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TEACHING RESOURCES.

Explore our range of engaging teaching resources for all ages and levels

Whether you’re teaching remotely, working from home with your children, or teaching in school, you’ll find a range of inspiring resources from Shakespeare’s Globe.

Options to support you include a dedicated teaching website, resources from previous productions, a 360° virtual tour of the Globe Theatre, productions to stream in your classroom and textbooks for classroom study, the details of all of which are listed below.

Our resources are here to help you at this time when we have all had to adapt the way we teach Shakespeare. Also, don’t forget to sign up to our learning resources mailing list.

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Romeo and Juliet (2019)

Our 90 minute production of Romeo and Juliet created especially for young people will be available to watch online for free, until 31 March 2021. There is an audio described version and a free online learning resources area to access online too.

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Macbeth (2020)

Our 2020 production of Macbeth is now being streamed as a video exclusively for teachers – it is available to watch until 23 July 2021. To get access, fill out the form and you will be sent a private link for you and your students.

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