“Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more”
This summer 2019 promises (if not good weather), a host of enthralling treasures at Shakespeare's Globe. With a season set to explore England’s past, present and future through the prism of Shakespeare, it’s no wonder the artwork accompanying one of his most famous histories, Henry V, is the social realism of beloved documentary photographer, Tish Murtha.
- Catch Henry V at Shakespeare's Globe, 30 April – 11 October 2019.
- Browse more of Tish Murtha’s photographs here.
“Marry, this is the short and the long of it.”
Just as there are not one but two plays this season illustrated by our members, there are not one but two women in The Merry Wives of Windsor. Indeed, it is Pogus Caesar’s fun and flirtatious image that is the perfect accompaniment to Shakespeare’s popular comedy of marriage, wealth, jealousy and lies.
- Catch The Merry Wives of Windsor at Shakespeare's Globe, 17 May – 12 October 2019.
- Browse more of Pogus Caesar’s photographs here.
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Images: The Henry V page from Shakespeare's Globe summer season 2019 brochure, courtesy of Shakespeare's Globe. Image featured: Juvenile Jazz Bands, 1979, Tish Murtha © Ella Murtha. All rights reserved. DACS/Artimage 2019; The Merry Wives of Windsor page from Shakespeare's Globe summer season 2019 brochure, courtesy of Shakespeare's Globe. Image featured: Dinner Ladies, Birmingham, UK, 1984, From the series Schwarz Flaneur © Pogus Caesar/OOM Gallery Archive. All Rights Reserved, DACS/Artimage 2019.