In its third year, our Shakespeare and Race festival goes digital and continues to question how the preoccupations of Shakespeare’s time collide with our own as we all work towards a more equal world. This year’s events will be online and are filmed in our candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. #ShakeRace
Missed last weekend’s Shakespeare and Race festival?
— Shakespeare’s Globe (@The_Globe) August 23, 2020
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EVENTS HAVE PASSED
The Shakespeare and Race festival was originally conceived and curated by Professor Farah Karim-Cooper, the Globe’s Head of Higher Education and Research, in 2018. Kobna Holdbrook-Smith and Michelle Terry have joined Professor Farah to co-curate the 2020 digital festival.