Monday 25 April - Sunday 23 October
£25 - £62 Seated, £5 Standing
The Globe, 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, London, SE1 9DT
Step inside London’s iconic open-air Globe Theatre and experience a summer of epic live theatre including the ★★★★ ‘absurdly funny, smart and stylish’ (Evening Standard) Much Ado About Nothing, a startlingly relevant production of Julius Caesar and a bold new perspective on Henry VIII.
Much Ado About Nothing: Shakespeare’s much-loved comedy of games, pranks and mischievous plots ‘fills the Globe with joyful life (Time Out) in this ‘tremendous, bewitching [and] stylishly summery’ ★★★★ (The Times) production.
Henry VIII: Re-think the Tudor story you think you know of a king who redefined religion, law and history in his desperate pursuit of a male heir with a fresh perspective on Shakespeare and Fletcher’s rarely performed play.
Julius Caesar: Ancient Rome has never felt closer to home as we confront our current political landscape in a startlingly relevant new production of Shakespeare’s epic tragedy about ambition, incursion and revolution.