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SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE
Founder: Sam Wanamaker
Project Architect: Theo Crosby

GLOBE 1972 (1 Jul-9 Sep)
First JOHN PLAYER SEASON (in Emerson Street Tent): THE SHOEMAKER'S HOLDAY (Crucible Theatre production), BRIEF LIVES (Roy Dotrice), THE CORNISH PASSION PLAY (Northcott Theatre production), 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE (NT Mobile production), PLEASURE AND REPENTENCE (RSC Theatregoround production), A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS (Crucible Theatre production), THE BEGGAR'S OPERA (Phoenix Opera), HAMLET

1972 (July): THE SHOEMAKER'S HOLDAY - Thomas Dekker (Bankside Globe Playhouse)
Crucible Theatre production: Oliver Smith, John Byron, Michael Carter, Norman Comer, Paul Lally, Douglas Campbell (as Simon Eyre), Ann Casson, James Tomlinson (as Hodge), John Halstead, Kay Barlow, Charles Keating, Ann Windsor, Bronwen Williams, Michael Jackson, Rowland Davies (as Hammon), Stephen Wheldon, John Pitt, Russell Falconer, James Smith, Sandra Walsh, Susan Wooldridge; dir:Douglas Campbell [10pp, 7.25x8.5; cast list, details of the John Player Season, programme notes, credits etc.; minor marks else VG] £4

1972 (Aug): HAMLET (Bankside Globe Playhouse)
Keith Michell (as Hamlet), Gary Raymond, David Gwillim, Peter Ellis, Ralph Nossek, Pamela Salem, George Camiller, Tony Gilby Garner, John McNulty, Marcus Tyler, Donald Houston (as Claudius), Ron Moody (as Polonius / 1st Gravedigger), Peter Harlowe, Peter Greene, Peter Davidson (as Bernardo / 2nd Gravedigger), Terry Leigh, Helen Cherry (as Gertrude), Carolyn Seymour (as Ophelia), Ronnie O'Neill; dir:Peter Coe [10pp, 7.25x8.5; cast list, details of the John Player Season, programme note, credits etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

GLOBE 1973
Second JOHN PLAYER SEASON: THE MALCONTENT, TWELFTH NIGHT, MACBETT, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA

1973 (17 Jul-4 Aug): MACBETT - Eugene Ionesco, version by Charles Marowitz (Bankside Globe Playhouse)
Belgrade Theatre, Coventry production: Malcolm Storry, David Henry, Victor Spinetti, Harry H Corbett, Marshall Jones, Jacqueline Morgan, Clive Belman, David Trevena, Tim Brown, Michael Greatorex, David Delve, Maeleine Orr, Gypsie Kemp, Ray Callaghan, Terry Scott, Frances Cuka, Carole Ann Ford, Basil Clark, John Pollendine, Ian McDiarmid, Graham Seed; dir:Charles Marowitz [14pp, 7.25x8.5; cast list, details of the John Player Season, programme notes, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1973 (26 Jun-14 Jul): TWELFTH NIGHT (Bankside Globe Playhouse)
Katie Flower, John Flanagan, Stanley Bates, Katharine Barker (as Viola), Alfred Marks (as Sir Toby Belch), Amanda Barrie, Jeremy Child, Dudley Sutton, Ann Firbank, Bryan Pringle (as Malvolio), Sam Kelly, James Ware, Weston Gavin; dir:Gordon McDougall and Michael Attenborough [10pp, 7.25x8.5; cast list, details of the John Player Season, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 1975
Third (and last) JOHN PLAYER SEASON

GLOBE 1976-94
1982 (23 Apr): Globe Trust receives the title to a 0.8 acre site to rebuild the Globe Theatre.
1986 (26 Jun): Legal battle with Southwark Council ends in favour of the Globe Trust.
1987 (Feb): Globe Trust receives planning consent to build the Globe.
1987 (16 Jul): Groundbreaking Ceremony: HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, sets the "Royal Oak" (taken from Windsor Great Park) that completes the 24 anchor posts erected.
1988: remains of The Rose Theatre discovered on an adjacent site.
1990: The Globe Trust is £2 million in debt, and the foundations are filled with water.
1990: THE TEMPEST performed in a tent on the site.
1991: Theo Crosby initiates a 'self-build' scheme.

1992: Peter McCurdy and Jon Greenfield begin to build The Globe.
1993: first performance in the shell of The Globe: DIE LUSTIGE WEIBER VON WINDSOR, presented by the Bremer Shakespeare Company.

1993 (18 Dec): Sam Wanamaker, the founder, dies.
1994 (12 Sep): Theo Crosby, the project architect, dies.

GLOBE 1995 Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
The Workshop Season (on a temporary stage in the nearly completed Globe)

1995 (16 Oct): Arts Council awards The Globe Trust £12.4 million from the National Lottery

GLOBE 1996 (21 Aug-15 Sep)
The Prologue Season: THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA; A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM and DAMON AND PYTHIAS (Northern Broadsides)

1996 (21 Aug-15 Sep): THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (Shakespeare's Globe)
Matthew Scurfield, Lennie James, Mark Rylance, George Innes, Graham Brown, Steven Alvey, Ben Walden, Jim Bywater, Stephanie Roth, Anastasia Hille, Aicha Kossoko, Andrew Fielding, Rebecca Lenkiewicz; dir:Jack Shepherd [4pp, 5.8x8.25; cast list, programme note, staff lists, credits etc.; VG] £3


GLOBE 1997 (27 May-21 Sep) Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
Opening Season of Shakespeare's Globe: THE LIFE OF HENRY THE FIFT, THE WINTER'S TALE, A CHASTE MAID IN CHEAPSIDE, THE MAID'S TRAGEDY, UMABATHA - The Zulu Macbeth

1997: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of the plays in the 1997 season, other events, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Details, theatre information etc. [16pp, 3.9x8.25; VG] £3

1997: THE LIFE OF HENRY THE FIFT (Shakespeare's Globe)
William Russell, Christian Camargo, Toby Cockerell, Steven Skybell, Rory Edwards, Craig Pinder, Ben Walden, John McEnery (as Governor of Harfleur, Archbishop of Canterbury, Pistol), David Fielder, Mark Rylance (as King Harry V of England), David Lear, Nick Fletcher, Matthew Scurfield, Bill Stewart, Vincent Brimble; dir:Richard Olivier [28pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, programme notes, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1997: THE WINTER'S TALE (Shakespeare's Globe)
Mark Lewis Jones (as Leontes), Anna-Livia Ryan, Ade Sapara, Andrew Bridgmont, Chris Porter, Mike Dowling, Belinda Davison (as Hermione), Joy Richardson, Lucy Campbell, Michael Gould, Jonathan Slinger (as Florizel), Patrick Godfrey, Dean Atkinson, Nicholas Le Prevost (as Autolycus), Polly Pritchett [28pp, 6.5x9.5; cast, credits, biographies, articles; VG] £4

