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Globe for All Tour 2023
The old globe shares venues and dates of the globe for all tour, our free shakespeare tour of san diego county, with the comedy of errors , directed by em weinstein, from october 17 to november 5, 2023, touring free shakespeare to multiple community partner venues and culminating in a public performance in beautiful balboa park for closing night on november 5, 2023.
SAN DIEGO (August 10, 2023)— The Old Globe is pleased to announce a fall full of Shakespeare with the return of the Globe for All Tour , now in its ninth year of making theatre matter to more people. With the touring production of The Comedy of Errors , directed by Em Weinstein ( In France Michelle Is a Man’s Name , “The L Word: Generation Q”), this talented company of artists will bring a stirring, free-admission production to various economically, geographically, and culturally diverse communities throughout San Diego County, including Old Globe Community Partner venues from San Ysidro to Oceanside and south of the border in Tijuana, Mexico. A full list of venues, dates, and times is below.
Shakespeare meets “The Jersey Shore” in the hilarious Globe for All Tour of The Comedy of Errors ! A young man and his servant arrive in town, unaware that each of them has an identical twin already there. Things can’t possibly end well—or maybe they can, but not before the mistaken identities lead to confused lovers, shocked family members, and all-out comic chaos. Get your hair gel and spray tan ready for one of the Bard’s most outrageous comedies, filled with music and brought to life by award-winning director Em Weinstein as it visits communities across San Diego County.
“ The Comedy of Errors is one of Shakespeare’s funniest plays, and we’re delighted to present this delicious show to the San Diego region as part of our 2023 Globe for All Tour,” said Erna Finci Viterbi Artistic Director Barry Edelstein . “It’s a story about mistaken identity, friendship, home, and family, and I know that the brilliant Em Weinstein’s inventive and energetic direction will touch audiences deeply, even as Shakespeare fills them with laughter and joy. Globe for All is inspired by two simple but deep beliefs: that theatre is an art form for everyone, and that as the flagship arts institution of San Diego, The Old Globe should be accessible to the entire community. We remain committed to making theatre matter to more people as we make theatre that lives beyond the stage. I couldn’t be more proud to share this work, nor happier to invite our neighbors to be part of it.”
Full casting and creative team for the Globe for All Tour of The Comedy of Errors will be announced at a later date. Bios and photos of all participants can be found at www.TheOldGlobe.org/Press-Room .
Community Partners will enjoy this unique Shakespearean experience presented in nontraditional theatre venues within their own neighborhoods. The tour kicks off on Tuesday, October 17 with an opening night performance on Thursday, October 19 , and runs for three weeks, from Tuesdays to Sundays , with a culminating closing night performance on November 5, 2023 in beautiful Balboa Park .
The Globe for All Tour will be presented with free public performances at:
- Wednesday, October 18 at 6:00 p.m. : Wilson Middle School – Multipurpose Room
- Friday, October 20 at 6:00 p.m .: CECUT Centro Cultural Tijuana – El Cubo
- Saturday, October 21 at 7:00 p.m. : St. John Chaldean Catholic Church
- Sunday, October 22 at 1:00 p.m .: Otay Mesa-Nestor Library
- Sunday, October 22 at 7:30 p.m. : Logan Heights Branch Library
- Tuesday, October 24 at 6:00 p.m. : Lincoln High School
- Wednesday, October 25 at 6:00 p.m. : Lemon Grove Academy – Roberto Alvarez Auditorium
- Friday, October 27 at 3:00 p.m. : Fourth District Seniors Resource Center
- Saturday, October 28 at 12:00 noon : San Diego Public Library – Central Library
- Sunday, October 29 at 12:00 noon : Oceanside Civic Center Public Library
- Friday, November 3 at 7:30 p.m. : California State University San Marcos – Arts 111
- Sunday, November 5 at 1:00 p.m. : The Old Globe in Balboa Park – House of Charm
In addition, the Globe for All Tour will be performed for members of the following organizations (not open to audiences outside the organization; advance clearance needed for media coverage):
- San Diego Rescue Mission
- Veterans Village of San Diego
- Naval Base San Diego
- Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility
- California State Prison, Centinela
- Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility
- South Bay Community Services
These last performances are NOT open to the public, so PLEASE DO NOT PUBLISH ANY DETAILS ABOUT THEM. The non-public performances require advance clearances, and not all venues are open to press. Please contact Stephanie Ochoa to join us and see for yourself exactly what happens as the tour reaches out into the San Diego community!
Registrations are required to attend the free public performances in the community. Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis and will depend on the venue’s capacity. If registration is full, guests are encouraged to show up and join the walk-in list when the doors open. Walk-in guests will be seated based on availability, and can very often be accommodated. Please go to www.theoldglobe.org/globe-for-all for more information.
The tour culminates with a low-cost performance offered in the Globe’s House of Charm Rehearsal Hall in San Diego’s Balboa Park on Sunday, November 5, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. Tickets are now available at www.TheOldGlobe.org.
Since the inception of Globe for All in 2014, approximately 15,900 community members have experienced a performance. These tours offer free-of-charge admission to shows in non-theatrical venues such as gymnasiums, cafeterias, shelters, senior centers, refugee community centers, military installations, and correctional facilities, and gives audiences an intimate and compelling theatrical experience that fosters a shared sense of connection between performers and audiences. The majority of attendees often are experiencing live theatre for the very first time.
Globe for All is supported by The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation , University of San Diego , and the Ann Davies Fund for Teaching Artists . The Old Globe’s arts engagement programs are supported by Price Philanthropies , Qualcomm , U.S. Bank , and Viasat . Financial support is provided by The City of San Diego . The Theodor and Audrey Geisel Fund provides leadership support for The Old Globe’s year-round activities.
If you have a community group or organization that effectively centers and serves a marginalized group in San Diego or Tijuana and you would like to discuss hosting a performance, please email [email protected] .
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Selected venues to host Shakespeare’s Globe on Tour
Shakespeare’s Globe is hitting the road in 2020, bringing three of the bard’s plays to stages around the country.
Globe on Tour: three touring Shakespeare productions will be performed by a small group of actors.
Touring Shakespeare isn’t new; in Elizabethan and Jacobean times, small acting troupes would take plays out of London and play multiple roles before new audiences.
