From a land constantly troubled by water, enter Shakespeare’s mariners, wet and speaking Bangla. Read More >
Dhaka theatre present one of Shakespeare’s most magical plays The Tempest in Bangla as part of the Globe’s unprecedented season Globe To Globe.
From a land constantly troubled by water, enter Shakespeare’s mariners, wet and speaking Bangla. As well as pioneering new Bangladeshi drama, the Dhaka Theatre, Bangladesh’s most prominent theatre group, has staged The Merchant of Venice and Brecht’s The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui. Often called Bengali, Bangla is one of London’s most widely spoken languages.
Globe To Globe sees every one of Shakespeare’s 37 plays performed in a different language by an international company. The result is a once in a life time, six week celebration of the incredible breadth of communities and languages that make up London’s vibrant cultural landscape.