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TIME:

7.00pm

VENUE:

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare's Globe

TICKETS:

£15 General 
£10 FoSG/Students

BOOKING:

Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7401 9919 

Online: 
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In Person:
Monday - Saturday
10.00am - 5.00pm

Sunday
10.00am - 4.00pm

Shakespeare's Globe,
21 New Globe Walk,
Bankside,
London SE1 9DT

 

Please note, late comers may not be admitted.

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SHAKESPEARE at 450

Four former Sam Wanamaker Fellows have been invited back to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse to present their own perspectives on Shakespeare on the page and in performance in his 450th anniversary year. 

 

Professor Lisa Jardine (University College London)

Thursday 18 September

Lisa Jardine is Professor of Renaissance Studies at University College and Director of the Centre for Humanities Interdisciplinary Research Projects. 

Her books include Still Harping on Daughters: Women and Drama in the Age of Shakespeare, Reading Shakespeare Historically, Worldly Goods: A New History of the Renaissance and Global Interests: Renaissance Art Between East and West (with Jerry Brotton) and biographies of Erasmus, Christopher Wren, Francis Bacon and Robert Hooke.

 

Professor Stanley Wells (The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust)

Thursday 2 October

Stanley Wells is a Life Trustee and Former Chairman of The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Emeritus Professor of Shakespeare Studies of the University of Birmingham.

He is a Trustee of the Rose Theatre, and a former Trustee of Shakespeare’s Globe. He is co-editor of The Oxford Complete Works and General Editor of the Oxford Shakespeare.

His books include Re-Editing Shakespeare for the Modern Reader, Shakespeare: The Poet and his Plays, Shakespeare For All Time, Shakespeare & Co and Shakespeare Sex and Love.

 

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