Shakespeare’s Globe is following in these footsteps in 2020 with a trio of plays – A Midsummer Night’s Dream , As You Like It and The Tempest – staged as they would have been in the 1600s. Here are the dates announced so far, and a bit about the selected venues:
The Brewhouse, Somerset
After funding highs and lows over the years, The Brewhouse theatre in Taunton went into administration in February 2012 which saw an immediate reaction from the local community. A candle-lit vigil was held outside the venue in a show of support, and donations kept the theatre going.
It’s not the first time The Globe has stopped at The Brewhouse – in 2019, the theatre had sell-out performances of The Comedy of Errors, Pericles and Twelfth Night. Now groups can book 2020 showings from Monday 18th May to Wednesday 20th May.
Hay Festival, Wales
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The Hay Festival have partnered with Shakespeare’s Globe to bring three plays to a pop-up theatre space.
The Hay Festival of Literature & Arts is a prominent annual event that takes over the small town of Hay-on-Wye in Wales. It has expanded over time to include film previews and music performances. Globe on Tour events will take place at the festival’s pop-up theatre venue made specifically for the occasion, holding 350 people. As well as taking in a Shakespeare performance between Saturday 23rd May and Saturday 30th May, groups will be ideally based to explore the festival’s other cultural events: author seminars, world music, vendors and more.
Groups of any size can book Globe on Tour tickets online or through the Box Office (standard price for both). Call 01497 822 629.
What is ‘Audience Choice’?
Book an Audience Choice performance and you won’t know which of the three plays you’ll be experiencing until you take your seats. The audience will be asked to cheer for their choice, and the loudest vote will be the decider.
St James’ Guernsey
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St James’ Guernsey will be hosting three nights of Shakespeare in July 2020.
From 15th to 18th July, Globe on Tour will be stopping at St James theatre for evening performances. The unique theatre space was originally intended as a church in 1818 and fell into disrepair in the 1970s. Reinvented as an events and concert venue, visitors can become members to receive discounted tickets.
The nearby Old Government House Hotel & Spa will be organising special pre-show dinners - more details to be announced soon.
Globe on Tour tickets will be on sale in the new year with group bookings available at the standard rate. Visit the website at stjames.gg/globe-touring-company.
Brighton Open Air Theatre
Groups in Brighton from Wednesday 19th to Saturday 22nd August can experience Shakespeare in the summer at the Brighton Open Air Theatre, an outdoor venue with space for up to 425 people.
Discounted tickets can be booked for groups of ten or more members. Book online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on .
The Festival Theatre at Hever Castle, Kent
Visitors can explore Hever Castle and its grounds before an outdoor performance on the Two Sisters Lawn.
Another outdoor theatre can be found in the grounds of Hever Castle, with Globe on Tour performances from Thursday 27th to Saturday 29th August, part of its summer arts festival season. Located on the Two Sisters Lawn, audiences can enjoy a picnic before the showing or book from a number of dining options, including Afternoon Tea and interval refreshments.
Groups can book performances at The Festival Theatre by calling 01732 866114, or emailing [email protected] .
Keep an eye out for other venues and dates to be announced on the Shakespeare’s Globe website: www.shakespearesglobe.com/seasons/globe-on-tour-2020 .
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P!NK World Tour 2023: How to Get Tickets to Upcoming Dates
Posted: November 1, 2023 | Last updated: November 1, 2023
P!NK is going on yet another world tour, her ninth to date, to play her new “Trustfall” album for fans across the globe. She’ll be stopping by Australia, Canada, the US, New Zealand, and Australia again for the Trustfall Tour, giving fans plenty of chances to see her before her shows sell out!
P!NK’s Trustfall Tour comes right after her Summer Carnival Tour where she played some of her most famous hits, including “Get This Party Started”, “No Ordinary Love”, and “Cover Me in Sunshine”.
She’s bringing some great supporting acts with her as well, from GROUPLOVE to KidCutUp to legends Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo.
If you want to see P!NK’s ninth tour, tickets are available via StubHub , where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
Tickets to international dates are available through Viagogo .
Her previous Summer Carnival Tour set records across the globe. In England, she was the first female to headline Villa Park, a football stadium with over 40,000 seats. She also holds the record for the most attendants over a two-day period at legendary Fenway Park in Boston, home of the Red Sox.
P!NK is more than used to selling out her shows — if you want to see her perform live, we suggest getting your tickets now !
P!NK Trustfall Remaining Tour Dates
11/1 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada – Bell Centre
11/2 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada – Bell Centre
11/4 – New York, New York – Madison Square Garden
11/5 – New York, New York – Madison Square Garden
11/7 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Gainbridge Fieldhouse
11/8 – Cleveland, Ohio – Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
11/11 – Louisville, Kentucky – KFC Yum! Center
11/12 – Charlotte, North Carolina – Spectrum Center
11/14 – Miami, Florida – Kaseya Center
11/15 – Sunrise, Florida – Amerant Bank Arena
11/18 – Orlando, Florida – Amway Center
11/19 – Orlando, Florida – Amway Center
11/26 – Arlington, Texas – Globe Life Field
02/24 – Sydney, Australia – Allianz Stadium
02/10 – Sydney, Australia – Allianz Stadium
02/13 – Newcastle, Australia – McDonald Jones Stadium (Newcastle International Sports Center)
02/16 – Brisbane, Australia – Suncorp Stadium
02/17 – Brisbane, Australia – Suncorp Stadium
02/20 – Carrara, Australia – Metricon Stadium
02/23 – Docklands, Australia – Etihad Stadium Docklands
02/24 – Docklands, Australia – Etihad Stadium Docklands
02/27 – Adelaide, Australia – Adelaide Oval
03/01 – Burswood, Australia – Optus Stadium
03/02 – Burswood, Australia – Optus Stadium
03/05 – Dunedin, New Zealand – Forsyth Barr Stadium
03/08 – Auckland, New Zealand – Eden Park
03/09 – Auckland, New Zealand – Eden Park
03/12 – Docklands, New Zealand – Etihad Stadium Docklands
03/13 – Docklands, New Zealand – Etihad Stadium Docklands
03/16 – Sydney, Australia – Accor Stadium
03/19 – Brisbane, Australia – Suncorp Stadium
03/22 – Townsville, Australia – Queensland Country Bank Stadium
03/23 – Townsville, Australia – Queensland Country Bank Stadium
When do tickets for the P!NK Trustfall tour go on sale?
