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The Globe Theatre Is Coming To Stoll

The Globe Theatre Performing ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at Stoll

We are excited to announce for the first time ever next Tuesday 7th September from 2pm-4pm, The Globe Theatre will be bringing an open-air theatre performance to Stoll and you are invited to join us for this unique one-off experience. They will perform ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in the idyllic surroundings of The Gardens of Sir Oswald Stoll Mansions, 446 Fulham Road, London, SW6 1DT.

Tickets for this performance is free and extremely limited on a first come first served basis so be quick! You can book a seat by either calling reception on 020 7385 2110 or you can book online via

Due to limited availability priority is for residents only. For more information please email



Shakespeare’s Globe is delighted to announce its first ever neighbourhood tour, offering free performances to local community organisations in London. Globe on Tour, which normally would take three productions across the UK and beyond, will this year be staying in London, partnering with local schools, community organisations and
charities who will provide free tickets to their invited audience in the Globe’s home borough of Southwark and across the city. These include, the Kensington + Chelsea Festival (which will be inviting audience from Grenfell Foundation and Outside Edge Theatre Company to the performance), Mental Fight Club (a charity founded, led, and delivered by people with mental health experience), Every One Every Day (a community support organisation in Barking & Dagenham) and Compass Collective (a non-profit theatre company who are working together with the Red Cross and Refugee Youth to invite young refugees and asylum seekers to the performances).

Directed by Brendan O’Hea, the company of eight actors will be visiting local communities with their trio of plays – A Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You Like It and The Tempest – including some special performances of the thrilling and unpredictable ‘Audience Choice’ performances, where the audience decides which show will be performed on that night. The company are able to perform any of the three plays, delighting in playing a multitude of roles each as lovers, exiles, dreamers and wanderers, taking the Globe into the local community to celebrate storytelling at its best.

Michelle Terry, Artist Director of Shakespeare’s Globe, said: “As we continue to navigate our way through these uncharted waters, we have to find ways to get to the many people who can’t get to us. We’re thrilled that in these most challenging and lonely of times, we’re able to meet some of our closest neighbours and share time, space and these incredible stories with them.”

Brendan O’Hea, Director of Globe on Tour, said: “I’m so pleased to be back with Globe on Tour and this wonderful cast of talented actors for the Globe’s first ever neighbourhood tour. Shakespeare is for all, and I am thrilled to bring these wonderful plays to the heart of our community free of charge, removing barriers and engaging with those closest to us. Storytelling and live theatre not only provide the entertainment and escapism needed by many but play a crucial role in offering ways of reimagining the world, creating conditions on stage and off for renewal, belonging, empathy, kindness and a shared experience that
brings us all together.”

The full Globe on Tour cast comprises; Stephenson Ardern-Sodje, Tom Chapman, Anna Crichlow, Mark Desebrock, Emma Ernest, Colm Gormley, Sara Lessore and Katy Secombe.

Directed by Brendan O’Hea with Associate Director, Vanessa-Faye Stanley, Andrew D Edwards (Designer), Catherine Jayes (Composer) and Globe Associate Artist Sian Williams (Choreographer).

More venues and dates are to be announced over the coming weeks, please keep an eye on Shakespeare’s Globe and the partnering organisations websites for more information. So far, confirmed venues include:

  • Kensington + Chelsea Festival – Saturday 14 August
  • Sir Oswald Stoll Mansions – Tuesday 7 September
  • Borough Academy – Friday 24 September
  • Mental Fight Club – Monday 4 October
  • Every One Every Day – Saturday 16 October
  • Ark Globe – Monday 13 September
  • Compass Collective – Date TBC