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Doctor Scroggy's War (2014)

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Playwright: Howard Brenton
Directed by: John Dove

Hilarious and moving, Doctor Scroggy’s War gives a sideways look at the First World War a hundred years after its onset.

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Edward II (2003)

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Playwright: Christopher Marlowe
Directed by: Timothy Walker

Can Edward II live up to the legacy of his father, who conquered Wales and waged a war to annex Scotland?

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Farinelli and the King (2015)

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Playwright: Claire van Kampen
Directed by: John Dove

Spain, 1737. King Philippe V lies awake. The Queen, desperate to relieve her husband of his depression, begs the castrato to sing to the king. Philippe is healed, held captive by Farinelli’s voice – but so is Farinelli…

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Farinelli and the King (2015)

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Playwright: Claire van Kampen
Directed by: John Dove

Depressed and plagued by insomnia, King Philippe V of Spain lies awake in his chamber. The Queen, desperate to find a cure, hears of Farinelli - a castrato with a voice so divine it has the power to captivate all who hear it. But will his extraordinary talent prove to be a curse rather than a blessing?

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Four Seasons (2018)

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Playwright: Max Richter
Directed by: Finn Caldwell & Toby Olié (for Gyre & Gimble)

Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons comes to thrilling, theatrical life in an exhilarating show combining Gyre & Gimble’s master puppeteers with a sextet of London’s finest musicians.

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Gabriel (2013)

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Playwright: Samuel Adamson
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

Playwright Samuel Adamson brings a teeming world of intersecting narratives to the Globe stage with real & imagined characters. Alison Balsom, one of the world’s finest trumpeters brings this world to life with the music of Purcell and Handel.

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Globe Player (2017)

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Hamlet (2011)

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Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

Encompassing political intrigue and sexual obsession, philosophical reflection and violent action, tragic depth and wild humour, Hamlet is Shakespeare’s ‘poem unlimited’.

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