1997: A CHASTE MAID IN CHEAPSIDE - Thomas Middleton, version by Malcolm McKay (Shakespeare's Globe)
Matthew Scurfield, Amelda Brown, Ben Walden, Katie MacNichol, William Russell, Rory Edwards (as Sir Walter Whorehound), John McEnery (as Sir Oliver Kix), Eve Matheson, Mark Rylance (as Mr Allwit), Elizabeth Meadows Rouse, Jules Melvin, David Fielder, Steven Skybell, Christian Camargo, Vincent Brimble, Bill Stewart, Nick Fletcher, Toby Cockerell, David Lear, Craig Pinder; dir:Malcolm McKay [32pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, synopsis, programme notes, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1997: THE MAID'S TRAGEDY - Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher (Shakespeare's Globe)
Nicholas Le Prevost (as King), Andrew Bridgmont, Jonathan Slinger (as Amintor), Geraldine Alexander, Mark Lewis Jones (as Melantius), Michael Gould, Anna-Livia Ryan, Patrick Godfrey, Dean Atkinson, Jonathan Bond, Lucy Campbell, Polly Pritchett, Joy Richardson, Belinda Davison, Mike Dowling, Chris Porter; dir:Lucy Bailey [32pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, synopsis, programme notes, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

1997: UMABATHA - The Zulu Macbeth (Shakespeare's Globe)
Thabani Patrick Tshanini, Dieketseng Mnisi; written and directed by Welcome Msomi [16pp, 4x11.75; cast list, colour production photos, credits etc.; VG] £3

GLOBE 1998 (19 May-19 Sep) Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
AS YOU LIKE IT, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, THE HONEST WHORE, A MAD WORLD, MY MASTERS, VENUS AND ADONIS

1998: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of the plays in the 1998 season, other events, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Details, theatre information etc. [16pp, 3.9x8.25; VG] £3

1998: AS YOU LIKE IT (Shakespeare's Globe)
David Rintoul, John McEnery (as Jaques), Wil Johnson, Michael Fenner, Martin Herdman, Anastasia Hille (as Rosalind), Tonia Chauvet, Jonathan Cecil, David Fielder, Jonathan Bond, Paul Hilton (as Orlando), Guy Moore, Leader Hawkins, Belinda Davison, Maggie Wills; dir:Lucy Bailey [28pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, programme notes, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1998: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Shakespeare's Globe)
Nicholas Monu, Morris Perry, Jack Shepherd (as Antonio), Mark Rylance (as Bassanio), Andrew French, Neil D'Souza, Benedict Wong, Clarence Smith, Norbert Kentrup (as Shylock), Ralph Watson, Marcello Magni, Robert Woods, Kathryn Pogson (as Portia), Sonia Ritter, Lilo Baur; dir:Richard Olivier [28pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, programme notes, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1998: THE HONEST WHORE - Thomas Dekker, with Thomas Middleton (Shakespeare's Globe)
Morris Perry, Mark Rylance (as Hippolito), Clarence Smith (as Matheo), Benedict Wong, Cristian Solimeno, Andrew French, Marcello Magni, Sonia Ritter, Lilo Baur, Ralph Watson (as Orlando), Robert Woods, Neil D'Souza, Nicholas Monu, Kathryn Pogson (as Viola, Penelope Whorehound, Catyrina Bountinall, Mistress Horseleach); dir:Jack Shepherd [28pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, programme notes, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1998: A MAD WORLD, MY MASTERS - Thomas Middleton (Shakespeare's Globe)
Jonathan Bond, Jonathan Cecil (as Sir Bounteous Progress), Tonia Chauvet, Belinda Davison, Michael Fenner, David Fielder, Leader Hawkins, Martin Herdman, Anastasia Hille, Paul Hilton, Wil Johnson, John McEnery (Master Shortrod Harebrain), Guy Moore, David Rintoul, Maggie Wells; dir:Sue Lefton [28pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, programme notes, company biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 1999 (13 May-26 Sep) Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
1599-1999 Anniversary Season: JULIUS CAESAR, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, AUGUSTINE'S OAK (Peter Oswald)

1999: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of the plays in the 1999 season, other events, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Details, theatre information etc. [16pp, 3.9x8.25; VG] £3

1999: JULIUS CAESAR (Shakespeare's Globe)
Danny Sapani (as Brutus), Toby Cockerell, James Gillan, Richard Bremmer (as Cassius), Liam Hourican, Ben Walden, Terence Maynard, Timothy Davies, Roger Gartland, Michael Rudko, Mark Lewis Jones (as Mark Anthony), Benedict Wong, Paul Shelley (as Caesar), Jimmy Gardner, Quill Roberts; dir:Mark Rylance [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, company photo, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1999: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Shakespeare's Globe)
Martin Turner, Robert Pickavance, Leader Hawkins, Vincenzo Nicoli (as Antipholus), Marcello Magni (as Dromio), Jan Knightley, Jules Melvin, Yolanda Vazquez, Terence McGinity, Harry Gostelow, Paul Chahidi, Philippa Stanton, Richard Trahair, Avril Clark; dir:Kathryn Hunter [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, company photo, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1999: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Shakespeare's Globe)
Paul Shelley (as Antony), Ben Walden (as Octavius Caesar), Timothy Davies, Toby Cockerell, Terence Maynard, John McEnery (as Enobarbus), Michael Rudko, Liam Hourican, Benedict Wong, Roger Gartland, Jimmy Gardner, Mark Lewis Jones, Quill Roberts, Mark Rylance (as Cleopatra), Danny Sapani, James Gillan; dir:Giles Block [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, company photo, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

