The Taming of the Shrew

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 21ST JUNE 2013

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10th June 2013†until†21st June 2013
OPENING TIMES
2pm (11, 14 Jun), 7.30pm (10, 13, 19, 20, 21 Jun)
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£15-£32, standing £5, disabled £7.50-£16, under 18s £12-£29, family £110-£135

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An all-female cast performs Shakespeare's outrageous comedy The Taming of the Shrew at the Globe Theatre. In the Bard's celebrated battle of the sexes play, two wealthy sisters in Padua must be married off - with two competing suitors striving to gain the hand of the beautiful Bianca. But what will become of the wild, ungovernable, 'shrewish' Katherina? The contrasting sisters' father will not allow Bianca to date until her older sister also starts dating. Perhaps the gold-digging Petruchio - as maddeningly strong-willed and perverse as Katherina herself - will be equal to the task of succeeding where all others have failed and bully her to the altar. Audiences have delighted through the ages as these two hot-tempered livewires battle to confuse and outwit each other right up to the play's controversial conclusion. This small-scale touring production of The Taming of the Shrew should compliment the Rose Theatre Kingston's all-male cast of the same play earlier in the year.

About Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

This replica of the Shakespeare's 16th century theatre, reconstructed just 200 yards from its original site, is the brainchild of American actor and director Sam Wanamaker. Built in wood and thatch, using techniques from 400 years ago, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre opened in 1996. More about Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tours
event > Tours > Behind the Scenes - Theatres
DATES24th April 2013 to 31st December 2015
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
Founded by actor and director Sam Wanamaker, the Globe as it's seen today is a reconstruction of the original Elizabethan playhouse built in 1599, which was destroyed by a fire in 1613. Built approximately 230 metres from the original site, the theatre opened to the public in 1997 with a performance of Henry V. It has since continued to stage produ...†More about this event
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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event > Theatre > Shakespearean productions
DATES23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th Apr 2014
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
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Globe To Globe: HamletGlobe To Globe: HamletHamlet is charged to avenge the murder of his father, in Shakespeare's political tragedy. A pared-down version, directed by Dominic Dromgoole and Bill Buckhurst.23rd April 2014Saturday 26th April 2014 Where:
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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event > Theatre > Shakespearean productions
DATES23rd and 25th April 2014 at 7.30pm & 26th April 2014 at 2pm
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
Hamlet is charged to avenge the murder of his father, in Shakespeare's political tragedy. A pared-down version, directed by Dominic Dromgoole and Bill Buckhurst.
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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event > Theatre > Shakespearean productions
DATES28th April to 19th May 2014
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
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All's Well That Ends WellAll's Well That Ends WellFirst seen at Shakespeare's Globe as part of the 2012 Globe to Globe initiative, the Mumbai-based Arpana theatre company returns to London with All's Well That Ends Well, performed in Gujarati with scene synopses in English. Indian theatre-maker Sunil Shanbag directs this adaptation of Shakespeare's play, presented in the Bhangwadi theatre style - 5th May 2014Saturday 10th May 2014 Where:
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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event > Theatre > Shakespearean productions
DATES5th to 10th May 2014
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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event > Concerts > Classical
DATESSunday 11th May 2014 at 7pm & Monday 12th May 2014 at 8pm
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
Viol consort Phantasm, soprano Dame Emma Kirkby and tenor Stuart Jackson join Trevor Pinnock on the virginals to perform music and poetry from the golden age of Queen Elizabeth I.
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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event > Theatre > Shakespearean productions
DATES17th May to 24th August 2014
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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event > Theatre > Shakespearean productions
DATES17th May to 24th August 2014
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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event > Theatre > Adaptations
DATES31st May & 1st Jun, 7th Jun and 9th Jun 2014
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21† New Globe Walk† Bankside† † SE1 9DT
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event > Theatre > Shakespearean productions
DATES2nd to 7th Jun 2014
VENUEShakespeare's Globe Theatre†
Deafinitely Theatre, a theatre company which aims to bridge the gap between deaf and hearing audiences, and who performed Love's Labour‚€™s Lost as part of the 2012 Globe to Globe project, return to Shakespeare's Globe in June 2014 to perform A Midsummer Night's Dream in British Sign Language with scene synopses in English, promising "a teasing, g...†More about this event

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