New digital shows for schools!

Happy New Year! We are delighted to share that, building on the success of our digital shows for schools in 2020, we are adding ROMEO AND JULIET to our repertoire in February. These are perfect for remote learning, or in the classroom. Macbeth, A Christmas Carol and The Play’s The Thing are also available.

See times and dates HERE.

Digital shows available (Click on each to find out more!)

Romeo and Juliet

Macbeth

A Christmas Carol
The Play’s The Thing

See trailer here!

Don’t miss our special live broadcasts of THE PLAY’S THE THING on 23rd April!

To celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday, we are broadcasting this popular introduction to Shakespeare for all ages. CONTACT US to book your school’s place in our digital audience!

Each live-streamed performance is accessed via YouTube, for £150 (+VAT) per school. This can be watched in your classroom or school hall, on laptops and tablets, or sent home so that students can watch independently. Each show is available on catch up for seven days after the initial broadcast, and every performance is followed by a live Q&A session with our actors.

Autumn 2020: Live-stream performances

Shakespeare for schools, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, A Christmas Carol

“WE HAVE MARKED THIS DAY AS THE DAY THE GLOBE PLAYERS INTRODUCED OVER 400 OF OUR CHILDREN TO WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE AND BEGAN A LOVE FOR HIS WORKS THAT WILL LAST THEM A LIFETIME.” DR TRIPLETT’S SCHOOL

At the end of the Summer term we piloted two live, ONLINE VERSIONS of our productions, which were watched by schools all over the UK. The feedback was overwhelming, so we are delighted to announce new performance dates for the Autumn term!

Get the link, have access to the live broadcast and watch online at school, at home or on the move for seven days afterwards! No timetabling issues and no distancing problems!

Now available for live-stream performances:

MACBETHA CHRISTMAS CAROL
THE PLAY’S THE THINGCHRISTMAS WITH DICKENS!

See all available live-stream dates here!

Contact us to book your school’s place in our online audience.

I wanted to say how much we enjoyed the virtual performance of ‘Macbeth’ on Tuesday.  We have already had comments from students saying that it really helped revise the text and interestingly focus on key quotes and characters. We will certainly be looking out for future opportunities to engage with these events

HARRIS GIRL’S ACADEMY, EAST DULWICH

Student audience feedback:

 

I thoroughly enjoyed this showcase as I learned many new things whilst being entertained. Thank you, I found it amazing .

I think the green screen for the backgrounds really helped make it feel like a real live play at a real theatre.

 This gave an extraordinary overview of Shakespeare.

Students from Hampton High School