015)

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Playwright: John Ford
Directed by: Caroline Steinbeis

Ford’s very modern fascination with psychology and mental extremes are found everywhere in this brilliantly nuanced story of an exalted love struggling to exist in a world of selfishness, jealousy and tawdry court politics.

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The Changeling (2015)

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Playwright: Thomas Middleton & William Rowley
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

Charged with Middleton’s ferocious dramatic irony, and leavened by Rowley’s wild comic sub-plot, nothing in English drama comes near to this tale of a liaison based on repulsion and fascination.

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