Titus Andronicus | Globe in LondonSam Wanamaker Playhouse - LON
Get inside the beating heart of Shakespeare’s first and most deadly revenge tragedy Titus Andronicus, performed in the Globe’s intimate, indoor Sam Wanamaker Playhouse for the first time.mere
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Get inside the beating heart of Shakespeare’s first and most deadly revenge tragedy Titus Andronicus, performed in the Globe’s intimate, indoor Sam Wanamaker Playhouse for the first time.
After a brutal 10-year battle, honoured Roman general Titus Andronicus embarks on an era of bloodshed when he refuses to show mercy to the eldest son of Tamora, Queen of the Goths. Betrayed by his nation, and with his family in ruins, Titus seeks justice the only way he knows how – tooth for tooth and limb for limb.
As the candles burn and the bodies pile up, director Jude Christian (Dark Night of the Soul, Nanjing, Globe) explores the macabre madness that takes us to the edge of humanity.
‘Vengeance is in my heart, death in my hand,
Blood and revenge are hammering in my head.’
– Act II, scene 3
You can book from 29-Jul-2022 to 15-Apr-2023.
Contain adult themes that some children may find upsetting.
Due to the intimate nature of the theatre, we may be unable to admit latecomers so please arrive in plenty of time before the performance.
Relaxed Perfomance - Tuesday 28 February 2023 7.30pm, Saturday 8 April 2023 2.00pm.
Captioned Performance - Friday 17 February 2023 7.30pm, Saturday 1 April 2023 2.00pm.
Audio-described Performances - Saturday 4 March 2023 2.00pm, Friday 14 April 2023 2.00pm.
This venue has additional Covid-19 safety measures in place to ensure the health and well-being of the staff, performers, and guests.
Venue Information: Sam Wanamaker Playhouse/ Globe Theatre
Nearest Underground Station: London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee lines)
Nearest Train Station: Blackfriars, London Bridge or Waterloo
Local routes include: 45, 63, 100 (to Blackfriars Bridge); 11, 15, 17, 26 (to Mansion House); 76 (to St Paul’s Cathedral); 344 (from Liverpool Street Station, towards Clapham, on Southwark Bridge Road) and 381, 344 (towards Liverpool Street Station, on Southwark Street).