Tickets for P!NK’s ninth world tour, titled after her most recent album “Trustfall”, are currently on sale now !
Where can I purchase official tickets to P!NK’s Trustfall tour?
You can get official tickets to P!NK’s Trustfall tour for both 2023 and 2024 dates through StubHub, or by clicking here .
Are there any presale codes or early access opportunities for the P!NK 2023-24 tour?
No, there are no presale codes or early access opportunities for the Trustfall tour because tickets are already on sale. You can find them here.
How much do P!NK Trustfall tour tickets cost? Are there different pricing tiers?
Prices range for the Trustfall tour depending on which venue you’re going to and where you’re choosing to sit. The closer you get to the stage, the more expensive the ticket, usually.
Is there a limit to how many tickets I can buy?
Yes, currently StubHub will sell you a maximum of 9 tickets per transaction.
What’s the difference between VIP tickets and regular tickets?
VIP tickets tend to come with custom tour merch, front-row seats, free food and drinks, and possibly an opportunity to meet the band.
Are there any meet-and-greet or backstage pass opportunities for the P!NK Trustfall tour?
Yes, there are a few ways to get meet-and-greet or backstage pass opportunities for the P!NK Trustfall tour. You can purchase VIP tickets that include these perks, or you can enter to win a meet-and-greet or backstage pass through social media contests or radio giveaways.
Is there an age restriction for the P!NK Trustfall tour concert?
Check with your local venue to see age requirements, rules, and regulations surrounding the Trustfall tour.
Can I get a refund or exchange my ticket if I can’t attend?
Ticket refunds and exchanges are subject to the venue’s policy. Please contact the venue directly for more information.
Can I bring a camera or recording device to the P!NK Trustfall 2023-24 tour?
While you can bring a personal recording device like a phone, you may not bring professional camera equipment or a camera bag to the Trustfall tour.
Will merchandise be available for purchase at the concert?
Yes, P!NK merchandise will be available for purchase at the concert venue.
Are there opening acts or special guests for the P!NK Trustfall tour?
Yes, P!NK is bringing a wide range of supporting and opening acts, including GROUPLOVE, KIdCutUp, Pat Benatar, and Neil Giraldo.
What happens if the concert is postponed or canceled?
If the concert is postponed, your tickets will be valid for the new date. If the concert is canceled, you will be eligible for a refund. Please note that this information is subject to change.
How can I avoid scams or counterfeit tickets?
You can avoid scams or counterfeit tickets by purchasing official tickets through StubHub, which you can find here .
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Shakespeare’s Globe and Headlong’s ”Henry V” to tour in 2023
The Shakespeare’s Globe and Headlong production of Henry V is heading out on the road next year.
Co-produced with Leeds Playhouse and Royal and Derngate, Northampton, the piece is currently running at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse until 4 February 2023, marking the history play’s first staging in the space. It received a fulsome review from WhatsOnStage, being described as a production that “seamlessly blends classical and contemporary” .
Henry V will tour to Leeds Playhouse (9 to 25 February), Connaught Theatre, Worthing (28 February to 4 March) and, finally, Royal and Derngate, Northampton (7 to 18 March).
The cast of Henry V includes (in alphabetical order) Joséphine Callies (as Katherine / Boy), James Cooney (as Thomas / Orleans / Gower), Georgia Frost (as Nym / Michael Williams / Rambures), Jon Furlong (as Bardolph / John Bates / Constable of France), Joshua Griffin (as John / Fluellen), Eleanor Henderson (as Queen of France / Prince Louis / Ambassador 1 / Le Fer), Oliver Johnstone (as Henry V), Geoffrey Lumb (as King of France / Erpingham / Governor of Harfleur / Ambassador 2), Helena Lymbery (as Henry IV / Exeter) and Dharmesh Patel (as Scroop / Pistol / Montjoy / Officer).
The production’s creative team features associate designer Mona Camille, associate director Naeem Hayat, candle consultant and lighting designer Azusa Ono, composer and sound designer Max Pappenheim, costume supervisor Hattie Barsby, designer Moi Tran, dramaturg Cordelia Lynn, fight director Kate Waters, Globe associate for movement Glynn MacDonald, Globe head of voice Tess Dignan, movement director Malik Nashad Sharpe, Globe seasonal voice coach Katherine Heath, casting director Becky Paris and intimacy director Yarit Dor.
Tickets for the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse run are on sale below.
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Dozens of artists hit the road during 2023 to bring their music to sold-out venues across the globe.
The first half of the year started off strong with artists and bands like Harry Styles, Journey, Carrie Underwood, SZA, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Reba McEntire, Janet Jackson, Lizzo, Blink-182, Charlie Puth, Billy Idol, Wiz Khalifa, Bebe Rexha and Black Pink heading out on their headlining tours.
Some artists had such sought-after tickets for their tours, including Taylor Swift and Beyoncé, that it led to sites, such as Ticketmaster, completely crashing when tickets dropped.
Many summer nights were also filled with good tunes this year as artists including Alicia Keys, Post Malone, Paramore, Chris Stapleton, Boygenius, Lionel Richie, Melissa Etheridge and Maggie Rogers set out on tours during the warmer months.
Concert tours are not only an opportunity for artists to promote their latest albums or to highlight their entire music catalogs, but it’s also a chance for their fans to come together to celebrate the music and musicians that they look up to and love. Those attending shows for artists such as Swift, Beyoncé and Styles often dress to impress, going all out for their outfits. Beyoncé even asked her fans to specifically come to her Virgo season concerts for her Renaissance World Tour decked out in silver and chrome, to celebrate her astrological sign. Swifties, inspired by the lyric “Make the friendship bracelets, take the moment and taste it …” from her song “You’re on Your Own, Kid,” made themed bracelets to trade and hand out to other fans at each of the stops on her Eras Tour.
The performers often praise their fans for all their love and support, like Swift writing on social media in July after her stops in Seattle, Washington, “Thank you for everything. All the cheering, screaming, jumping, dancing, singing at the top of your lungs.”
But if you missed the opportunity to see your favorite artists earlier this year, don’t worry, because The Hollywood Reporter has compiled a list of some of the most anticipated concert tours happening this fall, below.
