THIS PERFORMANCE HAS SOLD OUT
Through financial support from Deutsche Bank, Shakespeare's Globe is opening up the theatre to the public for a free performance.
This is the final performance of the run of a full scale, professional production of Much Ado About Nothing which Globe Education has produced for the Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank schools' project.
The production has been created specifically to support 14 year olds preparing for exams and over the week, 10,000 young people will come to see the schools' performances. Additionally, in the weeks leading up to the performances, over 1,200 London students will work with Globe Education practitioners in workshops to support their study of the play in preparation of seeing the performance.
Deutsche Bank has extended its support to open up the production to members of the public, making the free tickets available on a first come, first served basis (limited to four per person).
The Box Office opens Monday 11 February at 10am, telephone 020 7401 1475.
"This vibrant production of Much Ado About Nothing was created with young people in mind, yet offers a fantastic theatrical experience for everyone," says Patrick Spottiswoode, director of Globe Education.
"Now, with the support of Deutsche Bank it truly is open to all."