The Globe, built in the late 16th century, and later burnt down during one of Shakespeare’s performances of Henry VIII, has been welcoming people through its doors and providing people with entertainment for centuries.
The performance itself was amazing and every moment was used to show the full story of Macbeth. The actors well portrayed their characters and for only £5 to stand (like they used to do in Shakespeare’s time), the evening was informative, fun and most importantly showed the play in its full depth. It gave the audience an evening they would not forget and I would recommend it to everyone, especially those who are interested in the works of Shakespeare.
As I left the theatre, with the London night sky in the background my thoughts turned again to how I felt upon arriving at the Globe and how Shakespeare has shaped the human language and our understanding of what it is to be human.