1999: AUGUSTINE'S OAK - Peter Oswald (Shakespeare's Globe)
Terry McGinity (as Augustine), Paul Chahidi, Harry Gostelow, Jan Knightley, Robert Pickavance, Martin Turner (as King Ethelbert of Kent), Yolanda Vazquez (as Queen Bertha), Philippa Stanton, Sean O'Callaghan, Marcello Magni, Richard Trahair, Vincenzo Nicoli, Leader Hawkins, Jules Melvin, Avril Clark; dir:Tim Carroll [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, company photo, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 2000 (12 May-24 Sep) Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
THE TEMPEST, HAMLET, THE TWO NOBLE KINSMEN, THE ANTIPODES (Richard Brome)

2000: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of the plays in the 2000 season, other events, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Details, theatre information etc. [24pp, 3.9x8.25; VG] £3

2000: THE TEMPEST (Shakespeare's Globe, Bankside)
Vanessa Redgrave (as Prospero), Kananu Kirimi, Martin Turner, Terry McGinty, Sam Parks, Will Keen, Robert McBain, Tas Emiabata, Jonathan Oliver, Paul Chahidi, Steffan Rhodri, Geraldine Alexander (as Ariel/Ceres), Jasper Britton (as Caliban), Besa Berberi, Kate Fleetwood, Victoria Nolan; dir:Lenka Udovicki [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2000: HAMLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Tim Preece, Tim Woodward (as Claudius), Joanna McCallum (as Gertrude), Mark Rylance (as Hamlet), James Hayes, Mark Lockyer, Penny Layden (as Ophelia), Jan Knightley, Geoffrey Beevers, David Phelan, Harry Gostelow, Chris Tranchell, Roger Gartland, Tim Block, Leader Hawkins, Dragan Micanovic, Karen Tomlin; dir:Giles Block [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2000: TWO NOBLE KINSMEN - William Shakespeare and John Fletcher (Shakespeare's Globe)
Martin Turner (as Theseus), Yolanda Vazquez, Geraldine Alexander, Jonathan Oliver, Jasper Britton (as Palamon), Will Keen (as Arcite), Kananu Kirimi, Kate Fleetwood, Besa Berberi, Tas Emiabata, Robert McBain, Terry McGinity, Paul Chahidi, Sam Parks, Steffan Rhodri, Clara Sanabras; dir:Tim Carroll [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2000: THE ANTIPODES - Richard Brome (Shakespeare's Globe)
Tim Preece, Geoffrey Beevers, Joanna McCallum, James Hayes, Harry Gostelow, Penny Layden, Karen Tomlin, Tim Woodward, Roger Gartland, Mark Lockyer, Chris Tranchell, Tim Block, Dragan Micanovic, Jan Knightley, Mark Rylance, David Phelan, Leader Hawkins; dir:Gerald Freedman [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 2001 (12 May-23 Sep) Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
The Celtic Season: KING LEAR, MACBETH, CYMBELINE

2001: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of the plays in the 2001 season, other events, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Details, theatre information etc. [28pp, 3.9x8.25; VG] £3

2001: KING LEAR (Shakespeare's Globe)
Julian Glover (as Lear), Patricia Kerrigan, Felicity Dean, Tonia Chauvet, Geoffrey Whitehead (as Gloucester), Paul Brennen (as Edgar), Michael Gould (as Edmund), Bruce Alexander, John McEnery (as Lear's Fool), Harry Gostelow, Michael Fenner, Andrew Whipp, David Caron, Roger McKern, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Simon Hyde, Murray McArthur; dir:Barry Kyle [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2001: MACBETH (Shakespeare's Globe)
Terry McGinity, Chu Omambala, Mark Springer, Colin Hurley, Jasper Britton (as Macbeth), Eve Best (as Lady Macbeth), Paul Chahidi, Hilary Tones, Jan Knightley, Richard Attlee, Patrick Brennan, Liam Brennan, Jonathan Oliver, Liza Hayden; dir:Tim Carroll [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2001: CYMBELINE (Shakespeare's Globe)
Jane Arnfield, Richard Hope, Fergus ODonnell, John Ramm, Mark Rylance, Abigail Thaw; dir:Mike Alfreds [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 2002 (11 May-29 Sep) Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
The Season of Cupid and Psyche: TWELFTH NIGHT, THE GOLDEN ASS (Peter Oswald), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

2002: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of the plays in the 2002 season, other events, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Details, theatre information etc. [28pp, 3.9x8.25; VG] £3

2002: TWELFTH NIGHT (Shakespeare's Globe)
Michael Brown (as Viola), Rhys Meredith, Colin Hurley, Mark Rylance (as Olivia), Paul Chahidi, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Timothy Walker (as Malvolio), Bill Stewart, Albie Woodington, Liam Brennan, Jan Knightley, Peter Shorey, Simon Hyde; dir:Tim Carroll [48pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2002: THE GOLDEN ASS - Peter Oswald (Shakespeare's Globe)
Geraldine Alexander, Liam Brennan, Michael Brown, Louise Bush, Keith Dunphy, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Ryan Early, Paul Higgins, Colin Hurley, Simon Hyde, Richard Katz, Jan Knightley, Patrick Lennox, Gary Lilburn, Rhys Meredith, Aled Pugh, John Ramm, Mark Rylance, Peter Shorey, Philippa Stanton, Bill Stewart, Simon Trinder, Paul Trussell, Timothy Walker, Jem Wall, Albie Woodington; dir:Tim Carroll [56pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 2003 Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
The Season of Regime Change: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, EDWARD II, DIDO QUEEN OF CARTHAGE, RICHARD III, RICHARD II

2003: EDWARD II - Christopher Marlowe (Shakespeare's Globe)
Gerald Kyd (as Gaveston), Richard Glaves, Peter Shorey, Justin Avoth, Liam Brennan (as Edward II), Patrick Brennan, Bill Stewart, Justin Shevlin, Patrick Toomey, Albie Woodington, William Osborne, John McEnery, Chu Omambala, Terry McGinity, Michael Brown; dir:Timothy Walker [52pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2003: RICHARD III (Shakespeare's Globe)
Linda Bassett, Penelope Beaumont, Louise Bush, Penelope Dimond, Amanda Harris, Liza Hayden, Anna Healy, Kathryn Hunter (as Richard III), Liz Kettle, Meredith MacNeill (as Lady Anne), Jules Melvin, Ann Ogbomo, Laura Rogers, Rachel Sanders, Yolanda Vazquez; dir:Barry Kyle [48pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2003: RICHARD II (Shakespeare's Globe)
Mark Rylance (as Richard II), John McEnery (as John of Gaunt/Head Gardener/Keeper of Pomfret Prison), Liam Brennan (as Bolingbroke), Terry McGinity, William Osborne, Albie Woodington, Chu Omambala, Richard Glaves, Justin Shelvin, Patrick Brennan, Bill Stewart, Michael Brown, Peter Shorey, Patrick Toomey, Gerald Kyd; dir:Tim Carroll [52pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 2004 Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
The Season of Star-Crossed Lovers: MEASURE FOR MEASURE, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, ROMEO AND JULIET

