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The Frontline now open at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Published: Saturday 12th of July 2008

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour & Exhibition is producing a new play by Che Walker this summer - The Frontline.

The Frontline opened to visitors on July 6th 2008 and will feature as part of the annual theatre season until August 17th 2008.

Walker, described by Time Out as having a lingua franca of "brusque, bathetic poetry of back-street Camden" creates a picture of diverse London - perfect for those on London sightseeing tours - after dark.

Taking place on a Saturday night outside the tube station in Camden, characters include lost old men, vegans, idealists and unemployed actors who converge in whast is described as "a riptide of chaos".

Audiences will be introduced to reformed Christian Beth and hot-dog seller Erkenwald as well as actor Mordechai Thurrock

In this dark comic play Walker transforms Shakespeare's Globe Theatre into "a panorama of contemporary London".

London Pass holder can receive free entry to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour & Exhibition.

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