We work with higher education institutions to provide sessions for both university and drama school students. There are options for learning both online and in person here at Shakespeare’s Globe.
All of our teaching and conservatory training is informed by years of performance and research in the unique spaces of the Globe Theatre and the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
We encourage students to explore the relationship between the audience, actor and architecture, and think about how this impacts on our understanding of Shakespeare’s texts.
Get in touch via our online form to register your interest with any of our higher education programmes explored below.
‘This course guided me to where I would do my best work, always striving for excellence, precision, clarity and passion.’
– BFA Acting Student
‘This experience has educated me on Shakespeare, transformed my performance style, and intellectually stimulated me to pursue Shakespeare in the future.’
– BA Acting Student
‘This course was an incredible experience that immersed in both the historical world of Shakespeare and the modern art of theatre.’
– BA English Student
HIGHER EDUCATION ONLINE
Bring Shakespeare’s Globe into your university or drama school with our multi-modal package of high quality resources.
Work with our team to curate live sessions, delivered by our scholars, faculty and artists, and select pre-recorded videos to integrate within your existing modules.
HIGHER EDUCATION AT SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE
University and drama school students can study at Shakespeare’s Globe in London for anything from a day to an entire semester.
Although we will not be delivering any courses here until we can safely open our doors, we are open for enquiries about future onsite bookings.
MA IN SHAKESPEARE STUDIES
This unique collaboration between Shakespeare’s Globe and King’s College London offers a truly unparalleled experience for students of Shakespeare.
The course grants you unprecedented access to the learning laboratories of both the Globe Theatre and the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.