Twelfth Night, Shakespeare’s Globe

Ah, the Globe. One of my favourite ever theatres; as I’m sure you’ve realised by now I do have a fondness for ol’ Billy Shakes, but I think the Globe has an energy and an atmosphere unlike any other theatre in London (possibly the world). Also £5 standing tickets are the best views in the house and LITERALLY CHEAPER THAN THE PROGRAMME COST FOR BC’S HAMLET.

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Husbands and Sons, National Theatre

The National have done a very clever thing with Husbands and Sons. Combining three of D. H. Lawrence’s plays about mining families in the East Midlands, it really allows the audience to get more out of each play, automatically drawing parallels between the three families, giving you greater insight into each.

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