An actor in a red cape sits on the floor surrounded by red petals

Globe On Tour 2022 West Horsley Place

 26 – 27 August West Horsley Place

T his Summer, we’re bringing our startlingly relevant new production of Shakespeare’s epic tragedy Julius Caesar to West Horsley Place, as part of our nationwide Globe on Tour series.

Conspiracy to kill, public broadcast of cunning rhetoric, a divisive fight for Greatness. Ancient Rome has never felt closer to home.

When Cassius and Brutus decide Rome’s leader Julius Caesar poses a political threat to their beloved country, there’s only one solution.

Diane Page, winner of the 2021 JMK Award, directs Shakespeare’s brutal tale of ambition, incursion, and revolution.

‘Th’ abuse of greatness is when it disjoins
Remorse from power.’

– Act II, scene 1

This production features depictions of war, self-harm and suicide. It also contains violence, stage blood and weapons including guns and knives.


£20 Standard
£10 Concession

This event is on-site at West Horsley Place

Running time approximately 2 hours and 50 minutes

Content guidance depictions of war, self-harm and suicide, contains violence, stage blood and weapons including guns and knives

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Part of Summer 2022

Lead photography by Kate Bones

Venue Information

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Seating Information

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Access Information

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Introducing the Julius Caesar cast & creatives


Where are performances taking place?

What is your weather policy? 

Please note: The production will go ahead in all but the most extreme weather conditions (where it is deemed to be unsafe for the production to continue). 

As weather conditions can change, and forecasts can be inaccurate, the decision will be taken as soon as possible, but often only 30 to 45 minutes before the start of the show as we’ll do everything possible to ensure the performance goes ahead. 

We ask that everyone comes prepared for all weather conditions. Refunds will only be offered if a show is cancelled. 

Performances by Globe on tour will only be cancelled as a last resort if the weather means it’s unsafe for the actors to perform.  

How do customers get to your venue? 

Public Transport 

Trains: Horsley station is a mile away with frequent trains from Waterloo, Vauxhall, Clapham Junction (45 mins). Woking station is 8 miles away (London 25 mins; 8 trains/hour). 

Bus: the 479 bus runs hourly between Guildford and Leatherhead. Nearest stop: East Horsley Duke of Wellington. Timetable here 

Walking: We are a 20 minute walk from Horsley Station. Route here 

West Horsley Place is on the A246 between Guildford and Leatherhead. A 10 minute drive from the M25. 

Is there a car park available to attendees? What is the cost? 

There is free car parking 

What toilet facilities are available at the venue?  

There are indoor toilet facilities including an accessible toilet. 

Are customers allowed to bring their own food and drink to the venue? 

Customers are welcome to bring a picnic/their own food and drink

Are there restrictions on bags/personal belongings to be brought to the venue? 


Is there a cloakroom? What is the cost? 


What are your Covid protocols currently?  

The health and safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers remains our top priority. We ask that everyone visiting West Horsley Place please familiarise themselves with the latest government advice and follow these measures:

  • Please read the public health messaging displayed at West Horsley Place. 
  • Wash hands more frequently for at least 20 seconds. 
  • Please follow guidance from West Horsley Place staff and volunteer stewards. 
  • Wearing of masks and social-distancing may be required inside (dependent on government guidelines) 

Please note: If you are feeling unwell or experiencing symptoms associated with Coronavirus (Covid-19) you will not be permitted entry to West Horsley Place. 


Is the performance general admission or reserved seating? 

General Admission / Reserved Seating 

What kind of seating?  

Seats / Picnic Blankets / Standing only  – provide details and capacities if multiple sections 


Is the venue wheelchair accessible? 


Are there any specific requirements/information for wheelchair users?  

Our car park is a 3 minute walk from the manor house and gardens. Guests who have restricted mobility may be dropped off in front of the manor house. West Horsley Place has a gravel carriage sweep. Wheelchair users should be dropped off at the point of the carriage sweep closest to the Garden gate and box office kiosk, which will be clearly visible.  

Access through the gardens is step free and to the lavatories is step free, though the route is across grass. Please advise West Horsley Place if you are a wheelchair user before the event’s date. A raised area of the garden has been reserved for wheelchair users to ensure a great view of the stage.  

As the play takes place in the garden, ground conditions are uneven.  

Is the venue accessible for those with reduced mobility? (i.e. need level access / easy transfer from vehicle to seat ) 


Are there any specific requirements/information for patrons with reduced mobility? 

As above 

Are there accessible toilets available close to the performance space? 

The route to the toilets is step free, though across grass. The toilets are around 100 metres from the performance area 

Are there any accessible performances as part of the run at your venue? 

All performances will be relaxed.  


Globe On Tour: Julius Caesar 2022

West Horsley Place