Theatre Trip: Much Ado About Nothing at Shakespeare's Globe

Sunday 08 October 2017 6:30pm - 9:30pm

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Theatre Trip: Much Ado About Nothing at Shakespeare's Globe

**Please note, this event has now SOLD OUT. Tickets may still be available directly from the venue. We will be in contact with anyone who has purchased a ticket by 25th September. Please email us at if you do not hear from us.**

Much Ado About Nothing @ Shakespeare's Globe | Sunday 8th October 2017 @ 6.30pm

Join QM Shakespeare for a trip to the famous Shakespeare's Globe theatre on the South Bank. Please book tickets via the event page by Wednesday 20th September at the absolute latest so we can secure a ticket for you.

All tickets are £5 and will be yard standing tickets (which we promise you is the only real way to experience the Globe!). If you are unable to stand or are a wheelchair user (or have any other access requirements) please get in touch and we'll do our best to accomodate. 

We'll arrange to leave QMUL together, so don't worry if you don't know your way around London as you'll be led by experienced hands! We'll be travelling by Tube to please ensure you have an oyster card, and get in touch if you have any queries. 




Mexico, 1914.

Claudio and Benedick return home from the first wave of the revolution. Claudio has been pining for his love, Hero. Benedick loves her cousin Beatrice and Beatrice Benedick; but because neither will admit it, nothing seems likely to bring them together. Only the intrigues of a revolutionary with a dark heart, force Benedick to prove his love for Beatrice – by vowing to kill his best friend, Claudio.


Shakespeare’s classic tale of antagonistic romance and madcap humour explodes on to the Globe stage with a fusion of Latin music, desert flowers and revolutionary politics in this bold new production.

Matthew Dunster is Associate Director at Shakespeare’s Globe, where his previous productions include Imogen (2016), The Lightning Child (2013), Doctor Faustus (2011), Troilus and Cressida (2009) and The Frontline (2008 and 2009).

Please note: this production of Much Ado About Nothing is set during the armed struggles of the Mexican Revolution. As a result it will feature guns and gunfire at various moments throughout the performance.