Peace One Day FAQs
Saturday 21 September 2019
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Twenty years after it was launched here, Peace One Day will be returning to the Globe on Peace Day, Saturday 21 September 2019, for a day of celebrations which will culminate in a one-off concert on the Globe stage featuring internationally renowned musicians.
Throughout the day, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse will also host discussions tackling issues including Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence and Cyber Violence followed by Words of Peace, a special performance where a handful of the world’s leading actors will read history’s finest speeches on peace.
Sir Mark Rylance will lead the celebrations on the day, and will be joined by Peace One Day’s founder, Jeremy Gilley, Peace One Day Ambassadors, actors Jude Law and Juliet Rylance, international music artists, and key peace advocates including: Ahmad Fawzi, the United Nations Strategic Communication Expert; Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC, Commonwealth Secretary-General; Dr Scilla Elworthy, founder of the Oxford Research Group and Peace Direct; Pastor Dr James Wuye, and Imam Dr Muhammad Ashafa.
The evening celebration in the Globe Theatre will include performances by Emeli Sandé, Basement Jaxx and Will Young with more artists to be announced. There will also be a special performance choreographed by Emmy-nominated choreographer Jamie Neale with dancers from Jasmin Vardimon Company and Hofesh Shechter Company.
All events throughout the day (including the evening concert) will be live-streamed – details of how to watch will be made available nearer the time.
A limited number of tickets will be available for the concert in the Globe Theatre with standing tickets priced at £40 and seated tickets priced between £45 and £150. Tickets will go on sale on Monday 12 August at 10.00am via the Shakespeare’s Globe website and the Shakespeare’s Globe Box Office.
A very limited number of £5 tickets will also be available to Southwark residents in person only from Saturday 10 August, 10.00am.
Due to expected high demand, there is a limit of 2 tickets per purchaser.
Official tickets are only available via the Shakespeare’s Globe Box Office and the Shakespeare’s Globe website. Tickets purchased via any other method (including re-sale websites or third parties) are not valid and we reserve the right to refuse admission to customers who have purchased tickets via these methods. In these circumstances, refunds will not be given.
Southwark residents can purchase £5 tickets for the concert in the Globe Theatre from Saturday 10 August, 10.00am. Tickets will only be available to purchase in person at the Shakespeare’s Globe Box Office and proof of address (e.g. a utility bill, bank statement, payslip or driving license) will be required at the point of purchase.
These tickets will be limited to 2 per Southwark resident and will be sold on a first come, first served basis from 10.00am.
Tickets purchased will not be issued until the date of the event when they can be collected from the Shakespeare’s Globe Box office. Purchasers will need to present the card they used for payment and valid photo ID when collecting their tickets.
The Peace One Day Concert is a concert of celebration and open to all. Under 16yrs must be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets can only be purchased by customers who are 16 years old or over.
All tickets will be held at the Shakespeare’s Globe Box Office for collection on the day of the concert (Saturday 21 September). No tickets will be issued before this date.
Tickets can only be collected by the purchaser with the card used for payment, valid photo ID (e.g. passport or driving license) and your email confirmation. Tickets will not be issued without these pieces of identification.
No tickets will be reissued if lost or damaged once collected.
We recommend you check the expiry date of your credit card prior to purchase and to use where possible a card which will be valid until the end of September 2019.
If that is not possible, please contact the Box Office on 0207 401 9919 with details of your new card.
If the card number on your reissued card differs from the one you originally used to purchase your tickets, you will need to contact the Box Office on 0207 401 9919 in advance of the concert in order that they can add your new card number to your booking.
Peace One Day tickets are non-refundable. We can, however, resell your tickets minus a £2 resale fee per ticket. Please contact the box office on 0207 401 9919 if you are no longer able to attend.
If you are no longer able to attend, you can transfer your tickets to a friend or family member. To do this, please contact the Box Office on 0207 401 9919.
Please note, tickets may not be resold except via the Shakespeare’s Globe Box Office. Any tickets found to be resold via other methods will become null and void and no refund will be issued.
If you have not received your email confirmation, or cannot find it, please contact the Shakespeare’s Globe Box Office on 0207 401 9919 as soon as possible for assistance.
A cloakroom is available for patrons attending performances in the Globe Theatre with a charge of £2.00 per item. The cloakroom opens 30 minutes before the start of a performance and closes 15 minutes following the end of a performance. Please note that the maximum permitted bag size is 40cm x 35cm x 19cm (the equivalent of a large handbag or a laptop bag). Bag searches will be in operation.