Tour: Eras Tour (March 2023 – November 2024)
Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, the singer’s sixth headlining tour, is described as a journey through all of her musical eras, including Fearless , Lover , Evermore , 1989 , Speak Now , Reputation and more. She is set to perform 146 shows across five continents, with each performance featuring a staggering 44-song setlist spanning more than three hours. Swift finished the first U.S. leg at the beginning of August and will return to the U.S. for the second leg in October 2024.
Tour: Renaissance World Tour (May – October 2023)
Beyoncé’s ninth concert tour, which is three hours long with no opener, is in support of her seventh studio album, Renaissance . She is set to perform 56 shows across Europe and North America.
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Tour: It’s All a Blur Tour (July – October 2023)
Rappers Drake and 21 Savage are co-headlining their It’s All a Blur Tour to promote their collaborative album, Her Loss . The tour will consist of 56 shows across North America.
Tour: The Tour (August 2023 – June 2024)
The Jonas Brothers, comprised of Kevin Jonas, Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas, have headed out on their 12th concert tour, which will span three continents. The Tour will feature songs from five different albums, including The Album , Happiness Begins and A Little Bit Longer .
Tour: +–=÷× (Mathematics) Tour (April 2022 – November 2023)
Ed Sheeran’s fourth concert tour draws from all of his albums since 2011, including Plus (2011), Multiply (2014), Divide (2017), Equals (2021) and Subtract (2023). The two-hour concert will consist of 88 shows across three continents.
Tour: The Songstress Tour (February – December 2023)
Anita Baker will perform in 15 cities across the U.S. for her latest tour, which celebrates her 40 years as a music icon since the release of her debut album, The Songstress, in 1983.
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Tour: World Tour 2023 (June – October 2023)
Guns N’ Roses, comprised of vocalist Axl Rose, lead guitarist Slash, rhythm guitarist Izzy Stradlin, bassist Duff McKagan and drummer Steven Adler, has set out on their latest tour, which spans three continents.
Tour: Mañana Será Bonito Tour (August – September 2023)
Karol G kicked off her first-ever stadium tour in Las Vegas and will make her way across the U.S. for stops in six cities.
Tour: The Long Goodbye (September – November 2023)
The Eagles have embarked on their finale tour, with special guest Steely Dan, after more than 50 years of touring and over a thousand concerts.
Tour: Still… at Their Very Best (September – December 2023)
The 1975’s fifth concert tour, in support of the band’s Being Funny in a Foreign Language album, is making stops across North America and Europe.
Tour: The Scarlet Tour (October – December 2023)
Doja Cat will kick off her first North American arena tour in San Francisco, California this fall. Special guests Ice Spice and Doechii will join during select dates. The singer has only toured once before as a headliner for her Amala Tour in 2019.
Tour: 2023 Tour (May – December 2023)
Apart from the Two Icons, One Night Tour that Nicks is co-headlining with Billy Joel through the year, the singer-songwriter also added in dates for her solo tour across the U.S. Nicks has previously toured with Fleetwood Mac as well as embarked on more than a dozen solo tours throughout her career.
Tour: Celebration Tour (October 2023 – April 2024)
Madonna, who initially had to postpone the July start of her Celebration Tour as she recovered from a bacterial infection, is now set to kick off her tour in London on Oct. 14. She will make her way across Europe before returning to the U.S. on Dec. 13 to embark on her North American leg.
Tour: The Chicks World Tour 2023 (June – October 2023)
The Chicks’ sixth headlining concert tour initially began its first leg in 2022, but the country music trio returned in 2023 for their second leg. The group is touring across North America and Europe as well as Australia and New Zealand.
Tour: Summer Carnival 2023 Tour (June – October 2023)
Pink kicked off her eighth concert tour at the beginning of summer and will run through the beginning of fall. But soon after, the singer will head out on her ninth tour, in support of her album Trustfall , starting in Sacramento, California, on Oct. 12.
Tour: The Age of Pleasure Tour (August – October 2023)
Janelle Monáe’s latest tour supports her album The Age of Pleasure Tour . The singer is making stops in 26 cities across North America.
Tour: Don Juan World Tour (August – November 2023)
Maluma has set out on the North American leg of his Don Juan World Tour, which supports his newly released album of the same name. The Latin music artist will make his way across 30 cities before ending in Miami, Florida.
Tour: One Night at a Time World Tour (March – October 2023)
Country music star Morgan Wallen is performing across two continents for his latest tour in support of his third studio album of the same name. Special guests include HARDY, Parker McCollum, ERNEST and Bailey Zimmerman.
Tour: Queen of Me Tour (April – November 2023)
Shania Twain’s fifth headlining concert tour spans two continents and 77 shows in total. The tour, which marks the singer’s first tour in nearly five years, is in support of her sixth studio album, Queen of Me .
Tour: M72 World Tour (April 2023 – September 2024)
Metallica’s latest tour in support of the band’s 11th studio album, 72 Seasons, will consist of 49 shows across two continents. Throughout the tour, the heavy metal band will play two nights in every city it visits with two completely different setlists and opening acts for each No Repeat Weekend.
Tour: 2023 Tour (May 2023 – June 2024)
Foo Fighters have embarked on their first headlining tour since drummer Taylor Hawkins died. The tour, which includes performances in five continents, is in support of their new album But Here We Are .
Tour: The Only Love Tour , formerly The Gag Order Tour (October – November 2023)
Kesha is set to head out on a 20-city North American tour in support of her album Gag Order . The singer’s sixth headlining tour will also include special guest Jake Wesley Rogers.
Tour: Solo Acoustic Fall Tour (October – November 2023)
John Mayer extended his latest tour across the United States into the fall with special guest JP Saxe.
Tour: The Field Trip Tour (September – December 2023)
Lil Yachty is currently on his 39-stop global tour across North America and Europe in support of his album Let’s Start Here .
Tour: 2023 Tour (February – December 2023)
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have made stops across North America and Europe since February for their latest tour. But they had to postpone their September dates as Springsteen undergoes treatment for peptic ulcer disease. At this point, the tour is set to resume on Nov. 3 in Vancouver.
Tour: Music of the Spheres World Tour (March 2022 – September 2024)
Coldplay is performing across five continents for its eighth headlining tour in support of the band’s ninth studio album, Music of the Spheres . They will perform 165 shows in total by the end.
