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Shakespeare’s Globe Announces Summer Season 2022

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Shakespeare’s Globe is thrilled to announce the Summer Season 2022 full of pomp, pageantry, politics, and power. The season runs April – October 2022. Productions include:

  • Director Lucy Bailey returning to the Globe to direct Much Ado About Nothing
  • Henry VIII, with a new perspective by director Amy Hodge and writer Hannah Khalil
  • King Lear starring Kathryn Hunter and Michelle Terry, directed by Helena Kaut-Howson
  • The Tempest, directed by Globe Associate Artistic Director Sean Holmes
  • Julius Caesar, directed by winner of the JMK Award 2021, Diane Page
  • Sarah Frankcom, directing Macbeth with over 20,000 free tickets for teenagers
  • Joan, a powerful new play written by Charlie Josephine and directed by Ilinca Radulian

There really is something for everyone!

Michelle Terry, Artistic Director, says: “For our summer season 2022, our magnificent wooden ‘O’ will hold the past and present, the personal and political, power, pomp, pageantry and passion. The world beyond may be uncertain, but these plays are sure to guide us through the summer days with hope, strength, and purpose - and of course with people. Above all else there will be people. People being together, with other people. Summer Season 2022 at Shakespeare’s Globe. It’s going to be epic.”

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