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08. Shakespeare's Globe – 5 July (Evening) - ISS2024

The Globe Theatre



Time travel to Shakespeare's time to watch one of his famous comedies, Much Ado about Nothing, in a replica of his original theatre.

It's a beautiful outdoor theatre and we will be in the standing space right in front of the stage. Even if you decide not to stay for the whole performance, it's worth coming along to experience some of it for yourself.

This 3-minute summary by the Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust is worth a watch as Shakepeare can be confusing at first with the unfamiliar names, language and custom....and to be honest many of his comedies rely on the characters getting very confused themselves!


To find out more about the Globe and Much Ado About Nothing:



Detailed Description

The Globe Theatre was a theatre in London associated with William Shakespeare. It was built in 1599 at Southwark, close to the south bank of the Thames, by Shakespeare's playing company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men. It was destroyed by fire on 29 June 1613 and so this a replica. 

The production this evening is Much Ado About Nothing,

Please book your free place!

Should you have any queries regarding this trip please email [email protected] .