RESEARCH EVENTS.

 This summer 2023

Our ongoing Research Events series returns for Summer 2023 with three new events that give audiences the chance to be part of the Globe’s exploration of early modern and contemporary performance culture.

FELLOWSHIP LECTURE

RESEARCH IN ACTION

STUDY DAYS

ALL EVENTS

An engraving of a picture of a man with text that reads " Folio 400: Sam Wanamaker Fellowship Lecture"

Folio 400: Sam Wanamaker Fellowship Lecture

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Professor Emma Smith shares her funny and insightful Sam Wanamaker Fellowship Lecture exploring why we should care about Shakespeare's First Folio.
Illustration of an F with text over that reads " Research in Action Framing the Play"

Research in Action: Framing the Play

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
An interactive and insightful exploration of how playbills, prologues and performance paraphernalia affect an audience’s reception of plays.

Research in Action: Play On Shakespeare

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
A look at the relevance and resonances between Shakespeare’s plays and their contemporary interpretations. In partnership with Play On Shakespeare.
A close up of a smirking woman against a blue backdrop. She is covered in dirt and foliage and has insects flying around her unruly hair.

A Midsummer Night's Dream: Study Day

Bankside
Delve deeper into our 2023 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream and enjoy an afternoon of talks and discussions with expert academics, including a Q&A with members of the acting company.
A smiling model with long black hair and a fake mustache lies on the ground among foliage and mushrooms.

As You Like It: Study Day

Bankside
Gain a unique perspective on our 2023 production of As You Like It in an afternoon of talks and discussions with expert academics, including a Q&A with members of the acting company.
A young boy wearing a gold crown crouches barefoot on a tree stump. He is surrounded by barren land and many other tree stumps.

Macbeth: Study Day

Bankside
Explore Macbeth's bloody rise to the throne in our 2023 production with an afternoon of talks and discussions with expert academics, including a Q&A with members of the acting company.
The torso of a man in Elizabethan dress appears from a hole in a blue backdrop with clouds. His legs also appear from the ground.

The Comedy of Errors: Study Day

Bankside
Discover more about our 2023 production of The Comedy of Errors and enjoy an afternoon of talks and discussions with expert academics, including a Q&A with members of the acting company.