Shakespeare's Globe (UK)

Shakespeare's Globe is an off-West End theatre based on the Southbank in London that primarily stages the work of William Shakespeare.
Founded by American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, Shakespeare’s Globe opened in 1997 and serves as a (slightly larger) replica of the original Globe Theatre (1599 to 1613) that was located a few hundred metres away.
It is an open air theatre that boasts a 360° auditorium and houses performances seasonally through the summer months.

Productions (41)

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Great
26 Reviews
Ends Aug 2024
London: Southwark

A world ensnared by ambition, deception, and charm awaits in Shakespeare's Richard III.

96
Must See!
2 Reviews
Ends Aug 2024
London: Southwark

Experience love's celebration this summer with a luxurious paradise of timeless comedy.

Unreviewed
Opens Jun 06
London: Southwark

Competition ensues to mold Katherina into a submissive wife, led by Petruchio.

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Unreviewed
Opens Jul 20
London: Bankside

Weird Sisters conjure a whimsical adventure in Shakespeare's magical world.

Score it Buy from £8
Unreviewed
Opens Aug 04
London: Southwark

Rome's ruled by men, Egypt by a queen. General Antony loves Cleopatra, disrupting order.

Score it Buy from £8
82
Great
19 Reviews
Opens Aug 21
London: Southwark

The Globe's production of Shakespeare's comedy about two pairs of twins and mistaken identities.

Score it Buy from £8
Unreviewed
Opens Sep 13
London: Southwark

Experience Edwardian seaside beauty pageants in Princess Essex, a new play by Anne Odeke, at the Globe this…

79
Good
44 Reviews
Closed
London: Bankside

Rachel Bagshaw directs this revival of John Webster’s Jacobean revenge tragedy. 

Unreviewed
Closed
London: Southwark

In 2024, Globe Theatre's 'Romeo and Juliet': youth passion amid escalating gang violence.

68
Average
4 Reviews
Closed
London: Bankside

Ola Ince's directorial debut at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse in Shakespeare's tragedy.

51
Average
37 Reviews
Closed
London: Southwark

Poet Laureate Simon Armitage's new adaptation of the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale.

84
Great
86 Reviews
Closed
London: Southwark

Ellen McDougall makes her directorial debut at the Globe in Shakespeare's tale of romance and redemption.