Twelfth Night (Globe Theatre) 2021
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Twelfth Night (Globe Theatre) 2021

Twelfth Night (Globe Theatre) 2021 London Reviews and Tickets

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Funny, Confusing, Absorbing, Clever, Entertaining

The Globe presents Shakespeare's comedy about disguise, love and courtship.

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423 Reviews | 79 Followers
Entertaining, Funny

See it if you can.

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Funny, Epic, Confusing, Clever, Absorbing

See it if you want to wet yourself laughing

Don't see it if you aren't in the mood for a comedy

Critic Reviews (9)

The London Evening Standard
August 11th, 2021

Splashy, slapdash and apparently random on the surface, this show turns out to be delicate and nuanced underneath – the most subtle and illuminating interpretation of Shakespeare here since the Globe reopened.
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The Guardian (UK)
August 11th, 2021

It is a production with many tonal variations, from love sickness and romance to drunken revelry and the bitter aftertaste left by Malvolio’s cruel gulling, but all its parts are carefully entwined and contain an impeccable artistry.
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The Times (UK)
August 11th, 2021

In this playful, cross-dressing exploration of mistaken identity, the Globe’s artistic director, Michelle Terry, makes a winningly fragile Viola. There’s even more to enjoy in the fruity, resonant delivery of Ciaran O’Brien’s dandyish Sebastian.
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The Telegraph (UK)
August 10th, 2021

The only duff note is drawing cynical laughs via exaggerated regional accents. Otherwise, this Twelfth Night comes close to achieving greatness.
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The Stage (UK)
August 9th, 2021

Writer-director Foster’s production has an enjoyably end-of-the-pier charm about it. He and Philpott work their way through multiple costumes arranged on coat stands, making it all feel like a cosy game of charades.
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August 11th, 2021

Twelfth Night is given a more delicate touch, one that shows plenty of pathos but could do with a little more punch.
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The Stage (UK)
August 10th, 2021

Sean Holmes’ production of Twelfth Night is a conceptual oddity that’s part American Deep South, part Grand Budapest Hotel in terms of its visuals.
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London Theatre
August 11th, 2021

Overall, the production is chaotic, jubilant, and fun, which is exactly what you want from a Shakespeare comedy...Like the music, the production is a bit of a melting pot with something for everyone: romance, comedy, even a bit of violence.
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