Tour: 2023 World Tour (March – October 2023)
Luke Combs has been making his way across three continents performing songs from his latest two albums, Gettin’ Old and Growin’ Up .
Tour: The Final Lap Tour (July – December 2023)
50 Cent’s latest concert tour celebrates the 20th anniversary of his album Get Rich or Die Tryin , which came out in February 2003. The rapper’s tour consists of 69 shows across four continents.
Tour: Unreal Unearth Tour (September – December 2023)
Hozier has hit the road for his latest tour, which spans across North America and Europe, in support of his EP Eat Your Young and new album Unreal Unearth .
Tour: The Musical Legacy Tour (June – November 2023)
Diana Ross extended her latest tour, which showcases her iconic hits throughout her career, into the fall. The legendary singer is performing across two continents, North America and Europe.
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Shakespeare’s Globe Announce Festive Activity for 2023
Shakespeare’s Globe today announces special events, collaborations, and inspiration for visitors old and young to make the Globe their festive destination for 2023.
Virtuoso classical guitarist Xuefei Yang will play a concert specially curated for the candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse on Monday 11 December.
Comedian Tim Key brings his popular Chrimbo Bimbo show to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse on Monday 18 December.
Hansel and Gretel runs in the Globe Theatre from 8 December – 7 January, with accompanying workshops for young people beginning on 9 December.
Specially designed biscuits created by the Globe and Biscuiteers celebrating Shakespeare now available in-store and online. On Monday 11 December, following performances at the Southbank Centre, Royal Albert Hall, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, New York, Xuefei Yang will perform a one-off, intimate concert in the candlelit Playhouse to celebrate the winter season, reflect on the past and look to the future.
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Xuefei has created a programme drawn from Ancient China, through Europe to Latin American and modern day composers. Hailed as a musical pioneer, Xuefei’s international success has led her to be invited to play in more than 50 countries at numerous prestigious venues, and major music festivals such as BBC Proms, Edinburgh International Festival, Shanghai MISA Festival and the Beijing international Music Festival.
On Monday 18 December, acclaimed poet, actor and comedian Tim Key brings his festive extravaganza Chrimbo Bimbo in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Audiences are invited into Key’s irreverent world of poetry, mulled wine and Chrimbo cheer, with Christmas jumpers strongly encouraged. Adapted from Poet Laureate Simon Armitage’s epic version of the fairy tale, the new stage production of Hansel and Gretel runs from in the Globe Theatre 8 December 2023 until 7 January 2024.
Directed by Nick Bagnall and filled with music, magic, songs and a sprinkling of hope, Hansel and Gretel is aimed at everyone aged 5+. Shakespeare’s Globe has collaborated with Great British Bake Off finalist Steven Carter-Bailey to create the Globe Theatre out of cake, evocative of the infamous gingerbread house in The Brothers Grimm’s Hansel and Gretel. Steven was a front runner from the beginning of the 2017 series of Bake Off, the first series on Channel 4. Since then, he’s had commissions all over the world, baking for the likes of Sir Ian McKellen, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Jonathan Van Ness. He returned to the tent in 2021 to win the Great New Year’s Bake Off.
Two interactive workshops for young people and their grown-ups will be the perfect accompaniment to a festive day at the Globe. The Hansel and Gretel Drama and Music Workshop for 5–8-year-olds will explore the story, characters and music of The Brothers Grimm fairy tale through fun activities led by a Globe practitioner. Children aged 9-12 can enjoy the Hansel and Gretel Spoken Word and Drama Workshop, using creative writing and performance to similarly dive into the magical woodland world. Both workshops run from 9 December 2023 to 7 January 2024.
Shakespeare’s Globe have collaborated with Biscuiteers to create intricate iced biscuit icons from Shakespeare’s plays, including Yorick’s skull and Henry V’s crown, to Macbeth’s dagger and the poison bottle that sealed Romeo and Juliet’s fate. A biscuit tin of Shakespearean treats in available from the Globe shop and online, as well as a gingerbread Globe Theatre. For the first time, Shakespeare’s Globe have also designed a Christmas jumper, available now alongside many other festive gifts for lovers of the Bard.
From 18 – 30 December, families can explore the Globe and hear how Christmas was celebrated in Shakespeare’s time. The Festive Family Tour is a magical way to learn about the folk traditions that people practiced when welcoming in winter, from wassailing to the winter solstice, ‘kissing boughs’ to proper mince pyes.
Share the gift of Membership with a friend or loved one. Shakespeare’s Globe members get backstage access to our wooden ‘O’ including priority booking, generous discounts, and members-only events, including the Heaven to Hell Guided Tour. On this tour, Members and Patrons can explore the theatre’s secrets from the attic to the under-Globe and discover the behind-the-scenes magic with a visit to the backstage, props and costume stores.
Visitors to Shakespeare’s Globe can also enjoy a cosy roast, Christmas cocktail or festive afternoon tea at Swan at the Globe, with stunning views across the Thames. The Swan’s delicious new Christmas menu will launch on 23 November, and a new Hansel and Gretel themed afternoon tea will launch on 27 November, just in time for the show’s run in the Globe Theatre. The Swan also offers vouchers which make a perfect gift for use all year round.
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New Kids on the Block to bring ‘Magic Summer 2024’ tour to Mansfield
Paula abdul and dj jazzy jeff will join the boston boy band on tour next year..
New Kids on the Block plan to bring the right stuff — and a few famous friends — to their home state next summer.
NKOTB announced their “Magic Summer 2024″ tour on Monday, with special guests Paula Abdul and DJ Jazzy Jeff set to join the Boston boy band. Donnie Wahlberg , Danny Wood, Joey McIntyre, and brothers Jonathan and Jordan Knight kick off the tour in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, on June 14, and will make a stop at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield on Aug. 10.
More than two decades since their first “Magic Summer” tour, the band announced the latest series of concerts in an interview with “Good Morning America” on Monday.
“In 1990, we did the original ‘Magic Summer’ tour, which had a lot of magic in it,” Wahlberg told the “GMA” hosts. “The magic now is in the music, the memories, the moments that we all share and re-create with each other.
“We are going to be under the stars outside every night just having the most amazing time with our fans,” he added.
