Book Your Tickets To The Merchant Of Venice At The Globe

Christian Mba
Nov 30, 2021 By Christian Mba
Originally Published on Nov 30, 2021
Book Your Tickets To The Merchant Of Venice At The Globe
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Shakespeare's complex exploration of patriarchy, prejudice, and capitalism is currently on at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London. 'The Merchant of Venice' at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse is a reimagining of Shakespeare's play by director Abigail Graham.

The director manages to bring a personal and political touch to her reimagining of the play. The designs of Sarah Beaton will woo viewers and give them one of the best experiences of their life.

It's a must-watch for all and a great insight into the differences that still exist in society. To experience it for yourself, get your The Merchant of Venice Globe Theatre tickets now before time runs out.

About The Merchant Of Venice

What is The Merchant of Venice about?

The Merchant of Venice shows us that society exploits minorities to provide majorities with power. It shows us that identity is everything.

Shakespeare explored prejudice, patriarchy, and capitalism in The Merchant of Venice; the director of the play has tried to put both personal and political aspects into this play at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. The play was originally written between 1596 and 1598.

The story revolves around the ostracised Jewish moneylender, Shylock, who has to chase a debt he owes. While doing so, the fault lines of a culture built on moral hypocrisy and religion are exposed.

Antonio is the real protagonist of the story and is willing to do anything to help Bassanio win Portia by accepting Shylock's terms. It is, however, a fictional story.

The show has an important message. It teaches audiences that no financial decisions should be taken without thorough thought if one wants to grow their wealth and secure their family's financial future.

The play is intriguing, mysterious, and thought-provoking. Get your tickets to The Merchant of Venice at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare's Globe in London now.

What age is The Merchant of Venice show suitable for?

There is no age restriction given, but due to the inclusion of some sensitive topics, viewer discretion is advised. Viewers are advised to check the details before booking tickets for the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

How long is The Merchant of Venice?

The runtime of The Merchant of Venice at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse in London has not been released yet. Stay tuned for more information.

Who are in the cast of The Merchant Of Venice?

Abigail Graham is the director of the play based on Shakespeare's work. The design of the set is by design by Sarah Beaton. The rest of the cast has not been revealed yet.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse?

The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse is located at 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, London SE1 9DT, United Kingdom. The location is also known as Shakespeare's Globe or the Globe Theatre.

How do I get to the theatre?

As the theatre is situated in the middle of the city of London, commuting is easy and convenient. There are various modes of transportation that you and your family can use to reach the destination in London.

If you are taking your own car to the theatre, you may choose to take the A3211 road. London traffic can be very heavy sometimes, so it is best to check the conditions before travelling by car.

London is well connected due to the Tube Network, so you can choose it for a quicker trip. The nearest Tube Stations are London Bridge (on the Jubilee Line or Northern Line) and Southwark.

There are various bus services running in the area, with buses 63, 100, 15, 17, 11, 15, 17, 26, 76, 381, 344 running past the theatre.

Where can I park at the theatre?

The theatre is situated in a congested zone, so it is not advised to park on the road. There are some parking lots surrounding the area that you can choose from, such as the NCP car park on the Thames Exchange.

Where are the toilets at the Globe Theatre?

There are toilets in the theatre. Accessible theatre toilets can be found on the lower ground level.

Is the theatre accessible?

The theatre, along with the guided tour, is wheelchair accessible. You may need to buy a special ticket if you are bringing your wheelchair.

Where can I eat nearby?

There are many good restaurants in the area, with options like Porky's BBQ Bankside, Tas Pide, the Swan at the Globe, Zizzi Bankside, and The Real Greek Bankside.

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Written by Christian Mba

Bachelor of Science specializing in Computer Science

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Christian MbaBachelor of Science specializing in Computer Science

Christian Mba is an experienced blogger and content writer with over a decade of experience. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Nigeria and has a keen interest in Python programming. Along with his writing and blogging expertise, he is also an SEO specialist with more than six years of experience. Chris, as he is commonly known, has a passion for music and enjoys playing the piano.

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