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The Globe in November

The website is a bit nebulous for Shakespeare performances in November

Thinking there should be something on stage on Thursday and Friday nights
How about Shakespeare at Midnight
Ideas
Recommendations
Guidance

Thank you

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Hi. The Globe schedule ends in October. There are winter productions in the new Sam Wanamaker theatre. I believe Shakespeare at Midnight refers to a few performances that are done at midnight during the regular Globe year, April - October. Usual performance times are a matinee at around 2-ish and one at around 19:30. Sunday performances may be a little earlier.

http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/theatre/whats-on/sam-wanamaker-playhouse

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This PDF brochure lists the winter shows and calendar (last page): http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/uploads/editor/files/brochures/Winter_Season_2017-18_Brochure.pdf. They're indoors in the (pictured) Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, since the Globe itself is open to the elements. For other quality theater that's not in the typical Broadway/West End style, see the National and the RSC (being careful to note which shows are in London and which in Stratford-upon Avon).

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If you want to see the theatre in the off-season, you can join a tour. Go to the exhibition entrance on Bankside, closer to the Millennium Bridge than the theatre itself.