Fact Sheets Fact Sheets

Cast interviews Cast interviews

Shakespeare's Globe

SEARCH



FILTER

Sort by: Most Recent | Alphabetical

King Lear (2008)

*
Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

Its tempestuous poetry shot through with touches of humour and moments of heart-rending simplicity, King Lear is one of the most far-reaching artistic explorations of the human condition.

more >

Playing Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing (2008)

*
Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Joanne Howarth

Much Ado About Nothing was performed to schools from all across London as part of the Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank project.

more >

We The People (2007)

*
Playwright: Eric Schlosser
Directed by: Charlotte Westenra

We The People forges a vivid drama from the events surrounding one of the most significant moments in world history.

more >

Holding Fire (2007)

*
Playwright: Jack Shepherd
Directed by: Mark Rosenblatt

Ranging from East End squalor to Nottingham mills, Jack Shepherd tells a picaresque tale of tavern assemblies and prize fights.

more >

Love's Labour's Lost (2007)

*
Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Dominic Dromgoole

A joyful banquet of language, groaning with puns, rhymes, bizarre syntax, grotesque coinages and parodies.

more >

Romeo & Juliet (2007)

*
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.

more >

The Merchant Of Venice (2007)

*
Playwright: William Shakespeare
Directed by: Rebecca Gatward

Shakespeare dramatises the competing claims of tolerance and intolerance, religion and civil society, justice and mercy, in some of his most electrifying scenes.

more >

In Extremis (2007)

*
Playwright: Howard Brenton
Directed by: John Dove

In Extremis explores the relationships between logic and religion, humanism and fundamentalism, faith and power.

more >