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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.
Take or tour or buy cheap standing tickets for one of the performances.
This stunning building is a historical rebuild of the original building. So it's cold in November. Bring a blanket
Daily tours available prebook for the best rates. Onsite wifi
The five pound standing room only tickets are a great deal, particularly if you are a student.
Go see a play. Standing is fun and cheap but sitting will be more enjoyable on the second visit lol
Love it! Amazing and affordable plays
LOVE 😍. Very well organized 👍🏼. Gifts shop is so nice ..
This place is the best. If you want to see how Shakespeare was performed in the old days, this is where you should be. 5£ standing tickets are a steal, if you are tall an young enough
As you like it - mesmerising comedy
Wear comfy shoes, take the plunge & be a Groundling! Fantastic view from the yard & only a Fiver a ticket ...what's not to like!!
Very interesting tour!
You can only see it from outside but it's still worth it.
With hundreds of daily grounding tickets for £5 each and a tremendous selection of plays each season, going to see a show at the Globe is a must do for any Londoner.
Amazing tours - the guides have wonderful stories to share and they do it all in a really funny manner
Just the best place ever. Spend £5 on standing among the groundlings - you get the best view, you get to interact with the actors, and it's the cheapest ticket available.
Fantastic productions of Shakespeare plays. Cheap as chips if you're willing to stand.
If planning to queue for same day ticket sales, arrive at least an hour before the play begins.
The smell of wood, unique architecture, traces of Sheakspeare.. Especially, King John was fascinating..
£5 yardling tix for a summer matinee = perfect!
Great value and a wonderful way to experience Shakespeare!
Watch a play in true Shakespere costume and setting
Amazing reconstruction of the original Shakespeare's theater. Makes you feel like you're actually part of the play!
Find out the schedule before you go there. They get sold out very soon
Check the website for the latest theatre listings -- standing tickets are cheap!
amazing place, love it. Different venues for different events, restaurant and a small concert room lit only by candles - friendly stuff too
I've been there for Shakespeare Festival to watch A Midsummer Night's Dream. The atmosphere was extremely amazing. Take your beer and stand at the yard, ticket is only £5.
Good old reconstruction
Get a standing ticket and stand at the back where you can lean on the wall
Check the calendar to see if there'll be a show when you visit!
A recreation of the original Shakespeare theatre that burnt down. Looks rather modern and fake in some ways.
Went to see Julius Caesar. We had seats on the upper level and actually they were pretty good! Fortunately they're built steep enough for your view not to be blocked by the person in front.
Theatre at its best
One must see place at least once in a lifetime as a local or a tourist xx
For £5 you can get a groundling ticket and experience Shakespeare the way it was meant to be. It'll be the best fiver you've ever spent.
Great show The Comedy of Errors!
There's nothing like a show at the Globe, but hopping on a tour of the grounds is almost as good to soak up the atmosphere from the gallery, the ground and through your camera. http://bit.ly/1rbsgcH
Amazing setting!!! Watching a play there is something worth experiencing. If you don't want to pay much choose standing tickets (5 pounds and right by the stage!)
Do not save money on pillows. Bring your drink in the venue.
It was a pleasure to see you Antony and Cleopatra!
A must-do in London!
Surprisingly a very good performance and organic. I went to see the Comedy of Errors. Bravo
A must do! An experience of a lifetime.
Shakespeare aside, the theatre itself is wonderful with every seat guaranteed to see action at all times. Expensive yes, but certainly worth it.
Watching Shakespeare here breathes a whole different life into his texts (in the right hands). Experience the plays as they were meant to be experienced. Seriously cheap standing tickets at £5.
If you really want to get there, you better buy tickets beforehand. The day before the play they can be sold out.
You have to watch Shakespeare here! The atmosphere is awesome.
£4 tickets on yplan