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Today in history: Richard Burbage, the great actor and shareholder in the Globe theatre died on this day in 1619.
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To think of all the roles he performed for the first time in history.

Has there every been an actor as fortunate as he?
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A hundred thousand welcomes! We've had a bit of play and added up a bit of sample content to our G+ page, but the question is: what would you like to see here?
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Just the tour, as an English Lit. student I was so excited, it was an electrifying experience, next time I'll definitely see a production.
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In honour of our revival of The Comedy of Errors going on tour to the USA, we thought we'd dig out some footage from the 2009 production to give you a sense of what it might be like. Estranged brothers and mistaken identities, The Comedy of Errors is a hectic tale of hilarious cross-purposes and manic slapstick.
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As we're gearing up to our Globe to Globe festival, we thought we'd bring you an extract from King John, the earliest surviving Shakespeare play recorded on film!
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In the Victorian era King John was one of the most frequently performed of Shakespeare's plays due to its spectacle and pageant. if you'd like to see it at the Globe, find out more here: http://globetoglobe.shakespearesglobe.com/plays/king-john
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Don't forget! This Thursday we have a delicious talk from Dr Joan Fitzpatrick, on food in Shakespeare's England.
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Beginning on 21 April 2012, we will be hosting an unprecedented programme of multi-lingual Shakespeare productions when 37 international companies will present every one of Shakespeare's plays in a different language over six weeks. But which will you be coming to see?
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Dedicated to the performance and exploration of Shakespeare's work and playhouse
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Shakespeare's Globe is a unique international resource dedicated to the exploration of Shakespeare's work and the playhouse for which he wrote, through the connected means of performance and education.