While NKOTB tours a lot each year, having played everywhere from Fenway Park to TD Garden , next year’s shows will be a little different. Wahlberg told “GMA” that, although their usual concerts tend to be built with their special guests in mind, the “Magic Summer 2024″ tour will keep NKOTB front and center.
“We have Paula Abdul and DJ Jazzy Jeff coming as opening acts,” Wahlberg said. “But it’s going to be 2½ hours of New Kids sweating to the oldies, having a great time.”
The band also released a funny clip to coincide with the announcement, enlisting Kimmy Gibbler, a.k.a. “Full House” star Andrea Laura Barber, for a skit featuring NKOTB as Ken-like dolls.
Presale tickets to the “Magic Summer 2024″ tour will be available for fan club and Citi card members at 10 a.m. on Nov. 1, with general tickets going on sale beginning at 10 a.m. on Nov. 3.
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GLOBE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — One person is dead, and two others are injured after a two-car crash near Globe Thursday morning.
According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, the crash happened on US 60 at milepost 242 , which is about eight miles west of Globe. DPS troopers at the scene tell Arizona’s Family that a man driving one of the sedans involved has died while a woman in the same car is being treated for serious injuries. The driver of the other sedan was also injured.
US 60 was closed for several hours but reopened just before 1 p.m.
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Taylor Swift adds more Canadian dates to record-breaking ‘Eras Tour’
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Posted November 2, 2023 11:01 am.
Last Updated November 2, 2023 12:05 pm.
Taylor Swift will be making another stop north of the border as she continues her trek across the globe with her record-breaking The Eras Tour .
The pop superstar revealed Thursday that she will be playing three shows in Vancouver in 2024. The shows, presented by Rogers Communications Inc., will see Swift take the stage for three straight nights – Dec. 6, 7 and 8 at B.C. Place.
“We couldn’t be more excited to be a part of bringing Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour to Vancouver, giving fans the experience of a lifetime,” said Terrie Tweddle, Chief Brand and Communications Officer at Rogers.
Rogers proudly presents Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour Are you ready for it, Canada? @taylorswift13 | The Eras Tour is coming to Vancouver for three unforgettable shows at BC Place in December 2024. For ticket information visit: https://t.co/SyaNvIZQZ1 pic.twitter.com/1V3MosPx8G — Rogers (@Rogers) November 2, 2023
The Vancouver shows will come on the heels of six dates in Toronto. The announcement for the new West Coast dates comes almost exactly three months after Swift revealed her initial Canadian shows at Rogers Centre .
The three dates will be the first time Swift plays in Vancouver in nearly a decade. She last hit the stage at B.C. Place during her 1989 World Tour in August 2015.
Verified Fan registration is now open for the newly added Vancouver shows. Fans can register here until Saturday, Nov. 4, at 5 p.m.
Tickets go on sale on Nov. 9 and only fans who received an email confirming access will be able to join the queue. Selected fans will receive a unique access code and link via text message the day prior to to the Verified Fan Onsale.
Others will be waitlisted and could be given access if there is remaining inventory.
Rogers will be offering Canadians access to premium tickets for both the Toronto and Vancouver shows. More details on how fans across Canada can win tickets will be revealed soon.
“Rogers is all about connecting Canadians and bringing them the best content and best experiences, and Taylor is simply the best,” Tweddle said.
TAYLOR SWIFT / THE ERAS TOUR CANADA
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- Nov. 15 – Rogers Centre, Toronto
- Nov. 16 – Rogers Centre, Toronto
- Nov. 21 – Rogers Centre, Toronto
- Nov. 22 – Rogers Centre, Toronto
- Nov. 23 – Rogers Centre, Toronto
- Dec. 6 – B.C. Place, Vancouver
- Dec. 7 – B.C. Place, Vancouver
- Dec. 8 – B.C. Place, Vancouver
Minutes after the announcement of the Toronto shows went live, Ticketmaster reported “heavy traffic” on their Verified Fan webpage, which the platform says is meant as a protective measure against online scalper bots.
The Ticketmaster website crashed under the weight of Swift demand last year. The company cancelled plans for its public sale, citing demand that “could have filled 900 stadiums.” So far, it hasn’t announced any plans for the public sale of her concerts since.
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The American singer made headlines earlier this year when there were initially no Canadian shows announced as part of her international Eras Tour dates. The perceived snub even prompted a personal invitation from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and saw an MP file an “official” grievance “ in the House of Commons “on behalf of all Swifties” in the country.
Swift began her Eras tour earlier this year, performing songs from her chart-topping career against the backdrop of an elaborate stage design for each album.
The U.S. leg of the tour kicked off in March and wrapped up in the summer with six sold-out shows in Los Angeles. The international leg of the tour began in late August and continues well into next year with stops in Mexico, South America, Asia, Australia and Europe.
Swift’s reimagined 2014 album, “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” was released last week . Many consider the original album to be the release that ushered in the first Peak Swift era and began her massive pop culture dominance.
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Yes, it’s the news you’ve been waiting for: our Summer 2023 season. This Summer we celebrate Shakespeare’s literary works in a season that speaks directly to our natural world.
Inspired by the magnificence of our wooden ‘O’, a thatched wonder made from 1,000 oak trees, our Summer 2023 season responds to the most pressing conversation of our time: the future of our planet Earth. 2023 also sees us mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s First Folio, one of the most important collections ever published. Over four centuries later and Shakespeare’s works remain as relevant today as they did then.
Our Summer 2023 season opens 27 April in our Globe Theatre.
‘2023 is the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s First Folio. Without this collection, 18 of Shakespeare’s plays would have been lost forever including four well known and beloved plays: The Tempest , Comedy of Errors , As You Like It and Macbeth . At a time when we all stand to lose and gain so much, at a time in which we all face huge questions about who, what, and why we are, Theatre remains one of the greatest and safest ways for a society to debate with itself and ask these questions. This summer, with those four folio plays, along with A Midsummer Night’s Dream , we hope to surprise, challenge, excite, illuminate, provoke, and delight, as we continue to put Shakespeare to work for now and for our future on this incredible Globe. In our theatre, our wooden ‘O’, made from a 1,000 oak trees, the Thames outstretched beside it, the sky above, and the earth below, in which nature, human nature and our in-human nature congregate, converse, commune and connect; what better place to experience these extraordinary plays, in this extraordinary playhouse, at this most extraordinary of times’
— Michelle Terry, Artistic Director
Immerse yourself in the thrill of live theatre
Join the revellers this Summer from 27 April, as Shakespeare’s deliciously disruptive and intoxicating comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream turns our Globe Theatre upside down and inside out for a wild and unsettling night of love, jealousy and utter confusion.