2004: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Shakespeare's Globe)
Mark Rylance, Liam Brennan, Michael Bertenshaw, Alex Hassell, Colin Hurley, Patrick Brennan, Roger Watkins, Christopher John Hall, Peter Shorey, Roger McKern, John Dougall, Liana Weafer, Sophie Thompson, Hilary Tones; dir:John Dove [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2004: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Shakespeare's Globe)
Penelope Beaumont, Penelope Dimond, Mariah Gale, Yolanda Vazquez (as Beatrice), Joy Richardson, Lucy Campbell, Belinda Davison, Josie Lawrence (as Benedick), Ann Ogbomo, Joyce Henderson, Rachel Sanders, Hannah Barrie, Gabriel Reidy, Sarah Woodward (as Dogberry), Jules Melvin; dir:Tamara Harvey [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2004: ROMEO AND JULIET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Tom Burke, Kananu Kirimi, John McEnery, Joel Trill, Callum Coates, James Garnon, Bill Stewart, Melanie Jessop, Bette Bourne, Rhys Meredith; dir:Tim Carroll [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

2004 (July): MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (The Great Hall, Hampton Court Palace)
Penelope Beaumont, Penelope Dimond, Mariah Gale, Yolanda Vazquez (as Beatrice), Joy Richardson, Lucy Campbell, Belinda Davison, Josie Lawrence (as Benedick), Ann Ogbomo, Joyce Henderson, Rachel Sanders, Hannah Barrie, Gabriel Reidy, Sarah Woodward (as Dogberry), Jules Melvin; dir:Tamara Harvey [52pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 2005 (6 May-16 Oct) Artistic Director: Mark Rylance
The Season of The World and Underworld: THE TEMPEST, PERICLES PRINCE OF TYRE, THE WINTER'S TALE, THE STORM, THE PERSEPHONE PROJECTS (Man Falling Down and Troilus And Cressida), MEASURE FOR MEASURE

2005: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of the plays in the 2005 season, Special Events, Globe Education, Exhibition and Theatre Tour, Support the Globe, Eating and Drinking, Ticket Prices, Booking Information, Complete Performance Schedule etc. [24pp, 5.5x8.25; VG] £3

2005: THE TEMPEST (Shakespeare's Globe)
Alex Hassell, Edward Hogg, Mark Rylance, Daniel Auchinloss, Benjamin Bevan, Robert MacDonald, Stuart Young, William Missin, Faye Newton, William Purefoy, Liz Collier, Fiona Creese, Sian Williams; dir:Tim Carroll [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2005: PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE (Shakespeare's Globe)
Jude Akuwudike, Matt Costain, Harry Gostelow, Iisa Ilona Jantti, Matilda Leyser, Robert Lucskay (as Pericles the Younger), Marcello Magni, Victoria McManus, Jules Melvin, Patrice Naiambana (as Gower), Alex Poulter, Corin Redgrave (as Pericles the Elder), Laura Rees (as Marina), Hilary Tones (as Thaisa), Aaron Walker; dir:Kathryn Hunter [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2005: THE STORM - Peter Oswald, after Plautus (Shakespeare's Globe)
Liz Collier, Fiona Creese, James Garnon, Alex Hassell, Edward Hogg, Emma Lowndes, Mark Rylance, Jodie Whittaker, Sian Williams; dir:Tim Carroll [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2005: THE PERSEPHONE PROJECTS: Man Falling Down - Jack Shepherd and Oliver Cotton, and Troilus and Cressida (Shakespeare's Globe)
Man Falling: Jude Akuwudike, Matt Costain, Harry Gostelow, Robert Lucskay, Marcello Magni, Vicki McManus, Alex Poulter, Laura Rees, Aaron Walker; Troilus: Sam Alexander, Penelope Beaumont (as Ulysses), Philip Bird, Peter Forbes (as Pandarus), Colin Hurley, Roger McKern, Thomas Padden, Edward Peel, Juliet Rylance (as Cressida), Hayley Jayne Standing, David Sturzaker (as Troilus), Yolanda Vasquez, Roger Watkins, Liana Weafer; dir:Giles Block [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 2006 (5 May-8 Oct) Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
The Edges of Rome: CORIOLANUS, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, TITUS ANDRONICUS, UNDER THE BLACK FLAG (Simon Bent), IN EXTREMIS (Howard Brenton)

2006: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Introduction by the Artistic Director, Dominic Dromgoole; credits and commentary on each play in the season; actors include Jonathan Cake, Robin Soans, and Frances Barber; directors include Dominic Dromgoole, Lucy Bailey, Roxana Silbert, Christopher Luscombe, John Dove; many photographs (most in colour) and illustrations; also includes booking information, a seating plan, performance schedule, details of special events, exhibitions and tours etc. etc. [28pp, 5.5x8.25; VG] £3

2006: CORIOLANUS (Shakespeare's Globe)
Andrew Vincent, Trevor Fox, Paul Rider, Richard Butler, Garry Collins, Matthew Dunphy, Akiya Henry, Howard Ward, Joseph Marcell, Jonathan Cake (as Coriolanus), Ciaran McIntyre, Robin Soans, Trevor Martin, Frank McCusker, Jane Murphy, Margot Leicester (as Volumnia), Mo Sesay (as Tullus Aufidius); dir:Dominic Dromgoole [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2006: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Shakespeare's Globe)
Frances Barber (as Cleopatra), Nicholas Jones (as Antony), Jack Laskey (as Octavius Caesar), John Bett, Tom Stuart, David Hinton, Fred Ridgeway, William Mannering, David Hinton, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Tas Emiabata, Patrick Brennan, Oliver Boot, Nick Danan, Frances Thorburn, Rhiannon Oliver, Simon Muller, Paul Lloyd, Pascale Burgess; dir:Dominic Dromgoole [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2006: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Shakespeare's Globe)
Richard O'Callaghan, David Sturzaker, Richard Riddell, Samuel Bawden, Thomas Padden, Andrew Havill (as Antipholus of Syracuse), Sam Alexander (as Dromio of Syracuse), Eliot Giuralarocca (as Dromio of Ephesus), Sarah Woodward (as Adriana), Laura Rees, Simon Wilson (as Antipholus of Ephesus), Jake Harders, Ben Crystal, Chris Emmett, Patrick Moy, Cate Debenham-Taylor, Darlene Johnson (as Aemilia); dir:Christopher Luscombe [56pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2006: TITUS ANDRONICUS (Shakespeare's Globe)
Patrick Moy (as Saturninus), Simon Wilson, Douglas Hodge (as Titus), Richard O'Callaghan, Laura Rees, David Sturzaker, Thomas Padden, Jake Harders, Eliot Giuralarocca, Hugh Wyld, Steven Williams, Chris Emmett, Claire Neilson, Geraldine Alexander (as Tamora), Ben Crystal, Richard Riddell, Sam Alexander, Shaun Parkes (as Aaron), Samuel Bawden, Christopher Chandler, William Hazell, Andrew Mathys, James Sanderson, Seamus Whitty; dir:Lucy Bailey [44pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

