SUMMER SCHOOLS FAQs
Applications for the 2020 Young Academics’ and Young Actors’ Summer Schools will open later in the year. Please email to register your interest in the meantime.
You will be informed no later than seven working days after submitting your application if you have been successful.
We accept payment by all major credit and debit cards over the phone. To make payment please call one of the Learning Projects Team. Alternatively, you can also pay via a bank transfer. All payment information will be given to you upon acceptance onto the programme. Please note that we cannot take cheques.
We currently do not provide accommodation for students who live outside of London. However, we can suggest some local hostels and hotels that are near to the Globe:
Ibis Styles London Southwark Rose (43-47 Southwark Bridge Rd, London SE1 9HH)
London Southwark Premier Inn Bankside (34 Park St, London SE1 9EF)
citizenM London Bankside (20 Lavington St, London, United Kingdom SE1 0NZ)
Holiday Inn Express London – Southwark (109 Southwark St, London SE1 0JQ)
Bankside House (24 Sumner Street, London, SE1 9JA)
High Holborn (178 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7AA)
Stamford Street B&B (127 Stamford St, London SE1 9NQ)
All participants must be 16 before they start the course.
Each summer school will be directed by one of our Globe Education Practitioners. Our practitioners are experienced actors, directors, writers or academics, who are specially trained in delivering work each year for our summer schools.
Young Actors’ Summer School
This course will develop the skills you need when approaching your classical texts for drama school auditions. You will take part in masterclasses with internationally renowned theatre practitioners, and develop your acting skills through working with an experienced director on selected scenes from Shakespeare’s plays in a creative and supportive environment. You will then share your scenes at the end of the week on one of the Globe stages.
Young Academics’ Summer School
This is the perfect course if you are interested in deepening and enriching your understanding of Shakespeare and the unique spaces for which he wrote. It would be the ideal first step if you are looking to extend your interest and understanding of Elizabethan and Jacobean drama.
There is no need to send an audition video. To apply for our Young Actors’ Summer School course, we ask that you fill in an application form once applications are open.