The cast includes: Niall Ashdown, Edie Edmundson, Guy Hughes, Kezrena James, Katy Owen, Karl Queensborough and Elizabeth Westcott. The company will be completed by musicians Dave Johnsy, Alex Heane and Jon Gingell.
The cast includes: Niall Ashdown, Edie Edmundson, Guy Hughes, Kezrena James, Katy Owen, Karl Queensborough and Elizabeth Westcott. The company will be completed by musicians Dave Johnzy, Alex Heane and Jon Gingell.
Matthew Dunster, this new spy thriller brings to life the world of Sir Francis Walsingham’s vast surveillance network in the court of Elizabeth I and asks what we are prepared to sacrifice in order to ensure our safety.
The full cast will include: Aidan McArdle (Sir Francis Walsingham), Tara Fitzgerald (Elizabeth I), Edmund Kingsley (Pooley), David Partridge (Anthony Babington/Miles/Davy), Cassie Layton (Frances), Sam Marks (Sir Philip Sidney/ Robert Southwell), Abraham Popoola (John Ballard), Ian Redford (Sir William Cecil/Topcliffe/Palmer) and Colin Ryan (Phelippes).
Aidan McArdle makes his Shakespeare’s Globe debut alongside Tara Fitzgerald, Abraham Popoola, Cassie Layton, Sam Marks, Ian Redford and Colin Ryan who have tread the boards of the Globe stage and will star in the Playhouse for the first time.
The Secret Theatre will run in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse from Thursday 16 November until Saturday 16 December 2017. Standing tickets from just £10.Book tickets
Some familiar faces from our Summer of Love move into the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse for Romantic Anonymous this winter.
Marc Antolin (Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night), Carly Bawden (Maria in Twelfth Night), Gareth Snook (Lord Capulet in Romeo and Juliet), and Dominic Marsh (Tristan in Kneehigh’s Tristan & Yseult) will be joined by Philip Cox, Joe Evans, Natasha Jayetileke, Joanna Riding and Lauren Samuels to tell this funny, charming and awkward love story.
This new musical will be directed by Emma Rice, with book written by Emma
Rice, lyrics by Christopher Dimond, and music by Michael Kooman,
presented by special arrangement with Radio Mouse Entertainment.
As part of our Against Prejudice event celebrating the life of Ira Aldridge, we are delighted to welcome Rakie Ayola, Ray Fearon and Justin Avorth to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse for a staged reading of Professor Tony Howard’s
acclaimed drama-documentary Ira Aldridge, Theatre
Ray Fearon returns to Shakespeare’s Globe after playing the titular role in Macbeth, 2016.
Directed by Jason Morell, our actors will be joined by Una May and the Coventry Belgrade’s Black Youth Theatre.
For the second half of the evening our performers will be joined by
David Olusoga (BBC Historian), Joseph Mydell (Actor), Martin Hoyles (Biographer) and Joseph Marcell (Actor) to form a panel considering the importance of Ira Aldridge’s achievements for his time and ours.
Suzanne Ahmet, James Askill, Oliver Bennet, Selina Cadell, Emma Denly, Tim Frances, Nat Graham, Bella Heesom, Lucy-Rose Leonard, Patrick Walshe McBride, Alex Mugnaioni, Emma Pallant, Rebecca Todd, James Thorne, Leo Wan, Rowan Williams
Pictured: Title page of Sapho and Phao, John LyLy (1584)
Gina McKee will play the title role in our production of Boudica, a new play which charts the story of one of Britain’s most famous warrior queens.
The full cast: Bethan Clark, Samuel Collings, Owen Findlay, Jenny Fitzpatrick, Kate Handford, Joan Iyiola, Brian Martin, Forbes Masson (above L-R), Gina McKee, Anna-Maria Nabirye, Abraham Popoola, Clifford Samuel, Natalie Simpson and Tok Stephen (below L-R).
Written by Tristan Bernays and directed by Eleanor Rhode, Boudica opens on Friday 8 September in The Globe Theatre.
We’re thrilled to announce the full cast for Nancy Meckler’s upcoming production of King Lear. Joining Kevin McNally will be…
Emily Bruni (Goneril), Louisa Beadel (Ensemble/Musician), Burt Caesar (Gloucester), Ralph Davis (Edmund), Joshua James (Edgar), Kevin McNally (Lear), Christopher Nayak (Oswald), Loren O’Dair (Fool), Thomas Padden (Albany), Saskia Reeves (Kent), Sirine Saba (Regan), Faz Singhateh (Cornwall), Kenton Thomas (Ensemble), Buom Tihngang (France), and Anjana Vasan (Cordelia).