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SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE ANNOUNCES DOMINIC DROMGOOLE'S FINAL SUMMER SEASON AS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR (27 NOVEMBER 2014)

Shakespeare's Globe have confirmed Dominic Dromgoole's final summer season as Artistic Director. Next summer's programme will be constructed around the theme 'Justice and Mercy'. The season will probe the strengths and weaknesses of judicial law and the various tugs-of-war between family, state, religion, love, sex and duty that have defined human morality for centuries.

In celebration of the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, the theatre will present a touring production of King John in June. The production will also visit the Holy Sepulchre Church (a frequent haunt of King John and his court) in Northampton, and Temple Church, the church of Inner and Middle Temple in London.

The 2015 summer season at the Globe opens on 23 April with The Merchant of Venice, directed by Jonathan Munby. Jonathan returns to the Globe following his critically-acclaimed production of Antony & Cleopatra starring Eve Best this summer. From 15 May, Blanche McIntyre directs Shakespeare's lyrical comedy As You Like It, having made a formidable Globe debut this summer with her uproarious take on The Comedy of Errors. Dominic Dromgoole's new production of Measure for Measure opens on 20 June. Dominic was appointed Artistic Director of Shakespeare's Globe in 2006 and his recent productions for Shakespeare's Globe include Julius Caesar, The Duchess of Malfi with Gemma Arterton and Samuel Adamson's smash hit Gabriel. For the fourth Shakespeare, award-winning director Simon Godwin will direct Richard II from 11 July.

The summer's new writing begins on 21 July with The Heresy of Love, Helen Edmundson's critically-acclaimed telling of the life of seventeenth-century Mexican nun and playwright Juana Ines de la Cruz. From 29 August, Adele Thomas will direct a contemporary distillation of all three plays from Aeschylus's Oresteia, one of the great cornerstones of Western drama. The final show of the 2015 summer season sees the return of Jessica Swale with her new play Nell Gwynn, a rambunctious and vibrant take on life in London theatre during the Restoration.

Continuing its commitment to international Shakespeare, the Globe will be bringing two Chinese shows to London this summer. On 20 July, the National Theatre of China will once again present their Richard III in Mandarin (with scene synopses in English), Shakespeare's ghoulish horrorshow of power and paranoia. On 17 August, Hong Kong's Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio will perform Macbeth in Cantonese (with scene synopses in English).

Public booking to due to open on Monday 9 February 2015.


BOOK OF MORMON EXTENDS TO MARCH 2015 (27 NOVEMBER 2014)

The Book Of Mormon has extended its booking period to 7 March 2015. The show has consistently been a best'seller since it opened in London in March 2013.

The musical currently stars Billy Harrigan Tighe as Elder Price and A.J. Holmes as Elder Cunningham at the Prince of Wales Theatre.

When the show opened it was described by the Evening Standard as "Indecently funny. The killer whale of comedy," while The Guardian called it "A work of genius" and asked, "Could this be the new golden age for musicals?"


MY NIGHT WITH REG HEADS FOR THE WEST END (25 NOVEMBER 2014)

The Donmar Warehouse hit play My Night With Reg is to transfer to the West End in the New Year. Tickets are now on sale.

The award-winning comedy, directed by Robert Hastie, will begin previews at the Apollo Theatre on 17 January 2015, following the end of the current run of musical Urinetown.

The entire cast from the Donmar are set to reprise their respective roles, including Matt Bardock (Benny), Jonathan Broadbent (Guy), Richard Cant (Bernie), Julian Ovenden (John), Lewis Reeves (Eric) and Geoffrey Streatfeild (Daniel).

The comedy is set within London's gay community in the mid-1980's against the backdrop of the growing AIDS crisis. It was first staged at the Royal Court in 1994 and won the Olivier Award for Best Comedy. Sadly the playwright Kevin Elyot passed away in June after a long illness and never got to see the 20th Anniversary production at the Donmar.