Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identity, music and the madness of love, Twelfth Night, finds new life this summer in the Globe Theatre.
Illyria is a society in limbo, held captive by loss. Until a sea-drenched stranger arrives and unexpectedly unleashes the chaotic and transformative power of love.
Wild, surprising, fierce and funny, this fiery new production is directed by Globe Associate Artistic Director Sean Holmes and is infused with the mesmeric nostalgia and soulful music of the world of Americana.
Twelfth Night and A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be created and performed by the same ensemble.
If this were played upon a stage now, I could condemn it as an improbable fiction.
– Act III, Scene 4
You can book from 27-Oct-2021 to 30-Oct-2021.
When attending a performance at one of the Globe's theatres, you will be asked to arrive and queue at either the main foyer on New Globe Walk or the Groundling Gates on Bankside (opposite the river) at a specified time slot.
Instructions for where you should go and your time slot will be on your e-tickets and sent to you in a pre-visit email. On arrival you will be asked to do a temperature check before entering the building.
The venue is contactless. When you arrive, show your booking reference on a device. The Globe will only accept contactless payments, including Apple Pay. Cash not accepted.
Those over the age of 11 must wear a face covering for the duration of their visit to the Globe Theatre, unless they are exempt.
The Globe encourages a 1.5m social distance between people at all times – this will be enforced by staff and by visible floor markers.
Please follow any one-way or other directional signage that the Globe has put in place for your safety.
The Globe has hand sanitiser stations located across the site. There will also be enhanced cleaning, including toilets
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Exit the station, following signs for the River Thames/South Bank. As you reach the river, head west and the Globe is by the Tate Modern on the south side of the river.