Shakespeare's Globe

Romeo and Juliet

Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank

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Various dates and times,
Thursday 28 February – Saturday 23 March 2019

Globe Theatre

Tickets Running time
TicketsYard (standing) £5 | Gallery (seated) £10 – £15 Running timeApprox. 90 minutes (no interval)
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William Shakespeare 

The Company 

Friar Laurence / Lord Montague 
Jeff Alexander

Charlotte Beaumont

Lord Capulet Debbie Chazen Nurse / Lady Montague 

Stuart Bowman 

Paris / Prince Escalus / Abraham
Christopher Chung

Mercutio / Sampson / Friar John
Ned Derrington

Lady Capulet
Hermione Gulliford

Shalisha James-Davis

Tybalt / Apothecary
Ayoola Smart 

Nathan Welsh

Tenor Trombone
Hilary Belsey 

Trumpet / Saxes
Sarah Field

Musical Director /Bass Trombone /Euphonium /Percussion
Richard Henry

Sign Language Interpreter
Becky Barry  

Fight Director
Alison de Burgh 

Assistant Costume Supervisor 
Dolly Hurran

Olly Fox

Paul Isles 

Alex Lowde 

Globe Associate – Movement
Glynn MacDonald

Michael Oakley

Costume Supervisor
Jemima Penny

Assistant Director
Natasha Rickman 

Deputy Text Associate
Christine Schmidle Deputy

Salvatore Sorce


Family Performances

Thursday 28 February, 7.00pm
Saturday 2 March, 6.00pm
Thursday 7 March, 7.00pm
Saturday 9 March, 6.00pm
Saturday 16 March, 2.00pm & 6.00pm
Thursday 21 March, 7.00pm
Saturday 23 March, 2.00pm [Captioned Performance & BSL Performance] & 6.00pm


Packed with love, family feuds and a dose of comedy, Romeo and Juliet is a full-scale, fast-paced 90 minute performance in the Globe Theatre designed to introduce students and families to Shakespeare.


The Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank project transforms the way young people view Shakespeare’s plays.

To enquire about our Relaxed Performances please contact: [email protected]

Thanks to the support of Deutsche Bank tickets are available for these family performances at a subsidised rate. 

Find out more about Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank →

‘This is the 13th year of this hugely successful project which each year provides 20,000 young people in London and Birmingham state schools with their first opportunity to see a play at the Globe for free. The project also provides countless families the opportunity to experience a performance at the Globe together at subsidised rates.’ 
Georghia Ellinas
Head of Learning, Education Department (Shakespeare’s Globe)