After her acclaimed productions of The Merry Wives of Windsor (2019), As You Like It and Hamlet (2018), Elle While returns to the Globe Theatre to direct the opening show of our Summer 2023 season, with our Artistic Director Michelle Terry as the mischief-making Puck.
Elle While opens our Summer 2023 season with A Midsummer Night’s Dream from 27 April.
Our Associate Artistic Director Sean Holmes brings Shakespeare’s extraordinary madcap comedy The Comedy of Errors to the Globe stage from 12 May.
We’re seeing double as Shakespeare’s madcap comedy, The Comedy of Errors , unravels in a chaotic Elizabethan world inside our wooden ‘O’ from 12 May.
Long-lost siblings and mistaken identities are a recipe for mayhem, and with our Associate Artistic Director Sean Holmes ( The Tempest , 2022) at the helm, you can expect the extraordinary.
What price would you put on power? A couple’s ruthless and unnatural quest for power leaves a trail of destruction.
Following a ‘mesmerising’ The Merchant of Venice in our Sam Wanamaker Playhouse last Winter, Abigail Graham returns for her directorial debut in the Globe Theatre with Shakespeare’s epic tragedy Macbeth , playing from 21 July.
Abigail Graham returns for her directorial debut in the Globe Theatre with Macbeth from 21 July.
Journey into the forest from 18 August with As You Like It directed by Ellen McDougall.
Embark on an adventure this Summer and celebrate love, transformation, and community in the joyous comedy, As You Like It .
Following a ‘superb’ Othello in our Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Director Ellen McDougall also returns to make her debut in the Globe with Shakespeare’s exuberant tale of romance and redemption, playing from 18 August.
For the night owls, our Midnight Matinées return this summer with A Midsummer Night’s Dream . Performances start at 11.59pm, so as the city settles down and fades away to sleep, revel in the enchanting atmosphere of the Globe under the stars and experience Shakespeare’s plays in a truly unique and magical way.
Shakespeare in the Abbey returns 29 – 31 March 2023 for a series of promenade performances in the iconic and sacred space of Westminster Abbey. Audiences are invited to explore the Abbey, encountering actors performing some of Shakespeare’s much-loved speeches and sonnets.
Shakespeare in the Abbey returns 29 – 31 March for a run of promenade performances in the sacred Westminster Abbey.
Burnt at the Stake, or The Whole of the Truth celebrates the boldest new writing in the Globe Theatre on 13 October.
And in a special night of storytelling on 13 October, we showcase the work of a team of anonymous writers and the tales that need to be told. If you were free, what would you write? If no-one knew you’d said it, what would you say? If you could tell ‘the whole of the truth’ what would you tell? Co-curated by Hannah Khalil and Morgan Lloyd Malcolm , and co-directed by Naeem Hayat and Indiana Lown-Collins , Burnt at the Stake, or The Whole of the Truth celebrates the boldest new writing in the Globe Theatre.
Visiting the Globe as a family? Keep reading for details on our bumper offer to keep younger audiences entertained this Summer…
Summer in our Globe Theatre sees a season that will surprise, challenge, excite, illuminate, provoke, and delight. Photographer: John Wildgoose
Adventure awaits for the whole family
If the thought of spending Spring/Summer cooped up indoors is driving the whole family to madness, we’ve got just the ticket to ease your cabin fever. Keep little monsters entertained with a host of plays, events, and workshops as part of our Summer 2023 season.
This year marks the 17th anniversary of our annual Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank project, created especially to introduce young people and students to Shakespeare. This March we turn to The Tempest , directed by Diane Page ( Julius Caesar , 2022) – venture to Prospero’s magical island in this 90-minute version of one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies.
Thanks to the continued support of Deutsche Bank and their Born to Be project, we are once more able to share over 20,000 free tickets with school children from London and Birmingham, as well as welcoming families to the Globe for their first experience of Shakespeare.
Created especially for young people, our Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank educational project returns for its 17th year with The Tempest , with public performances from 18 March.
Our hilarious family show, Midsummer Mechanicals , returns to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse from 21 July.
The Midsummer Mechanicals are back! After the mayhem they caused in our Sam Wanamaker Playhouse last year, Nick Bottom’s troupe return for more side-splitting fun for families and young people from 21 July.
Based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream and co-directed by Lucy Cuthbertson and Kerry Frampton , this ‘fantastically funny’ show for families sees the mischievous Mechanicals, led by the ‘unparalleled’ Bottom, attempt to stage a brand new play, but will it be as successful as their first?
From 15–18 July you can also catch Midsummer Mechanicals at Shakespeare North Playhouse , a replica Shakespearean theatre which opened in July 2022.
Our family festival of events returns this Easter and Summer. Uncover the magic of storytelling together in our practical, immersive Family Workshops , or journey through strange lands in our fun Storytelling Sessions exploring Shakespeare’s plays, including A Midsummer Night’s Dream , Macbeth , The Tempest , and Twelfth Night – and if you can’t wait until then, our February half-term events are already on sale!
Budding Young Actors and Young Academics can also get lost exploring Shakespeare’s plays on the stage and via the page, as part of our Summer Short Courses during the holidays, and we have Study Boost Sessions for teenagers.
There’s fun for all the family with our series of interactive events and workshops this Easter and Summer.
Travel back in time to Shakespeare’s London on our Globe Theatre Guided Tours , running throughout the Summer!
The whole family can travel back in time to Shakespeare’s London and hear 400 years of history unfold on a Globe Theatre Guided Tour , running throughout the summer.
Our expert time travellers will reveal all the secrets of our wooden ‘O’, and offer visitors the opportunity to discover Shakespeare at the playhouse for which he wrote, learn more about the history of London, and the story of the Globe Theatre itself. For those with little ones, our family-friendly tours are the perfect introduction for younger visitors!
Phew! What an adventure – we look forward to welcoming the whole family through our great oak doors. Keep reading for details on our series of world-leading Research events, perfect for taking a deeper exploration into Shakespeare’s world.
