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The Globe’s Library of Shakespeare Plays Are Now Available to Stream

Need some plays in your life during quarantine? Looking for some of that wit and sharp humor that only William Shakespeare can provide? Well, you’re in luck. For many years, Shakespeare’s Globe Theater in London has been recording their wealth of productions. Now, you can watch all of these plays on the Globe Player.

All of the plays are available to rent or buy on the Globe Player. Rental costs start at £3.99, meaning they are no more than the cost of a standing ticket at The Globe. Prefer to own the play so you can watch it anytime? No problem. Purchasing a play outright will cost anywhere from £5.99 to £12.99. Additionally, for the same price as the purchasing cost you can send a play to someone as a gift. It’s a great way to remind them you are thinking of them during quarantine. After all, you won’t find better theater productions of Shakespeare’s plays than at the very place he owned and performed them in!

Additionally, there are documentaries, music and other goodies to keep you entertained for a long time. Comedy, tragedy and history all find their home in this one easy to use place. If you have some spare cash and are looking for some entertainment, this is a great place to start. Due to the pandemic, the Globe’s summer season will likely be delayed and the theater will suffer financial loss. So, any money you can spare to show your support will certainly help this iconic theater out. Let’s weather through this pandemic with some great theater from the comfort of our own home!