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  • Romeo and Juliet

    Apr 14 - Jul 12, 2020

  • Twelfth Night

    May 15 - Oct 3, 2020

  • Anthony and Cleopatra

    Jul 18 - Aug 29, 2020

  • Metamorphoses

    Oct 3, 2020

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Romeo and Juliet

April 14 - July 12, 2020

A must-see for Bard fans, the most iconic of Shakespeare's romantic tragedies returns to the Tudor-esque Globe Theatre during Olivier Award-winning theatremaker Michelle Terry's second season at the iconic venue. The story of Verona's two-star-crossed lovers and their untimely demise is well known and well-loved, but this dynamic new production spins the tragic tale on its head.

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Twelfth Night

May 15 - October 3, 2020

From tropical shipwrecks to yellow stockings, Twelfth Night is one of Shakespeare's battiest and most memorable comedies and a season at the Globe is rarely complete without an outing. A perfect introduction to The Bard for newcomers, it contains some of his classic devices, including cross-dressing, confused lovers, zany servants and merry song leading to a highly pleasing finale.

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Anthony and Cleopatra

July 18 - August 29, 2020

The Globe's artistic director joins ensemble members Federay Holmes and Nadia Nadarajah on stage during a radical retelling of Shakespeare's ancient epic romance Anthony and Cleopatra. Billed as a raucous reimagining, the Bard's immortal poetic experiment with love and power still holds much significance today. Love, duty, power, fake news and the truth collide for just over one month at the iconic, in-the-round London venue.

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Metamorphoses

October 3, 2020

Michelle Terry continues her groundbreaking tenure at the Globe Theatre with a hotly anticipated production of Ovid's Metamorphoses. Forming part of the Summer 2020 at the Globe season programming, the new staging of the poem sees resident writers Sami Ibrahami, Laura Lomas and Sabrina Mahfouz, and directors Sean Holmes and Holly Race Roughan, employ a 400-year-old method to inform the work, writing to fit it not only to the architecture of the iconic venue but to the 12-member ensemble as well - replicating just what the Bard would have done in his day.

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