Director Abigail Graham shines candlelight on Shakespeare's complex exploration of prejudice, patriarchy and capitalism in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
In a society that exploits minorities to keep the majority in power, identity is everything.
When ostracised Jewish moneylender, Shylock, chases a debt he is rightfully owed, it exposes the fault lines of a culture built on religious and moral hypocrisy.
The Merchant of Venice, is Shakespeare’s complex exploration of prejudice, patriarchy and capitalism. Director Abigail Graham, brings together the personal and political in this re-imagining of Shylock’s play.
Now taking bookings for performances from Fri 18th February 2022 until Sat 9th April 2022.
Show times for each day are below.
Nearest rail: Blackfriars, London Bridge Or Waterloo
Tube lines: Jubilee And Northern
Nearest tube: London Bridge Or Southwark
In congestion zone?: Yes
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The Merchant of Venice - Globe 2021/22
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Bankside, London
Sat 9th April 2022