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Sir Thomas More

Sir Thomas MoreT0445880393
The play champions the plight of refugees and depicts the May Day Riots of 1517 and the eventual demise of Thomas More. Heavily censored for fear of inciting further violence, the play wasn't printed until the 20th century.
Author Anthony Munday
Author Henry Chettle
Author Thomas Heywood
Author Thomas Dekker
Author William Shakespeare

Archive :: production:T0445880393, play:S1082203726, venue:V165

Production details

(first performance date unknown, published 1910) Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Part of the Read Not Dead season


VenueShakespeare's Globe Theatre
Other spaces: Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Inigo Jones, Globe Education Centre Theatre (Park Street)
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From17th June 2018
To17th June 2018
What is currently on at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (V165)


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Director James Wallace
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