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Everything you need to know to plan your visit to Shakespeare’s Globe

Shakespeare’s Globe is located on the bank of the River Thames, London (UK), in Bankside’s Cultural Quarter. Our address is 21 New Globe Walk, SE1 9DT.

Following the recent announcement from the UK Government about new lockdown measures in England, we are reviewing all on site and off site activities, and we will provide cancellation or postponement information as soon as possible. Many thanks for your patience at this time.

THINGS TO DO

TOP TIPS

Open-air

We are a roofless (open-air) theatre – tours and events go ahead in all conditions so dress for the weather! Blanket and cushion hire is currently unavailable so for those attending a screening or performance, you are welcome to bring your own.

COVID guidance

Different tours and events may follow different formats and have specific guidance at this time. Before visiting us, please make sure you read our safety measures page: both the general guidance and the information specific to your event-type.

Emails

Once you have pre-booked your ticket for any on-site activity, we will communicate with you via email to prepare you for your visit. If there is a change in UK Government guidelines which requires us to cancel an event, we will contact you to offer you a credit voucher or refund.

Photography

Photography and video recording is not permitted during workshops, performances or screenings. Video recording is not permitted on a guided tour and photography may be restricted at certain times.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

HELP SUPPORT OUR BELOVED THEATRE.

With so many of our activities still on hold, we need you more than ever to help secure our future.

Please donate any amount, small or large, or join our community as a Member.

DONATE      MEMBERSHIPS

ARCHIVE INFORMATION

At this time, when our buildings are still closed for performances, many of our website pages have been temporarily archived.

Use the following links if you’d like to find out previous performance information on: Access, Groups and Families.