William Shakespeare events in London

William ShakespeareWilliam Shakespeare fans should definitely visit the Globe Theatre – a perfect reconstruction of his Elizabethean playhouse. There’s a museum with some Shakespeare artifacts underneath. Or how about a day-trip to Stratford-upon-Avon to see his original timber-framed Tudor house?

Shakespeare plays in June

Read Craig’s review… Read my review of Julius Caesar to find out what it’s like to watch some Shakespeare at the Globe. I’ve done a guided tour as well, and seen his Tudor home in Stratford

Globe Theatre Guided Tour at Globe Theatre

Guided tour of Shakespeares Globe

Have a tour of William Shakespeares Globe and learn what Elizabethan life was like for the worlds most famous playwright
Henry Iv Part I at Globe Theatre

Henry IV - Part 1

23 Apr to The first part of Shakespeares history of Henry IV which tells the story of Harry Hotspurs battle with Prince Hal to become king of England
Henry Iv Part Ii at Globe Theatre

Henry IV - Part 2

25 Apr to The second part of Henry IV follows Falstaffs attempts to raise an army for the dying king whilst wishing for the war to be over
Henry V at Globe Theatre

Shakespeares Henry V

30 Apr to When the French dismiss Henry Vs claim to his ancestral lands across the Channel he marches the English army to Agincourt
Twelfth Night at Globe Theatre

Shakespeares Twelfth Night

4 May to Twelfth Night is a farcical tale of mistaken identities and is one of William Shakespeares most popular comedies
Pericles at Globe Theatre

Shakespeares Pericles

5 May to Prince Pericles flees his kingdom and takes to the sea for an adventure that leaves him shipwrecked and fighting for his love
Comedy Of Errors at Globe Theatre

The Comedy of Errors

6 May to Shakespeares witty play of mistaken identity sees two sets of estranged twins wandering through the streets of the same town
Merry Wives Of Windsor at Globe Theatre

The Merry Wives of Windsor

17 May to See one of Shakespeares best-loved characters get his comeuppance when Falstaff tries to woo the Merry Wives of Windsor
A Midsummer Nights Dream at Globe Theatre

A Midsummer Nights Dream

28 Jun to Shakespeares tale about the arrival of the king and queen of the fairies to the forest and the complicated love life of two couples

Shakespeare plays starting in August

As You Like It at Globe Theatre

Shakespeares As You Like It

7 Aug to The Globe Theatre will be putting on a production of Shakespeares cross-dressing romantic comedy As You Like It
The Tempest at Westminster Abbey

Outdoor production of The Tempest

7 to Watch an outdoor production of Shakespeares The Tempest round the side of Westminster Abbey in Deans Yard

Outdoor cinema - Shakespeare In Love

15 Aug 2019 Watch the Gwyneth Paltrow movie Shakespeare In Love at an open-air cinema screen round the side of Westminster Abbey
A Midsummer Nights Dream at Kenwood House

A Midsummer Nights Dream

18 Aug 2019 An outdoor performance of Shakespeares comedy about the king and queen of the fairies and a couple of confused lovers at Kenwood House

Shakespeare plays starting in October

Globe Theatre

Shakespeare-inspired comedy at the Globe Theatre

18 Oct 2019 The Comedy Store Players will be performing Shakespeare-inspired jokes and improvised skits at the Globe
 
Events Shakespeare-related events Fans of the bard can check our events guide for a list of all the upcoming plays, museum exhibitions and guided walks about William Shakespeare.
Shakespeares As You Like It The Globe Theatre will be putting on a production of Shakespeare's cross-dressing romantic comedy As You Like It.
Outdoor production of The Tempest Watch an outdoor production of Shakespeare's The Tempest round the side of Westminster Abbey in Dean's Yard
A Midsummer Nights Dream Shakespeare's tale about the arrival of the king and queen of the fairies to the forest, and the complicated love life of two couples.
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