2006: UNDER THE BLACK FLAG - Simon Bent (Shakespeare's Globe)
Andrew Vincent, John Dougall, Cal MacAninch (as John Silver), Garry Collins, Howard Ward, Jacqueline Defferary, Jane Murphy, Robin Soans (as Mission), Matthew Dunphy, John Dougall, Nicolas Tennant, Paul Hunter, Joseph Marcell, Ciaran McIntyre, Trevor Fox, Paul Rider, Mo Sesay, Akiya Henry; dir:Roxana Silbert [36pp, 6.5x9.5; The Early Life, Adventures and Pyracies of the Famous Long John Silver before he lost his leg; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2006: IN EXTREMIS - Howard Brenton (Shakespeare's Globe)
Oliver Boot (as Abelard), Sally Bretton (as Heloise), Jack Laskey (as Bernard of Clairvaux), Fred Ridgeway, Pascale Burgess, John Bett, Colin Hurley, Patrick Brennan, William Mannering, Sheila Reid, Frances Thorburn, Niamh McCann, Rhiannon Oliver, Tas Emiabata, David Hinton, Paul Lloyd, Simon Muller, Tom Stuart; dir:John Dove [36pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 2007 (4 May-7 Oct) Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Renaissance and Revolution: OTHELLO, IN EXTREMIS (Howard Brenton), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, HOLDING FIRE! (Jack Shepherd), WE, THE PEOPLE (Eric Schlosser)

2007: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of all the plays in the 2007 season, Special Events, Globe Education, Exhibition and Theatre Tour, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Information, Ticket Prices, Eating and Drinking, Supporting the Globe etc. [32pp, 5.8x8.25; fully illustrated; VG] £3

2007: OTHELLO (Shakespeare's Globe)
Eamonn Walker (as Othello), John Stahl, Nick Barber, Tim McInnerny (as Iago), Sam Crane, Jonathan Newth, Nigel Hastings, Dickon Tyrrell, Michael O'Hagan, Paul Lloyd, Zoe Tapper (as Desdemona), Lorraine Burroughs, Zawe Ashton, Michael Taibi, Che Walker, Anthony Bailey, Gabby Wong, Fanos Xenofos; dir:Wilson Milam [52pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2007: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Shakespeare's Globe)
Philip Bird, Dale Rapley (as Antonio), Phil Cumbus, Leander Deeny, Nicholas Shaw, Mark Rice-Oxley, Adam Kay, Cornelius Booth, John McEnery (as Shylock), Pippa Nixon, Jim Bywater, Craig Gazey, Michelle Duncan (as Portia), Kirsty Besterman, Christopher Obi; dir:Rebecca Gatward [56pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

2007: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (Shakespeare's Globe)
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Trystan Gravelle (as Berowne), Will Mannering, David Oakes, Michelle Terry (as Princess of France), Gemma Arterton, Cush Jumbo, Oona Chaplin, Paul Rider, Timothy Walker (as Don Armado), Seroca Davis, Christopher Godwin, John Bett, Andrew Vincent, Joe Caffrey, Rhiannon Oliver; dir:Dominic Dromgoole [52pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

On Tour (17 Jun-2 Sep)
ROMEO AND JULIET

2007: ROMEO AND JULIET (Shakespeare's Globe on Tour) Tour Flyer
Photographic Flyer for this touring production, directed by Edward Dick, designed by Anthony Lamble, composer: Dominic Muldowney; with Full Tour Schedule etc. [4pp, 5.8x8.25; VG] £2

GLOBE 2008 (23 Apr-5 Oct) Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Totus Mundus: KING LEAR, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, THE FRONTLINE (Che Walker), TIMON OF ATHENS, LIBERTY (Glyn Maxwell)

2008: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of all the plays in the 2008 season, Special Events, Globe Education, Exhibition and Theatre Tour, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Information, Ticket Prices, Eating and Drinking, Supporting the Globe etc. [32pp, 5.8x8.25; fully illustrated; VG] £3

2008: KING LEAR (Shakespeare's Globe)
David Calder (as King Lear), Sally Bretton, Fraser James, Kellie Bright, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Jodie McNee, Danny Lee Wynter (as Lear's Fool), Kevork Malikyan, Paul Copley, Joseph Mydell (as Earl of Gloucester), Trystan Gravelle (as Edgar), Daniel Hawksford, Paul Lloyd, Kurt Egyiawan, Ashley Rolfe, Beru Tessema, Ben Bishop, Pamela Hay, Michael Jarvis, Ben Lee, Richard Marshall, Fabian Spencer; dir:Dominic Dromgoole [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; cover SIGNED by three; VG] £4

