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VenueShakespeare's Globe Theatre
Other spaces: Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Inigo Jones, Globe Education Centre Theatre (Park Street)
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From26th February 2020
To17th March 2020
What is currently on at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (V165)


Author Shakespeare

Archive :: production:T1071180046, kids show:S01350174498, venue:V165

Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank

A psychological thriller examining the dangers of political ambition, the Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank Macbeth is a gripping, full-scale 90 minute performance in the Globe Theatre. The perfect way to introduce young people to Shakespeare, these popular yearly productions are designed to break down walls to cultural access and empower teenagers to develop their creative curiosity. Expect fast-paced, dramatic, accessible performances and a show the whole family will enjoy.

Special Performances

  • 21 Mar 20 Relaxed
  • 21 Mar 20 Sign Interpreted
  • 21 Mar 20 Captioned

UKTW News/Reviews


User Reviews

Pal (07Mar20): Terrible- supposedly child friendly but a weird mix up of street cultural references with Shakespearean script- confusing and frankly dislikeable. A fantastic way to put a child off Shakespeare. More interesting for th actor / director than the audience. Perhaps it might be fair to consider Shakespeare knew more about entertaining than the contemporary theatrical teams who feel they have to ‘ mix it up’ to make it relevant to a young person. In the words of my son- ( tearfully) it was terrible...


Director Cressida Brown
Design Georgia Lowe
Music Jon McLeod
Choreographer Shelle Maxwell
Performer Mara Allen (Witch/Fleance)
Performer Aidan Cheng (Lady Macbeth)
Performer Molly Logan (Witch/Porter)
Performer Jessica Murrain (Witch/Lady Macduff)
Performer Samuel Oatley (Banquo)
Performer Ekow Quartey (Macbeth)
Performer Dickon Tyrrell (Duncan)
Performer Jack Wilkinson (Macduff)
Performer Amanda Wright (Ross)

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