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Linzi Tate 25m
Saw last night, it was ace! Loud and unapologetic theatre. I want to see more shows with deafening metal music half way through and a barrage of F bombs. Kept me engaged. Thanks for coming 😎
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F. Güney Sep 22
I think I can understand approximately 10% of Shakespeare plays combined with the British accent. Will it stop me from trying, nooo.
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Rye English Sep 18
A-level English and Drama students are looking forward to seeing by at tonight. Especially interested to see their take on the Othello/Iago dynamic after some great in-class discussion.
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Ryan Early Sep 18
I bought two great tickets to see Mark Rylance in for Friday 28th September and can't make it.. cost 50 each but make me an offer if anyone wants them..
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tory scroggins 20m
Tonight's rehearsal was confirmation of what I already suspected. We are going to have a GREAT show! Opens Friday! Tickets are on sale now at
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Devika Bhat Sep 19
Unfortunate side-effect of parenthood: no longer being able to watch one of the finest actors of our times playing one of the great villains on stage without thinking “Don’t do it, Flop, you’re better than this masterful display of breathtaking evil!”
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Septsown Sep 21
I just saw the amazing, incomparable on stage right in front of my face!!! There aren’t enough words to express how grateful I am to have been able to come to London and see him work....on my birthday!! 🙏🏽🎉🎂🎭
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CM Jamaicano Sep 20
This Iago feller is a bit of a bellend.
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psm 8h
i saw this on a crummy vhs. the photography & scene-blocking (and wotnot) were stunning. hopefully even better on blu-ray, wot?
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Jonathan Arun Sep 18
Can't wait to see Victor Oshin () in his opening performance as the title role in 's tonight
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eleanor anstruther Sep 18
Now look here I came to last night and it was totally fucking superb. Don’t know why I’m cross about it. Maybe because performance that good gets me all riled up. Or maybe because up until now I’ve not really been that wild about Shakespeare
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Shakespeare's Globe Sep 22
Coming to see ? Find out more about the real, 17th century Venice that inspired our production (📸 Simon Annand)
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Jake Sep 19
My computer died, and I’m out of wifi range, so I’m cutting Othello with an offline Google doc. Hoo doggie...
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Sarah B Sep 21
Anyone want 3 tickets to see at the tonight? I'm too ill to go and tickets are at the box office available to be collected. Message me for details.
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Stephanie Mieko Sep 19
MARK FUCKING RYLANCE
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Karen Liebreich Sep 24
Weren't the costumes overall pretty dreadful? Iago as Super Mario channelling Columbo, Emilia in 70s glam looking like Grace Jones (acting like her too), Desdemona in my granny's nightie, in a spray-on white polo. Men in nappy harem pants, women in side bustles. WTF?
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Greg Wood 18h
First time at the Globe. £5 to stand at the edge of the stage, best value in London/anywhere?
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sara cox Sep 20
Incredible afternoon - my first time Watched starring & Mark Rylance. Absolutely mesmerising, awesome cast. What a place. My gyal and I loved it 🙌🏽
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Gained in Translation Sep 16
Replying to @earlymodatLancs
Glad you enjoyed my review of ! ☺️ And nice to 'see' you too. You've tempted me to the Pat Barker, but first I have to re-read Frankenstein for a new course I'm teaching. Am not complaining though...❤️📚
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