2008: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Shakespeare's Globe)
Tom Mannion (as Oberon, Theseus), Siobhan Redmond (as Titania, Hippolyta), Michael Jibson, Richard Clews, Christopher Brandon, Oliver Boot, Pippa Nixon, Laura Rogers, Bethan Walker, Sian Williams, Adam Burton, Peter Bankole, Ajay Patel, Amman Jutla, Chaitan Bagary, Michael Matus, Paul Hunter (as Nick Bottom), Jonathan Bond, Sam Parks, Robert Goodale; dir:Jonathan Munby [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2008: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (Shakespeare's Globe)
Christopher Benjamin (as Falstaff), Otto Farrant, Harry Manton, Paul Woodson, Gregory Gudgeon, Michael Garner, Serena Evans (as Mistress Page), Ellie Piercy, Sam Darling, Joshua Swinney, Andrew Havill, Sarah Woodward (as Mistress Ford), Philip Bird, Sue Wallace (as Mistress Quickly), Timothy Speyer, Peter Gale, William Belchambers, Nathan Amzi, Gareth Armstrong, Jonty Stephens, Edward Macliam, Aran Cherkez, Grace Levy, Isabelle Agerbak, Chase Willoughby, Shannon Wake, Enya Phillips; dir:Christopher Luscombe [56pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2008: TIMON OF ATHENS (Shakespeare's Globe)
Michael Matus, Michael Jibson, Christopher Brandon, Peter Bankole, Simon Paisley Day (as Timon), Sam Parks, Robert Goodale, Jonathan Bond, Bo Poraj, Patrick Godfrey (as Flavius), Gary Oliver (as Alcibiades), Vinicius Salles, Adam Burton, Oliver Boot, Richard Clews, Frank Scantori, Fernanda Prata, Pippa Nixon, Laura Rogers, Bethan Walker, Sian Williams; dir:Lucy Bailey [56pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2008: LIBERTY - adapted from Anatole France's novel Les Dieux ont Soif by Glyn Maxwell (Shakespeare's Globe)
David Sturzaker, Ellie Piercy, Edward Macliam, Kirsty Besterman, John Bett, Gregory Gudgeon, Jonty Stephens, Belinda Lang; dir:Guy Retallack [56pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

2008: THE FRONTLINE - Che Walker (Shakespeare's Globe)
Naana Agyei-Ampadu, Ben Bishop, Sally Bretton, Kellie Bright, Paul Copley, Kurt Egyiawan, Huss Garbiya, Trystan Gravelle, Robert Gwilym, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Fraser James, Paul Lloyd, Kevork Malikyan, Jo Martin, Jodie McNee, Matthew Newtion, Ashley Rolfe, Golda Rosheuvel, Mo Sesay, John Stahl, Lorraine Stanley, Beru Tessema, Danny Lee Wynter, Aaron Gordon, Clifford Lyonette, Matthew Pattimore, Chris Preddie, Luis Valentine, Nicholas Waters, Miles Yekinni; dir:Matthew Dunster [52pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2008: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Shakespeare's Globe)
Globe Education production: Kirsty Besterman, Bill Buckhurst, Navin Chowdhry, Tom Davey, Christopher John Hall, Natasha Magigi, Mark Rice-Oxley, Rachael Spence, Tom Stuart, Tony Taylor; dir:Jo Howarth [20pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies w.colour photos, colour rehearsal photos, extensive programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £3

On Tour
THE WINTER'S TALE, ROMEO AND JULIET


2008 (Summer): CUESHEET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Magazine for The Friends of Shakespeare's Globe, containing 2008 Season Preview, photo of David Calder as King Lear, Shakespeare's City Walk (by Ros Miskin; w.2 photos), Friends Visits to Lambeth Palace, Leeds Castle and The Winter's Tale, End of Season Party, Dominic Dromgoole on Directing King Lear, Jonathan Fensom on Designing King Lear, Che Walker on The Frontline, Fundraising News, Report on the 2008 Tour (w.2 photos), Notice Board, Event Diary, Event Details etc. [8pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £3

GLOBE 2009 (23 Apr-10 Oct) Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Young Hearts: ROMEO AND JULIET, THE FRONTLINE (Che Walker), AS YOU LIKE IT, TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, HELEN (Euripides, Frank McGuinness), A NEW WORLD: A Life of Thomas Paine (Trevor Griffiths), LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST

2009: REPERTOIRE FOLDOUT (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of all the plays in the 2009 season, How to Book, Complete performance schedule etc. [12pp, 5.8x8.25; fully illustrated; VG] £2

2009: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Shakespeare's Globe)
Seamus O'Neill, Christopher Colquhoun, Ben Bishop, Paul Stocker (as Troilus), Jay Taylor, Matthew Kelly (as Pandarus), Fraser James, Stevie Raine, Richard Hansell, Ania Sowinski, Olivia Chaney, Laura Pyper (as Cressida), Matthew Flynn, John Stahl, Jamie Ballard (as Ulysses), Trystan Gravelle (as Achilles), Beru Tessema, Chinna Wodu, Paul Hunter, Jack Colgrave-Hirst, Mike Evans, Adam Karim, Toby Parkes, Joseph Scatley; dir:Matthew Dunster [56pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2009: HELEN - Euripides, version by Frank McGuinness (Shakespeare's Globe)
Holly Atkins, Philip Cumbus, Penny Downie (as Helen), Jack Farthing, Diveen Henry, James Lailey, Penny Layden, Fergal McElherron, Paul McGann (as Menelaus), Rawiri Paratene, William Purefoy, Ian Redford, Ukweli Roach, Tom Stuart, Graham Vick, Andrew Vincent, Phil Hopkins, Dai Pritchard, Irita Kutchmy; dir:Deborah Bruce [48pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £4

On Tour
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

2009: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Shakespeare's Globe on Tour)
Jason Baughan (as Oberon, Theseus), Cate Hamer (as Titania, Hippolita), Chris McGill, Will Mannering (as Bottom, Egeus), Sian Robins-Grace, Kyle Soller, Sally Tatum, Bethan Walker; dir:Raz Shore [56pp, 6.75x9.75; cast list, biographies, synopsis, sources, illustrated articles, Shakespeare On Tour, 8 rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

GLOBE 2010 (23 Apr-3 Oct) Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Kings and Rogues: MACBETH, HENRY VIII, ANNE BOLEYN (Howard Brenton), HENRY IV Part 1, HENRY IV Part 2, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, BEDLAM (Nell Leyshon)

2010: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of all the plays in the 2010 season, Special Events, Globe Education, Exhibition, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Information, Ticket Prices, Eating and Drinking, Supporting the Globe etc. [32pp, 5.8x8.25; fully illustrated; VG] £3

2010: REPERTOIRE FOLD-OUT (Shakespeare's Globe)
Brief details of all the plays in the 2010 season, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Information, Ticket Prices etc. [12pp, 5.8x8.25 fold-out; fully illustrated; VG] £2

