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Shakespeares Globe: Experience Shakespearean Poetry in Motion

By Edited Dec 30, 2015 0 0

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William Shakespeare is undeniably one of the most remarkable personages in the annals of human history as far as literature is concerned. His works entertained and touched millions of people, and his life inspired many more. His famous lines left marks on the minds and hearts of literature aficionados. And surely, literature would not be the same without William Shakespeare. Because of the inspiration and the indisputable legacy that he left to the people, he is loved and adored by many, even by the younger generations.

The Globe

 Today, the memories of William Shakespeare are still alive in the hearts of many. And his works are brought to life time and again in modern day places that are dedicated to presenting his arts and his life. And one of the most famous Shakespearean destinations is the Globe in London.

 Shakespearean Experience

Shakespearean literature

Globe showcases the beauty of the Shakespearean literature and the inspiring life that Mr. Shakespeare led ages ago. For people who love the works and life of Shakespeare, this iconic destination would probably be their best treat ever. Situated just below the Globe Theatre, Globe is home to the Shakespearean literature.

Moreover, although the plays of Shakespeare were portrayed by so many people and in so many venues all around the globe, nothing still beats the original location from where the poet derived his inspirations. Shakespeare was born and raised in London, and he did most of his work while in the city. Because of this, experiencing the works of Shakespeare in this particular city will give people a more realistic feel, almost like being a part of the artwork.

 Experience Shakespearean Plays at the Globe

The Merchant of Venice

Among the many works and arts of William Shakespeare that are presented at the Globe are: Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, Hamlet, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Merchant of Venice, The Comedy of Errors , The Merry Wives of Windsor, Much Ado About Nothing and of course, nobody would dare forget the famous Romeo and Juliet.

 Take a Tour

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Alongside the wonderful presentations and portrayals of the famous Shakespearean literature, Globe also offers a fascinating tour in and around the spectacular Globe Theatre. By going on a tour in this famous destination, anybody will surely feel like being transported to the olden times where romanticism was in its full rise.

People will also have the chance to know of the dramatic rise of the Globe, its reconstruction in the 1990s, and how it continues today to uphold the life and works that made Shakespeare immortal. The tour lasts for about 15 to 30 minutes and are basically featured using English as the means of communication. However, there are also complimentary sheets in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Dutch, Russian and Polish in order to accommodate visitors that do not speak the English language.

Summary

The life and works of William Shakespeare did not pass away when he died. Up until today, his life and works still continue to inspire many people. And because this is so, visiting the Globe will surely allow people to have a virtual tour to the era when Shakespeare still lived.

If you enjoyed reading this article find out about other interesting places to visit in London:

Camden Market

London Dungeons

London Eye

London Science Museum

London Sea Aquarium

London Zoo

Piccadilly Circus

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