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What to expect
Watch the premiere of 'Joan' and see Joan's passion and courage in this new production. Watch the unexpected leader arrive at the scene of an endless war where men have started fighting again. Joan arrives, poor and young and ready to start a revolution. The female hero is a dream for many and this show sparks that power within you that Joan brings as an unlikely hero. Join us this summer at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London. Spark the dance, get wet in the rain, bask in the sun, and cheer while learning the story of 'Joan' in the 'O' structure of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Book 'Joan' tickets now.
What is 'Joan' about?
The story of the legend, Joan of Arc, 'Joan' is written by Charlie Josephine and the performances are supervised by director Ilinca Radulian. Get the story of the legend by exposing the unexpected hero in this powerful play at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in the summer of 2022. Watch the premiere with us at the Globe Theatre and feel her courage burst through your veins. Shout at the top of your voice and rejoice as Joan saves the day.
The story is set during a never-ending war and the men are seen fighting all over again. This is when Joan makes an entrance when no one was expecting any help. She is young and poor, but completely ready to take on the world and start a revolution.
Raised voices and cheers will fill Shakespeare's Globe Theatre as the show begins with loud thunder filled with courage. Join the revolution Joan has started and book your tickets for 'Joan' at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London now.
Joan of Arc is actually a true story and was a national heroine of France. As she was burning, she called her three saints for help, and just before she became unconscious, she shouted the name of 'Jesus'. She was said to be burned by the English.
It is said that without Joan of Arc, France would have never won the war. This is why she is considered a heroine. Shakespeare wrote the play 'Henry VI Part I' that follows Joan of Arc's rise and fall.
What age is 'Joan' suitable for?
The age restriction is not mentioned. The performances may include scenes that can be upsetting to children, hence, viewer discretion is advised.
How long is 'Joan'?
The duration has not been announced.
Who is in the 'Joan' London cast?
The cast of 'Joan' at Shakespeare's Globe theatre in London has not been announced yet.
Who is the team behind 'Joan'?
The story is written by Charlie Josephine, known worldwide for 'Bitch Boxer'. The director of the show at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London is Ilinca Radulian. The director is known for being the co-director for 'Richard III'.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where is 'Joan' being performed?
The address of the venue is Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT, the UK.
How do I get to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre?
If you are travelling from the city to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, take the A3211 road to reach the destination in the shortest possible time.
You can also choose to travel by the tube network in London. London Bridge is the nearest tube station to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and is just a few minutes away. Cannon Street Station is also less than 10 minutes away from the Globe Theatre.
The nearest train station is London Blackfriars Station which is also a few minutes away from the theatre. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre is located in the perfect location for every visitor to have ease of passage.
The bus network is also quite popular in London and you can catch a bus both day and night.
Where can I park near Shakespeare's Globe Theatre?
There is limited parking available on New Globe Walk and the adjacent regions if you have a blue disabled badge on display. You can also park in the NCP Car Park on Thames Exchange open all the time, 24 hours per day.
Where are the toilet facilities at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre?
Toilet facilities are available on the Piazza level. There are disabled toilets available too.
Is Shakespeare's Globe Theatre accessible?
Both theatres in Shakespeare's Globe are accessible for wheelchair users. There is an option to purchase tickets for wheelchair user spaces for the theatre.
Hearing dogs are allowed inside the theatre for visitors with hearing problems. Audio description is also available for some performances with headsets provided.
Where can I eat nearby?
Some popular restaurants in the area that you can try with your friends and family are Porky's BBQ Bankside, Tas Pide, The Real Greek: Bankside, Swan at the Globe, Zizzi: Bankside, Samuel Pepys, Pizza Express, EAT. Riverside, High Timber, and Kitchen and Bar.