2010: MACBETH (Shakespeare's Globe)
Janet Fullerlove, Simone Kirby, Karen Anderson, James Clyde, James McArdle, Craig Vye, Michael Camp, Keith Dunphy (as Macduff), Nick Court, Julius D'Silva, Ian Pirie, Ken Shorter, Elliot Cowan (as Macbeth), Christian Bradley (as Banquo), Laura Rogers (as Lady Macbeth), Frank Scantori, Austin Moulton, Charlie George, Isabelle Davis ,Mia Adams, Gareth Bennett-Ryan, Joshua Hemmings, Liam Thomas, Mark Vincent; dir:Lucy Bailey [56pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2010: HENRY IV Parts 1 & 2 (Shakespeare's Globe)
Roger Allam (as Falstaff), Jason Baughan, Patrick Brennan, Daon Broni, Phil Cheadle, Oliver Coopersmith, Oliver Cotton (as King Henry IV), Sam Crane (as Hotspur, Pistol), William Gaunt (as Worcester, Shallow), Christopher Godwin, Sean Kearns, James Lailey, Danny Lee Wynter, Kevork Malikyan ,Barbara Marten (as Mistress Quickly), Jamie Parker (as Prince Hal), Paul Rider, Lorna Stuart, Joseph Timms (as John of Lancaster), Jade Williams, Joseph Timms; dir:Dominic Dromgoole [68pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

On Tour
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS

2010: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Shakespeare's Globe on Tour)
Philip Battley, Cornelius Booth, Ellie Burrow (as Adriana), Sanchia McCormack, Fergal McElherron (as Dromio), Tom Mothersdale (as Antipholus), Laura Prior, Lauryn Redding; dir:Rebecca Gatward [52pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

2010 (Spring): CUESHEET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Magazine for The Friends of Shakespeare's Globe, containing Introduction to the 2010 Season by Dominic Dromgoole (w.2 photos), Reports on past and future Friends Events (w.5 photos), Fundraising News, Who owns Shakespeare? by Patrick Spottiswoode, Director of Globe Education (w.4 photos), Guide to Priority Booking, Friends Talkback dates, Friends Events etc. [8pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £3

GLOBE 2011 Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
The Word is God: THE BIBLE, HAMLET, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, AS YOU LIKE IT, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, DOCTOR FAUSTUS (Christopher Marlowe), ANNE BOLEYN (Howard Brenton), THE GLOBE MYSTERIES (new version by Tony Harrison), THE GOD OF SOHO (Chris Hannan)

2011: REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of all the plays in the 2011 season, Special Events, Globe Education, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Information, Ticket Prices, Support Us etc. [32pp, 5.8x8.25; fully illustrated; VG] £3

2011: REPERTOIRE FOLD-OUT (Shakespeare's Globe)
Brief details of all the plays in the 2011 season, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Information, Ticket Prices, HAMLET and AS YOU LIKE IT Tour Dates etc. [12pp, 5.8x8.25 fold-out; fully illustrated; VG] £2

2011 (17-25 April): THE BIBLE A Recital of the King James Bible (Shakespeare's Globe)
Gareth Armstrong, Keith Bartlett, Jason Baughan, Nicholas Beveney, Michael Brophy, Serena Evans, Louise Ford, Miranda Foster, Dana Gartland, Andrew Havill, Daniel Hawksford, Daniel Langley, Barbara Marten, Bill Nash, Rhiannon Oliver, Hugh O'Shea, Golda Rosheuvel, Nadia Shash, Bethan Walker, Leon Williams; dir:Jacqueline Somerville [8pp, 6.5x9.5; Complete Schedule, Palm Sunday to Easter Monday, cast and company list, Introduction to The King James Bible by David Hall, map of The Holy Land of Jordan, credits etc.; VG] £3

2011: THE GLOBE MYSTERIES - new version by Tony Harrison (Shakespeare's Globe)
William Ash (as Isaac, Jesus), Joe Caffery, Phil Cumbus, Marcus Griffiths, David Hargreaves (as God), Adrian Hood, Paul Hunter (as Lucifer, Satan, Herod), Lisa McGrillis, Rhiannon Meades, David Nellist, Matthew Pidgeon, John Stahl (as Noah, John the Baptist, Barabbas), Ony Uhiara, Helen Weir (as Noah's Wife, Mary Mother), Miles Mitchell, Jenny Stevenson, Sarah Vevers, Benjamin Way; dir:Deborah Bruce [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, 17 colour rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

2011: ANNE BOLEYN - Howard Brenton (Shakespeare's Globe)
Michael Bertenshaw, Sam Cox, Naomi Cranston, John Cummins, Ben Deery, Mary Doherty, Julius D'Silva (as Thomas Cromwell), Sophie Duval, Will Featherstone, James Garnon, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Anthony Howell (as King Henry VIII), Colin Hurley (as Cardinal Wolsey / Henry Barrow), Miranda Raison (as Anne Boleyn), Dickon Tyrrell, Claire Bond, Laura Darrall, Nicholas Delvalle, Luke McConnell; dir:John Dove [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, 17 colour rehearsal photos, credits etc.; VG] £4

2011: THE GOD OF SOHO - Chris Hannan (Shakespeare's Globe)
Michael Camp, Richard Clews, Phil Daniels (as Big God), Miranda Foster (as Mrs God), Edward Hogg, William Mannering, Emma Pierson, Sarita Piotrowski, Iris Roberts, Beatriz Romilly, Jade Williams, Phineas Pett, Kay Jay Simmons; dir:Raz Shaw [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £4

On Tour
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, HAMLET, AS YOU LIKE IT
No programmes available

GLOBE 2012 Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Globe to Globe (21 Apr-3 Jun)
The Play's The Thing (7 Jun-14 Oct): HENRY V, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, RICHARD III, TWELFTH NIGHT, HAMLET, AS YOU LIKE IT

