Macbeth in Polish, Romeo & Juliet in Brazilian Portuguese, A Midsummer Nights Dream in Korean, The Tempest in Bangla, Othello in Hip Hop, Much Ado About Nothing in French, The Merchant of Venice in Hebrew, Hamlet in Lithuanian, King Lear in Belarusian, Julius Caesar in Italian, Henry V in English, Richard III in Mandarin....
Just some of the plays in Globe to Globe: 37 plays, 37 languages.
This Spring at Shakespeares Globe we are presenting the Globe to Globe festival all 37 of Shakespeares plays in 37 different languages by 37 different theatre companies from around the world. With these international companies performing for just two performances each, this is a unique celebration of Shakespeare in the year of the Olympics.
Performances suitable for KS3 & 4
We have a Special Schools Offer of £20 tickets for best available seats or £10 tickets for slightly restricted view seats (with a potential saving of £15 per ticket), and we offer one free ticket with every 10 seated tickets. (Subject to availability and excluding Henry V and Othello.) We also have 700 £5 tickets at each performance.
The plays include a productions of Henry VIII in Spanish, Much Ado About Nothing in French and Timon of Athens in German, and it is highly likely that students with English as a second language will have their first language included in the festival (languages include Yoruba, Turkish, Arabic, Greek, Hindi and Gujarati). More information can be found here.
If you have any questions about co-ordinating a schools visit, or would like to enquire about workshops or any other supplementary learning opportunities, please give me a call on 020 7902 1482. For school group bookings, please call the Box Office on 020 7401 9919.