The Two Noble Kinsmen - Shakespere's Globe

The Two Noble Kinsmen - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

How long is forever? When the imprisoned Palamon and Arcite vow eternal friendship, they don’t expect that anything will come between them. But then from their cell window they see the beautiful Emilia, and their priorities take a sudden and violent turn. In this late romance, Fletcher and Shakespeare examine love in all its fluid and complex forms.

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John Fletcher and William Shakespeare
Barrie Rutter

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, SE1 9DT
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Like buses, you can wait for ages for a production of The Two Noble Kinsmen, considered to be Shakespeare's last collaborative play (jointly written with the younger John Fletcher, though it wasn't included in the First Folio), to come along, and then two arrive in major theatres within the space of a couple of years. In 2016 the RSC revived it at the Swan in Stratford-upon-Avon as part of its... Read more

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Matt Henry to star in Shakespeare’s Globe’s The Two Noble Kinsmen
Monday, April 16, 2018

Casting has been announced for Barrie Rutter’s upcoming production of The Two Noble Kinsmen at Shakespeare’s Globe. Matt Henry, who won an Olivier Award for his role as Lola in the original West End cast of Kinky Boots, will play Pirithous. Henry also recently awarded an MBE for services to musical theatre in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list. The cast also includes: Paul Stocker (as Palamon) whose previous credits include Trolius and Cerssida at the Globe and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

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