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THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 9TH SEPTEMBER 2012

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Underground Stations

Distance

 

9 mins from World Shakespeare Festival

 
Borough Tube Station

196-198 Borough High Street, London, Southwark, SE1 1JX

10 mins from World Shakespeare Festival

 
London Bridge Tube Station

21 Dukes Street Hill, London, Bankside, SE1 9SP

10 mins from World Shakespeare Festival

 

Mainline Stations

Distance

 
London Bridge Railway Station

London Bridge Street, London, Bankside, SE1 9SP , Underground lines: Northern, Jubilee

10 mins from World Shakespeare Festival

 
Waterloo Railway Station

, London, South Bank, SE1 7LT , Underground lines: Waterloo & City, Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee

15 mins from World Shakespeare Festival

 
Waterloo East Railway Station

Waterloo Station, London, South Bank, SE1 8SW

15 mins from World Shakespeare Festival

 

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The London Borough of Southwark

 
The London Borough of Southwark

Southwark Southwark is the historical home of the capital's arts and entertainments industry. London's first theatres, the Globe, the Hope and The Rose were all built there in the 16th century and Shakespeare's plays first performed there. The rebuilt Globe theatre is now one of the best theatres in London, while the neighbouring Tate Modern, housed in the stupendous Bankside Power Station, is among the world's most popular art galleries. London's modern City Hall and the magnificent, gothic Southwark Cathedral, complete a remarkable set of buildings that show five centuries of London's architectural achievements. Next to Bankside, the borough takes in the up-and-coming areas of Bermondsey, Camberwell and Peckham, where Only Fools and Horse was set. This part of London is currently popular with young professionals and artists due to its proximity to the centre of town and low property prices. Nearby Borough Market is heaving with fresh, organic food and drink. In the south of the borough lies leafy, suburban Dulwich which forms a welcome contrast to the bustling energy that defines the rest of one of London's oldest areas.

 
 

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Antony & Cleopatra
Theatre | Until 1st September 2014 

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

William Shakespeare's drama of sex and politics features Eve Best as the Queen of the Nile, with Clive Wood as ...More

Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar
Theatre | Until 11th October 2014 

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Shakespeare's Globe artistic director Dominic Dromgoole directs this new staging of Julius Caesar set in Rome with Renaissance costumes. The ...More

 
Antony and Cleopatra
Antony and Cleopatra
Theatre | Until 1st September 2014 

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Eve Best, who played Wallis Simpson in the Oscar-winning film The King's Speech, returns to Shakespeare's Globe to play Cleopatra ...More

 
Holy Warriors
Holy Warriors
Theatre | Until 24th August 2014 

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Premiering at the Globe on 19th July 2014, David Eldridge's Holy Warriors is a story of holy war and bloody ...More

 
Pino Pascali
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2014 

Tate Modern 3 minutes walk from World Shakespeare Festival

Mark Godfrey curates an exhibition of works by one of the most important 1960s Italian artists, who favoured using steel ...More

Mark Rothko
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2014 

Tate Modern 3 minutes walk from World Shakespeare Festival

Maroon, dark red and black abstract paintings presented to the Tate by the artist himself, when he realised they would ...More

Thomas Hirschhorn And Germaine Richier
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2014 

Tate Modern 3 minutes walk from World Shakespeare Festival

Two contrasting sculptures that focus on the body, merging it with other forms. Curated by Matthew Gale....More

Nicholas Hlobo
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2014 

Tate Modern 3 minutes walk from World Shakespeare Festival

Artworks which utilise craft techniques of stitching and weaving to express the challenges of talking openly about homosexuality in South ...More

Homeworkers
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2014 

Tate Modern 3 minutes walk from World Shakespeare Festival

An exhibition, curated by Ann Coxon and Valentina Ravagli, of artworks employing materials traditionally associated with the domestic sphere. Artists ...More

Everyday Alchemy: Contemporary Sculpture
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2014 

Tate Modern 3 minutes walk from World Shakespeare Festival

Sculptures which use commonplace objects to explore notions of value. Featured artists include Subodh Gupta, Haris Epaminonda, Rachel Harrison and ...More

 
 
 
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