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Discover Shakespeare with a tour of the Globe

Published: Monday 1st of September 2008

Visitors to London can discover how William Shakespeare lived and worked by taking a fascinating trip to the Globe Theatre and Exhibition.

Those visiting the attraction can take a journey through the past and discover how Elizabethan clothing and renaissance instruments were used, as well as delving into Shakespeare's past.

Tours of the Globe Theatre take place regularly and visitors gain entry to the attraction using their London Pass.

Regarded as one of the greatest writers of all time, Shakespeare's work includes masterpieces such as Hamlet, Macbeth and King Lear.

As well as viewing the permanent collections on display at the attraction, those visiting the attraction before October 5th will also have the opportunity to the view an exclusive collection of engravings by June Chrisfield Chapman.

A former student of the Glasgow School of Art, Chapman uses her engravings to depict characters from Shakespeare and the plays of ancient Greece.

Visitors to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour and Exhibition can gain entry using their London Pass.

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