As well as sharing incredible stories in our open-air Globe Theatre, we’ll also be delving deeper into Shakespeare’s works through our series of Research events. Photographer: Johan Persson
Uncover Shakespeare’s impact on the world with our Research events
Our world-leading Research continues this summer with the return of our Anti-Racist Shakespeare webinars, our exploration into Early Modern performance practice through our Research in Action programme, the return of our bespoke Study Days on Shakespeare’s plays, and we’ll be marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s First Folio in a special lecture .
In Anti-Racist Shakespeare , actors and scholars of colour join together for an online webinar series exploring the relationship between race, social justice, and Shakespeare, with discussions on A Midsummer Night’s Dream , The Comedy of Errors , Macbeth , and As You Like It .
As well as taking place live on Zoom, these webinars will also be available to watch indefinitely on our YouTube channel – catch up on our previous sessions now.
We continue our research in the field of Shakespeare and Race with new webinars exploring the plays in our Summer 2023 season.
Our experimentation into the staging of Early Modern drama returns with our Research in Action workshops.
This year sees the return of Research in Action , our programme of workshops where we explore the weird and wonderful world of Early Modern drama. In Play On Shakespeare , we explore how Shakespeare’s words are translated for today and in Framing the Play , we examine how playbills, prologues and performance paraphernalia affected an audiences reception of plays.
Inspired by our Summer 2023 productions, you can delve deeper into the world of Shakespeare’s plays in our interactive Study Days . Join a range of speakers for a series of seminars and discussions, culminating in a conversation with Actors from our Summer shows.
To mark the 400th anniversary of the first printed edition of Shakespeare’s collected plays, Professor Emma Smith explores the cultural and societal value in the saving and publishing of Shakespeare’s works for future generations in a special Folio 400 lecture . Combining research, analysis and insightful humour, this talk will consolidate understanding for audiences, students and academics both new to and with enduring passion for Shakespeare.
You can also learn more about Elizabethan publishing processes in our new walking tour: Shakespeare’s Printers and Playscripts .
More information about our 400 th anniversary celebrations will follow soon.
2023 sees us celebrate the 400th anniversary of the publication of Shakespeare’s First Folio.
So, when can you get your hands on tickets to our Summer 2023 season? Keeping reading for those all-important booking details, as well as how you can win an exclusive gift package as a Member of Shakespeare’s Globe.
We cannot wait to welcome you back to our wooden ‘O’ this summer – Public Booking for Summer 2023 opens on 7 February 2023. Photographer: Clive Sherlock
Win an exclusive gift package
We have 50 exclusive gift packages to give away to celebrate our Summer 2023 season and the 400th anniversary of the publication of Shakespeare’s First Folio.
Our gift package includes: a limited-edition print of our Folio-inspired lettering; a reproduction copy of a First Folio play; a signed Summer 2023 play programme; and taster bottles of Seedlip non-alcoholic spirit, all bundled together in a newly-designed tote bag.
To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is become a Member before our Priority Booking period ends.
The all-important booking information
So, when can you get your hands on tickets to our Summer 2023 season?
Advanced Priority Booking for Patrons opens next Tuesday 24 January at 10.00am. Priority Booking for Friends opens Tuesday 31 January at 10.00am. Sign up as a Member today to access Priority Booking for our summer season, as well as special discounts, invites to exclusive events, workshops and exhibitions, and a dose of insightful articles with our Globe Magazine .
Public Booking opens the following week on Tuesday 7 February at 10.00am.
Once more, hundreds of £5 standing tickets will be available for every performance this summer, with hundreds more at £10. Book early for the best prices.
£5 Yard tickets and £15 seating tickets are also available for Schools groups, subject to availability. A limited number of £5 tickets will also be released close to each performance, providing a last chance way to access the cheapest tickets. Further details will follow in Spring 2023.
You can also save 25% on £65 and £59 tickets when booking two or more productions in the same transaction.
Good company, good wine, good welcome can make good people…
Step into the story this summer and discover timeless worlds, experience a kaleidoscope of emotions, and imagine possible futures with us at Shakespeare’s Globe.
Our Summer 2023 season opens 27 April 2023 and runs until 29 October 2023. Discover more about the season .
Become a Member today to access Advanced & Priority Booking from 24 January 2023.
Public Booking opens 7 February 2023.
Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank is supported by Deutsche Bank’s Born to Be programme.
Midsummer Mechanicals is a co-production with Splendid Productions.
Anti-Racist Shakespeare is sponsored by Cambridge University Press.
Our Research in Action event is in partnership with Play On Shakespeare, a major translation project launched by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
The redevelopment of Globe Player has been made possible through support from The Linbury Trust.
Summer 2023 photography by Johan Persson. Typeface by Typeland.
Member Competition Terms & Conditions. This competition is open until Tuesday 7 February 2023, 10.00am. Customers will be automatically entered into the draw if they (a) purchase a Shakespeare’s Globe membership and (b) purchase at least one ticket for a production in our Summer 2023 season before the closing date. Winners will be drawn randomly.
Multi-buy offer Terms & Conditions. Limited availability. This offer only applies to £65 and £59 tickets purchased for A Midsummer Night’s Dream , The Comedy of Errors , As You Like It and Macbeth before 1 March 2023. Discount will be applied automatically once eligible tickets have been added to your basket. Tickets must be purchased in the same transaction and the discount cannot be applied retrospectively. This offer is available online at shakespearesglobe.com, by phone via the Shakespeare’s Globe box office, and in person from the Shakespeare’s Globe Box Office (21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT). This offer is not available through any third party retailers. We reserve the right to end this offer at any time.
New releases on globe player: the latest shows to watch this winter, this wooden o: the history of our unique shape, 50 shakespeare words and their meanings.
- A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
- ABIGAIL GRAHAM
- AS YOU LIKE IT
- ELLEN MCDOUGALL
- FIRST FOLIO
- GLOBE THEATRE
- GUIDED TOURS
- MICHELLE TERRY
- PLAYING SHAKESPEARE WITH DEUTSCHE BANK
- SAM WANAMAKER PLAYHOUSE
- SEAN HOLMES
- SHAKESPEARE AND RACE
- THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
- THE TEMPEST
- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
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