Winter 2021/22

19 November 2021 – 9 April 2022

As we slowly emerge from a period of deep change and challenge, Winter 2021/22 at Shakespeare’s Globe continues our endeavour to bring us together in a shared exploration of who we are, why we are and what on earth we can do about it.

From three thrilling productions of some of Shakespeare’s most thought-provoking plays, to a new family-friendly Christmas show and a packed programme of Half Term events for young people and their grownups, we’re exploring big questions with plenty of heart, lots of humour and heaps of humanity.

Winter 2021/22 at the Globe

A candelabra with 12 beeswax taper candles is lit, hanging low over the thrust stage of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Watch video



Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Globe Theatre


Hello world, we’re coming to you live from Shakespeare’s Globe!

Throughout Winter 2021/22, we’ll be live streaming performances of Measure for Measure, Hamlet and The Merchant of Venice on select dates straight to you at home, to ensure that while travel restrictions continue we are still able to bring our work to everyone, no matter where you are in the world.

Ticket prices start at just £5 per household with an option to donate on top. Popcorn, slippers and pyjamas also optional.



The words in conversation are displayed above a black and white image of a theatre gallery


In Conversation invites you to go deeper into Shakespeare’s works and discover more about his plays’ history, context, politics and power.

These pre-recorded conversations are a platform for thinkers, writers and artists to share their knowledge about Shakespeare’s works. Discussions available for Measure for Measure, Hamlet and The Merchant of Venice.

A pink and grey image reads the words behind closed doors


A series of mini documentaries looking at how each play in the season can help us explore the social, political and cultural issues of our modern world.

These digital discussion events are designed to enable in-depth conversations about the plays in our season. They give you access to conversations that may not normally be available by simply watching the play or reading programme notes.