Summer 2022

Immerse yourself in live theatre from wherever you are in the world as our magnificent wooden ‘O’ plays host to the past and present, the personal and political, to pomp and to passion.

Lend your voice to ground-breaking conversations as our world-leading Higher Education programmes and Research enquiries continue apace, including our rigorous efforts towards decolonising the early modern curriculum.

Get your school or the whole family involved with playful, educational and interactive workshops, courses and events, including our first ever full-scale production for families in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

However you join us this year – in person, online, at home, or in the classroom – Shakespeare’s Globe promises to guide you through these uncertain times with purpose, strength and hope.

Summer 2022 at Shakespeare’s Globe. It’s going to be epic.

SUMMER 2022 AUDIO BROCHURE

TRAILER

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PRODUCTIONS

Book 3 productions and get 30% off.*

*Applies to all productions in the Globe Theatre (excluding Macbeth). Valid on £62 and £55 tickets. Tickets must be booked by 23 April.

GLOBE ON TOUR

TELLING TALES

ANTI-RACIST SHAKESPEARE

SHAKESPEARE & POLAND

RESEARCH IN ACTION

SUMMER SCHOOL

OTHER EVENTS

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Anti-Racist Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing

At Home
In this webinar, theatre artists and scholars discuss race and social justice in Much Ado About Nothing.