Titus Andronicus

Within London’s only candlelit theatre, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, or beneath the open sky in the iconic Globe, discover powerful stories told by enchanting candlelight, wintry starlight, or festive fairy light at Shakespeare’s Globe this winter.

DEATH AND DESTRUCTION… BY CANDLELIGHT. Get inside the beating heart of Shakespeare’s first and most deadly revenge tragedy, Titus Andronicus, performed in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse for the first time. Director Jude Christian explores the macabre madness that takes us to the edge of humanity. Writer William Shakespeare SAM WANAMAKER PLAYHOUSE 19 January – 15 April 2023

Times

Jan. 19 2023 - April 15 2023

Good To Know

The appearance of any member of cast is subject to change and may be affected by contracts, holiday, illness, or events beyond the producers' control. If in doubt please check with the Box Office before booking.

Additional Details & FAQ

Access Information

For access bookings, please contact the Box Office on 020 7902 1409 or access@shakespearesglobe.com

How Does It Work

You will receive a booking confirmation email.

Please print the booking confirmation and bring it on the day, a minimum of 30 minutes before the performance start time. You will also need to present the card used to purchase the tickets as valid ID.

Cancellation Policy

No refunds or exchanges after booking.

Where Do I Go

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, 21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT

Reviews

4.5(2 reviews)
  • Mary

    Feb 1, 2023

    Incredible interpretation of Titus Andronicus. It was surprising, chilling, smart and funny. The cast are all deeply talented people who made us laugh and sent chills down our spines. The adaptation complemented and enhanced the original play. I left wanting to immediately see it again.

  • Alan G.

    Jan 25, 2023

    Thanks for asking. Bit frustrated at first as couldnt remember and relate characters to actors. Some lines hard to hear from the cheap seats. Didnt know it was an all female cast. So harder to distinguish cast and the light was dim too throughout. Like the music and the parody songs of the multiple deaths a'coming! Definitely improved in the 2nd act and liked the death symbolism stuff. It is a play I knew nothing about so well enlightened and enjoyed.