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Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank






The Taming of the Shrew



An invigorating performance that encourages debate in the classroom.

Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank performances are created for young people and designed to support your teaching of English in the UK National Curriculum at Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 as well as being suitable for those teaching international curricula. This year's production is The Taming of the Shrew, with performances taking place from 28 February - 25 March. Visit our dedicated website for The Taming of the Shrew to read more about the play and characters. You will also find teaching resources and interviews that are kept up to date throughout the production.

The Taming of the Shrew is a story of sibling rivalry, perceptions and expectations of women and the power of fathers and husbands. The performance is guaranteed to leave children and adults alike buzzing with the thrill of live theatre.

It is an opportunity to attend a full-scale, fast-paced 90 minute performance within the unique architecture for which Shakespeare wrote.

Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank will build deep understanding of the play and leave students and adults alike inspired by the experience of live theatre.

To find out more about our 2017 production or to book tickets visit shakespearesglobe.com/playing-shakespeare or email playingshakespeare@shakespearesglobe.com




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Globe Education’s Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank website offers a collection of free online resources, aimed to support the study of Shakespeare in schools. With a variety of creative ways to engage with language, character, themes and performance, this website aims to provide students with unique opportunities to interact and engage with Shakespeare.


Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank is Globe Education's flagship project for schools in London and Birmingham, with 20,000 free tickets given to students for a full-scale Shakespeare production created specifically for young people.




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