Meet the Cast

Saturday 3 May

Friends of Shakespeare's Globe can meet the cast of the play following the matinee on this date.

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Venue, Dates, Tickets

Margate Theatre Royal, Margate
11-13 April
Book Tickets

Alnwick Playhouse, Northumberland
16 & 17 April
Book Tickets

Shakespeare's Globe, London
28 April- 3 May
Book Tickets

Shakespeare's Globe, London
14-19 May
Book Tickets

Brighton Festival, Brighton
22 - 25 May
Book Tickets

Parham House, Parham
27 & 28 May
Book Tickets

Worthing Theatres
30 & 31 May
Book Tickets

Old Wardour Castle, Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival
3-7 June
Book Tickets

Calderstones Mansion House
12-14 June
Book Tickets

The Chrichton, Dumfries
24-25 June
Book Tickets

Doddington Hall, Lincoln
28-29 June
Book Tickets

Art Carnuntum, Austria
5 & 6 July
Tickets on sale soon

Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex
15 July
Book Tickets

Norwich Cathedral, Norwich
17 & 18 July
Book Tickets

Hedingham Castle, Essex
19 & 20 July
Book Tickets

Newby Hall, Ripon
23 & 24 July
Book Tickets

HamletScenen, Denmark
1-4 August
Book Tickets

Kilkenny Arts Fesival, Ireland
8-17 August
Book Tickets

More venues to be announced shortly

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Shakespeare's Globe

Much Ado About Nothing

By William Shakespeare

From 28 April 2014

Performed at the Globe and touring on a small-scale, Elizabethan-style stage.

Tickets
£5 standing
£15 - £38 seats 

Creatives

Directed by
Max Webster

Designed by
James Cotterill

Cast 

Simon Bubb
Benedick

Jim Kitson
Don Pedro

Gemma Lawrence
Hero/Conrade

Emma Pallant
Beatrice/Verges

Sam Phillips
Claudio

Robert Pickavance
Leonato/Ursula

Joy Richardson
Margaret/Borachio/Friar Francis

Chris Starkie
Don John/Dogberry  

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Claudio loves Hero and Hero Claudio and nothing seems capable of keeping them apart. Claudio’s friend Benedick loves Beatrice and Beatrice Benedick, but (because neither will admit it) nothing seems capable of bringing them together. Only the intrigues of a resentful prince force Benedick to prove his love for Beatrice – by killing his best friend.

Driven along by a romance all the more charming for being in denial, Much Ado About Nothing is a miracle of comic and dramatic suspense and gives us, in the bantering Beatrice and Benedick, one of Shakespeare’s wittiest, most lovable pair of lovers.

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Actor Interviews

Listen to interviews with Emma Pallant (Beatrice) and Simon Bubb (Benedick).

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