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As You Like It

  • 2018/Summer/AsYouLikeIt

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Sunday 10 June, 1.00pm 
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Sunday 19 August, 1.00pm
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Tuesday 3 July, 7.30pm
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Sunday 22 July, 1.00pm
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Interpreter: Taz Hockaday
Sunday 1 July, 1.00pm
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Thursday 19 July 7:30pm
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‘Spreads the kind of joy that only the Globe, with its matchless sense of inclusiveness, can generate

4 Stars

‘The casting is revolutionary […] this works, rather brilliantly’
The Times

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‘The sense of an arena slowly filling up with words is mesmerising’
The Observer

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‘Buoyant and embracive’
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‘The sheer charm of it all is beguiling’

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2 May – 26 August 2018

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TicketsYard (standing) £5 | Gallery (seated) from £22. Under 18s – £3 off all seats in the Globe Theatre Running timeApprox. 2 hours 45 minutes including an interval

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Presented by
The Globe Ensemble:

Catrin Aaron

Yarit Dor
Fight Director

James Garnon

Federay Holmes

Colin Hurley

Bettrys Jones

Richard Katz

Jack Laskey

James Maloney

Nadia Nadarajah

Ellan Parry

Pearce Quigley

Shubham Saraf

Helen Schlesinger
Duke Frederick

Michelle Terry

Elle While

Siân Williams

Tanika Yearwood

Find out who they are playing in Hamlet...

Please note: this production has now closed.

‘ …tongues in trees, books in the running brooks,
Sermons in stones, and good in everything.’
Act II, scene 1



Rosalind, the daughter of an unjustly exiled duke, falls in love with the wronged Orlando, a courtier deprived of his birthright by his brother – but her usurping uncle, jealous of her popularity, banishes her from court. Disguised as a boy and accompanied by her cousin Celia, she seeks out her father and his friends in the Forest of Arden.

There she meets Orlando again and, under the guise of a young man, counsels him in the art of love. A firm favourite among Shakespeare’s comedies, and featuring some of his best-loved characters, As You Like It runs the glorious gamut of pastoral romance: cross-dressing and brilliant conversation, gentle satire, forgiveness and reparation.

In Rehearsal

Interview with Nadia Nadarajah


‘As Shakespeare’s Globe comes of age and reaches its twenty-first year, it seemed appropriate to start the 2018 summer season with the question ‘Who’s there?’ The opening words of Hamlet will be the first of many questions asked to our audiences and ourselves as we look to the future and the next twenty years of Globe seasons.

Playing alongside Hamlet will be As You Like It. Both written around 1599, the year the original Globe was built, these plays speak to each other in surprising and exciting ways. An ensemble of artists will explore these well-thumbed and popular plays in parallel, as if for the first time, and will put the story and the storyteller at the heart of this exploration.’ 

Michelle Terry, Artistic Director

Two-show days

Discover these sibling plays with our specially programmed two-show days, when the ensemble will perform both consecutively:
May: Wednesday 9, Saturday 12, Thursday 17, Saturday 19, Sunday 27
June: Sunday 3, Sunday 10, Wednesday 13, Friday 15, Sunday 24, Thursday 28
July: Sunday 1, Sunday 8, Tuesday 10, Saturday 14, Sunday 22, Sunday 29
August: Thursday 2, Sunday 12, Sunday 19, Sunday 26

Midnight matinee

This summer revel in the extraordinary, magical atmosphere of the Globe at night with our special midnight matinee performances. The Midnight Matinee performance of As You Like It will take place on Friday 15 June at 11.59pm.

Company Q&As

Theatre company members share their experiences of this season’s plays and answer your questions in these chaired Q&As 15 minutes after the matinees.

Nancy Knowles Lecture Theatre
£5 (£4 Members / Students)

Tuesday 10 July
with Colin Hurley and Pearce Quigley
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