Part of the borderline insane schedule we’d set ourselves was seeing Taming of the Shrew at Shakespeare’s Globe. It was a great highlight, helping us to understand exactly why Shakespeare’s audience was enthralled and sucked into the drama.

1. Southwark Bridge. They like to play with colour under the Southwalk Bridge, a nice sight when one walks towards the Globe.

Southwalk Bridge

Southwalk Bridge

2 – 5. The Globe. It’s a fascinating place to see Shakespeare performed, from the groundlings to the theatre in the round. Plus, there was the added bonus of a bit of pre theatre music, including a very cute viol player.

Globe 1

Globe 1

Globe 2

Globe 2

Cute Viol Player

Cute Viol Player

Exterior of the Globe

Exterior of the Globe

 

 

 

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