THEATRE | Grupo Galpão Brazil, Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet .19 – 20 May

Globe to Globe is an unprecedented multilingual programme of Shakespeare productions pro-duced by Shakespeare’s Globe as part of the World Shakespeare Festival. Over six weeks every one of Shakespeare’s plays will be performed by a major company from a different country in its own language.

Perhaps the Americas’ most famous production of the most famous play ever, Grupo Galpão’s carnivalesque Romeo and Juliet returns to the Globe with its thrilling mix of circus, music, dance and Brazilian folk culture. The only festival participants to have played at Shakespeare’s Globe before, they bring the promise of a cavalcade of passion. Performed in Brazilian Portuguese with an English synopsis.

19 – 20 May 2012

Shakespeare’s Globe, Bankside, 21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT

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THIS PERFORMANCE IS PART OF GLOBE TO GLOBE FESTIVAL : 21 April – 9 June 2012.

In an event of unprecedented ambition, all of Shakespeare’s plays will be performed, each in a different language, each by a different international company.

Every day for six weeks, national theatres, renowned artists and new young companies will celebrate performing Shakespeare in their own language, within the architecture Shakespeare wrote for.

Please download a copy of Globe to Globe brochure or launch it in your browser by clicking HERE

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