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[IMAGE] A silhouette of a man with a donkey's head and his hands on his hips on a pink background with the words 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' and 'Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank' next to it.

'About the wood go swifter than the wind'

Booking is now open for all schools for our 2021 Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank production. 

Many schools have already been swift to book their space so we definitely recommend reserving a spot for your school over the next few weeks to avoid disappointment. 

A Midsummer Night's Dream runs throughout March and is accompanied by teacher CPD sessions, student workshops and free online resources. 

We're thrilled to be able to open up the Globe Theatre space for schools for this project again in the spring and very much hope you and your students will join us. 

Reserve your place.

[IMAGE] Actors in a previous Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank production dance the final jig.

Teachers in state secondary schools in London and Birmingham, click below for more information on how to book the production, CPD sessions and student workshops for your school.  

[IMAGE] Actors in a previous Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank production dance the final jig and clap their hands.

Teachers in state secondary schools outside London or Birmingham, or in an independent school or primary school anywhere in the UK, click below for information on how to book for the production, CPD sessions and student workshops for your school.

Teachers' comments from previous productions.

‘It’s fun, it enhances their understanding, it builds up their cultural capital… they all deserve to have access to experiences like this.’ 

Much Ado About Nothing, 2018

'A highlight of our school calendar… students have not stopped talking about the production'

Romeo and Juliet, 2019

'A fantastic opportunity to see an abridged performance in such an amazing venue; the opportunity allowed our students to develop their context of London and Shakespeare's Globe.' 

Macbeth, 2020

December anti-racist CPD workshop.

Join us on 12 December for our popular online Teaching anti-racist Shakespeare CPD teacher training session. 

Focusing on Othello and The Merchant of Venice, this highly practical workshop is ideal for Secondary English and Drama teachers keen to open up important discussions in their classrooms. 

Tickets for this two-hour session are just £20.

[IMAGE] The words ' CPD: Teaching anti-racist Shakespeare' appear on a red background with black and white fingerprints on it.

Watch Romeo and Juliet until February half term.

[IMAGE] Actors playing Romeo and Juliet hold their palms together and look into each other's eyes. The words 'Romeo and Juliet' and the Deutsche Bank Born to Be logo are beside them.

Don't forget you have until the end of February half term 2021 to watch our 2019 Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank production of Romeo and Juliet online.  

To watch the production, simply click on the button below and access your free stream of this lively and engaging 90 minute performance of Shakespeare's famous tragedy in the Globe Theatre.

Festive family cheer.

Get your festive family entertainment off to a flying start with our seasonal series of Telling Tales interactive digital storytelling and workshop events. We have a fresh out of the box version of The Winter’s Tale to enchant you, and there’s another chance to catch the magic of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the romance of Romeo and Juliet or the ghastliness of Macbeth.

[IMAGE] The words ' Telling Tales Online workshop and storytelling sessions' appear on a background with holly and snowflakes.

Deck the halls.

[IMAGE] Sandi Toksvig appears in a snowman costume with the words 'Christmas at the Snow Globe' next to her.
A reminder that our festive film premiere of Christmas at the (Snow) Globe featuring Sandi Toksvig will be available to watch from 21 December to 5 January. 

You and your students can enjoy the film together with a £30 Classroom ticket, or you can purchase tickets for your household to enjoy the spectacle over the festive season.