WITH DEUTSCHE BANK.
Our flagship project for secondary and post-16 further education students
27 FEBRUARY – 25 MARCH 2020 GLOBE THEATRE
Shakespeare’s Globe has taken the difficult but responsible decision to close our doors to the public until further notice, ceasing performances, education activities and tours.
As you can imagine, this has been one of the hardest decisions we have had to make, but a necessary one as we consider the safety and well-being of both the public, staff and volunteers.
We hope to open the doors to our wooden O as soon as possible – but in this unprecedented time for theatre, and as a charity that receives no annual government subsidy, we are in desperate need of donations to help us to continue to strive in the future.
We ask at this time of huge risk to our beloved theatre that you donate if you can. Any amount, large or small, will be hugely appreciated.
With love, solidarity and thanks to you all from the whole Globe family.
Ifwhen we meet again, why, we shall smile
Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank is Shakespeare’s Globe flagship project for schools in London and Birmingham, with 20,000 free tickets given to students for a full-scale Shakespeare production created specifically for young people.
Supported by Deutsche Bank as part of Born to Be, its youth engagement programme which is committed to helping young people to reach their full potential.
Email the Learning Projects team at Shakespeare’s Globe to find out more.
EXPLORE OUR WEBSITE FOR TEACHERS & STUDENTS
The Macbeth 2020 project website provides a range of engaging classroom activities that reflect the National Curriculum for English and the Assessment Objectives for GCSE and A-Level English Literature. It also gives you a chance to glimpse behind the scenes and see how the director and the cast create the world of the play.
Watch our introduction to Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank
TICKETS - SOLD OUT
Choose your school or group to sign up for news about next year’s production
FREE TEACHING RESOURCES FOR THE CLASSROOM
Below you’ll find a collection of free online resources, aimed to support the study of Shakespeare in schools.
These include a variety of creative ways to engage with language, character, themes and performance, which aim to provide students with unique opportunities to interact and engage with Shakespeare.