2012: GLOBE TO GLOBE (Shakespeare's Globe)
Details of the ambitious Globe To Globe Season, which brought international companies to The Globe to perform all 37 Shakespeare plays, each in a different language; the visiting companies were: Isango Ensemble (Cape Town), Ngakau Toa (Auckland), Vakhtangov Theatre (Moscow), Bitter Pill and The Theatre Company Kenya (Nairobi), National Theatre of Greece (Athens), Company Theatre (Mumbai), National Theatre of China (Beijing), Yohangza Theatre Company (Seoul), I Termini Company/Lungta Production (Rome), The South Sudan Theatre Company (Juba), Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio (Hong Kong), Ashtar Theatre (Ramallah), Q Brothers / Chicago Shakespeare Theater / Richard Jordan Productions (Chicago), Dhaka Theatre (Dhaka), Teatr im. Kochanowskiego (Opole), Two Gents Productions (Harare / London), National Theatre, Belgrade (Belgrade), National Theatre of Albania (Tirana), National Theatre of Bitola (Bitola), Compania Nacional de Teatro (Mexico City), Elkafka Espacio Teatral (Buenos Aires), Gabriel Sundukyan National Academic Theatre (Yerevan), Belarus Free Theatre (Minsk), Marjanishvili Theatre (Tbilisi), Grupo Galpao (Belo Horizonte), Chiten (Kyoto), Deafinitely Theatre (London), Arpana (Mumbai), Renegade Theatre (Lagos), Theatre Wallay (Lahore), Oyun Atolyesi (Istanbul), Habima National Theatre (Tel Aviv), Rakata (Madrid), Roy-e-Sabs (Kabul), Bremer Shakespeare Company (Bremen), Compagnie Hypermobile (Paris), Meno Fortas (Vilnius), Shakespeare's Globe (London) [32pp, 5.8x8.25; a feature on each play, with complete Performance Schedule, Booking Information etc.; fully illustrated; VG] (£4) SOLD

2012: REPERTOIRE FOLD-OUT (Shakespeare's Globe)
Brief details of all the plays in the 2012 season, Complete Performance Schedule, Booking Information, Ticket Prices etc. [12pp, 5.8x8.25 fold-out; fully illustrated; VG] (£2) SOLD

2012: HENRY V (Shakespeare's Globe)
Brid Brennan (as Chorus / Queen Isabel), Graham Butler, Nigel Cooke, Giles Cooper, Sam Cox, Kurt Egyiawan, Matthew Flynn, David Hargreaves, Beruce Khan, James Lailey, Brendan O'Hea, Jamie Parker (as Henry V), Paul Rider, Olivia Ross, Chris Starkie, Lisa Stevenson, Roger Watkins; dir:Dominic Dromgoole [60pp, 6.5x9.5; cast list, biographies, extensive illustrated articles, 20 colour production photos, credits etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

On Tour
HENRY V, HAMLET, AS YOU LIKE IT
No programmes available

GLOBE 2013 Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Season of Plenty: THE TEMPEST, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, MACBETH, GABRIEL (Samuel Adamson), BLUE STOCKINGS (Jessica Swale), THE LIGHTNING CHILD (Che Walker), HENRY VI: THE HOUSES OF YORK & LANCASTER, HENRY VI: HARRY THE SIXTH, HENRY VI: THE TRUE TRAGEDY OF THE DUKE OF YORK, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, KING LEAR
No programmes available

USA Tour
RICHARD III, TWELFTH NIGHT
No programmes available

GLOBE 2014 Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Arms and the Man: TITUS ANDRONICUS, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, JULIUS CAESAR, HOLY WARRIORS (David Eldridge), THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE (Francis Beaumont), 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE (John Ford), PITCAIRN (Richard Bean), DOCTOR SCROGGY'S WAR (Howard Brenton), PUNISHMENT WITHOUT REVENGE (Lope de Vega), KING LEAR, THE LAST DAYS OF TROY (Simon Armitage), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, THE MALCONTENT (John Marston), THE DUCHESS OF MALFI (John Webster)

2014: SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse)
Simon Armitage, Polly Frame, Tom Stuart; dir:Nick Bagnall [12pp, 6.5x9.5; illustrated programme note, biography of Simon Armitage (w.photo), further biographies etc.; VG] £3

On Tour
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
No programmes available

2014 (Autumn): AROUND THE GLOBE Issue 58 (Shakespeare's Globe)
Shakespeare's Globe Magazine: Re-enter Revenge, Rapine & Murder (review of TITUS ANDRONICUS w.12 colour production photos); Two Worlds (review of ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA w.12 colour production photos); Room for the Imagination (review of THE LAST DAYS OF TROY w.12 colour production photos); Rhetoric & Revenge in the Eternal City (review of JULIUS CAESAR w.13 colour production photos); The Weight of History (article of HOLY WARRIORS w.7 colour production photos); Silly but Subtle (review of THE COMEDY OF ERRORS w.13 colour production photos); Sigh No More (review of the touring production of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING w.12 colour production photos); colour production photos of THOMAS TALLIS (4 photos), and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM performed in British Sign Language (4 photos); The Continuing Journey (the Globe to Globe HAMLET w.16 photos); A Proper Sense of Occasion (the 'Read Not Dead' project w.2 photos); Audience Feedback (findings from the 'Research in Action' workshops); Shunning the World (article on John Ford); How Did It Sound To You? (article on Original Pronunciation w.2 photos); The 2014 Sam Wanamaker Award (w.photo); Muse of Fire 2014 (w.5 photos); Seemed Quiet at First ... (article on Patrick Spottiswoode w.4 photos); In My Memory Lock'd (Shakespeare's Globe Exhibition w.4 illustrations); Archaeologists at Work (article on the 2016 OUP edition of the Complete Works); A Box of Mermolade (article on 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE); Wiltshire Whimsies (article on Sir Thomas Gorges); Shakespeare, Surrealist? (article on Shakespeare's fantastical imagination); Coast to Coast Shakespeare (article on the American Shakespeare Festival); Renaissance Existentialists (article on Giuseppe Patroni Griffi's film of 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE); Reviews of eleven new Shakespeare books; October to April 2014 at Shakespeare's Globe (Performance Schedule) [56pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

GLOBE 2015 Artistic Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Justice and Mercy: AS YOU LIKE IT, THE HERESY OF LOVE (Helen Edmundson), MEASURE FOR MEASURE, RICHARD II, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, THE ORESTEIA (adapted by Rory Mullarkey), FARINELLI AND THE KING (Claire van Kampen), NELL GWYNN (Jessica Swale), THOMAS TALLIS (Jessica Swale), OMEROS (Derek Walcott), PERICLES, CYMBELINE, THE WINTER'S TALE, THE TEMPEST

2015: BEOWULF - adapted by Julian Glover (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse)
Julian Glover, Jamie Glover [4pp, 5.8x8.25; introduction by Julian Glover, biographies (w.colour photos) of Julian and Jamie Glover; VG] £2

In the West End
FARINELLI AND THE KING - Claire van Kampen (Duke of York's)
No programmes available

On Tour
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
No programmes available

GLOBE 2016 Artistic Director: Emma Rice
No programmes available

GLOBE 2017 Artistic Director: Emma Rice
No programmes available

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