Highed Education

HIGHER EDUCATION.

Discover courses and sessions on offer to Higher Education Institutions and students.

Examine the historical and current value of Shakespeare’s plays, the materials of theatre practice or the relationship between the actors and audience in Early Modern theatre, with Shakespeare scholars and expert theatre professionals.

Courses can vary from a single day to an entire semester. They are delivered by leading Shakespeare scholars and expert theatre professionals. Many of our students have the opportunity to work on the Globe stage and in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

Follow the links to find out more about our courses for Universities or Drama Schools and Conservatories and complete Higher Education Request Form or email Higher Education.

Drama Courses

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Each programme is grounded in the unique playing conditions of the Globe, enabling students to discover and develop key skills in their specialist area. Subjects studied include:

The architecture and performance capacities of the Globe Theatre and/or Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

The dynamic relationship between actor and audience in early modern theatre spaces

The historical conditions in which Shakespeare’s plays were produced

The materials of theatre practice past and present (such as clothing, cosmetics, props, and musical instruments)

Verse-speaking and movement and voice workshops

As well as working inside the Globe theatre, students have access to our Sackler Studios, and have the exciting opportunity to participate in our exploration of playing conditions in the Sam Wanamaker playhouse.

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University Courses

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We work closely with institutions to create Made to Measure courses to suit the learning outcomes of a particular group of students.

University courses can vary from a single day to an entire academic year in duration. Some recently created courses have examined:

The historical and contemporary meanings of Shakespeare’s plays

Language, performance space and the materials of theatre practice

The historical conditions in which Shakespeare’s plays were produced

The unique relationship between the actors and audience in early modern theatre spaces

Courses are taught by our specialist lecturers and practitioners, as well as by leading Shakespeare scholars and theatre professionals. You will have access to resources including our Sackler Studios, Library and Archives, and may even have the opportunity to work on the Globe and Sam Wanamaker Playhouse stages.

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Shakespeare Studies MA

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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 new Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

Our unique spaces provide you with an unrivalled contextual framework for advanced critical and textual study.

The focus on the early modern playhouse experience is illuminated by research led experiments with professional theatre artists.

World leading experts in the field deliver an unbeatable partnership giving you an incredible opportunity to discover Shakespeare in London

To learn more about the modules taught at the Globe.

Or for full course information and to apply, visit the King’s College London website.

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Create Your Own Course

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Develop your own unique learning experience, delivered by leading Shakespeare scholars and expert theatre professionals.

For further information about drama school courses, or to discuss creating your own bespoke course please email us, or telephone 020 7902 1464.

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Higher Education Course Request Form