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Shakespeare's Globe is a unique international resource dedicated to Shakespeare's work and the playhouse for which he wrote, through performances and education.
A reconstruction of the famous Elizabethan open-air theatre where Shakespeare worked, true to the spirit of the original, celebrating and educating about Shakespeare’s work.
The vision of American actor Sam Wanamaker, this replica of Shakespeare’s legendary theatre opened near the site of the original in 1997. It has the first thatched roof in London since the Great Fire.
To go, or not to go. That is not the question, you should! We recommend seeing Macbeth and standing in the yard for a more authentic experience!
Shakespeare's Globe, a reconstruction of the legendary theatre offers standing tickets in summer in the "yard" for £5 and offer the best view of the Bard's plays. Kristin Knox, The Clothes Whisperer
The first commercial application for oxygen was restricted to the theatre - to the "laterna magica", which was used in popular shows at the time - the lighting in theatres and concert halls.
6 July: Become a groundling. It is a truly magical way to watch a play, beneath the open sky. Those who survive are always proud of their achievement.
Give musicals a break and go to see some classics at this legendary place.
Make sure you stand in the Yard for £5. Gallery seating is very fun, but terrible lack of legroom if you're over 6 feet tall. Macbeth is an awesome production.
Watch a play on the grounds. Superb experience.
Worth being visited in your next stop to London!
Henry VIII, by William Shakespeare: OK, so the play wasn't set here...but the play was being performed when Shakespeare's famous stomping ground caught on fire.
Password for the Wifi: shakespeare
I wish I went there during the summer to watch a play! The facts we were given is amazing! So worth the visit! :)
Delightful theatre and considering the upkeep of such a wonderful place, a unique experience to celebrate the wonderful world of Shakespeare.
Spend the money to see a show here, its worth it. There will be tons of versions in many different languages during the Olympic season in 2012
Plays at the Globe Theatre are pretty good, and fun. - Naomi, (Canada)
There's really nothing quite like it for atmosphere & authenticity.
my plane flew past here.
become a friend of the theatre and get a special "Heaven and Hell" backstage tour.
Be sure to bring a blanket to get warm in a cold day.
Saw 'Macbeth'👑Shakespeare🎭 in The Globe🇬🇧, breathtaking❗
"What is done can not be undone" Macbeth
Unforgettable experience! The Tempest is amazing.
Theatre tour by Gerard (actor, guide) - so cool!!
Great value. For a fiver I got to see Mark Rylance in Richard lll. Got to do the groundling thing which is great fun, very interactive.
For dinner after a play (or before outside in the sun), go to Tas Pide just to the right of the box office on New Globe Walk. Excellent Turkish cuisine, open late and not expensive!
£5 a ticket to stand! It would be a shame to miss this great opportunity to see the inside of this great institution and to go back in time with a Shakespearian play! Enjoy!
Guided tours of the facility are offered throughout the day in the theatre's winter off-season. From May to September, however, Globe tours are only available in the morning.
Doth myne eyes deceive me? Is it true that The Table is but moments away? Forsooth, my heart doth quicken, my tummy grumble! I shall away this instant. (We're just behind The Tate on Southwark St.)
It's worth it to spring for the seat cushion rental if you're not a groundling. Just trust me on this.
Go see a show! The Shakespeare Globe sells tickets and you can stand right up to the stage for 5 pounds. - Olena, (Canada)
As a huge Shakespeare lover, I must see this.
Very funny and interesting tour
Bring your own beveragesZ
I'm fond of theatre but this place isnt for everybody ®luar tourists.attended Hamlet-open theatre-in a rainy day!was Fab.They gave us blankets cuz it was cold&the show didnt stop.day show is better
The Globe is authentically Shakespearean, meaning you'll be sitting on an uncomfortable, cramped wooden bench and watching a play with limited props in a building with no roof. Still, it's worth it.
Nice atmosphere. Annoying stewards!!
Fantastic venue, brilliant acting and terrivle, terrible audience. Ignorants, uncivilized and with no culture at all. The morons laugh all the time, even in the most dramatic scenes.
Well, if it wasn't for the rehearsals happening at the time, it sure would not be worth the money for the tour! ;(
Brilliant night. But recommend: Seated tickets (Shakespeare plays are long), £1 cushions (hard wooden benches), a blanket (it gets cold at night) and the pulled pork sandwiches (cash only).
If booking during the rainy season go for the undercover seating.
Standing room tickets for just £5! Definitely worth it. Went and saw A Midsummer Night's Dream, absolutely brilliant!
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