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Shakespeare's Globe

More than 250 black women, trans women and non-binary people who work in theatre came together at Shakespeare’s Globe for an event celebrating their...

Ella Hickson will premiere a new play at Shakespeare's Globe later this year, directed by Natalie Abrahami. Swive "interrogates the power of sex in...

Mardi Gras has come to Shakespeare's Globe. New associate director Sean Holmes’ inventive and colourful production is a heady summer treat. It has been a...

The End of History – Royal Court, London Prolific playwright Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany – aka the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child...

Schools, universities and drama colleges will now be able to stage the West End play Emilia, after the performance rights were made available by...

Michelle Terry has spoken about the challenges of taking over Shakespeare's Globe when it had been left "bruised" by the controversy surrounding Emma Rice's...

The Merry Wives of Windsor has long been derided as one of Shakespeare’s weaker works. American critic Harold Bloom labelled it “Shakespeare’s only play...

Shakespeare’s Globe artistic director Michelle Terry tells Natasha Tripney about taking over from Emma Rice during a period of trauma for the organisation, why...

Emilia writer Morgan Lloyd Malcolm has urged the industry to “dismantle” the hierarchy involved in creating productions and stop seeing the “playwright as God”. Her...
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