400 Years of Shakespeare – Live Performance


This Easter, Up at The O2 will be enlisting the help of theatre company Grassroots Shakespeare London to join them in celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare. Upon reaching the viewing platform situated on the roof of the world’s iconic entertainment venue, Up at The O2 climbers will be invited to enjoy exclusive performances of the playwright’s most popular works.

Dressed in stunning Shakespearian costume, Grassroots Shakespeare London will perform iconic scenes Up at The O2 – 52m above ground level. Set against a backdrop featuring London’s skyline, the theatrical spectacular will include tasters from popular plays such as Much Ado About Nothing and Romeo and Juliet. Plus, Grassroots Shakespeare London will give a sneak reveal ahead of their latest production of Twelfth Night, opening at Leicester Square Theatre in April.

  • What: A taste of Shakespeare Up at The O2 with Grassroots Shakespeare London
  • When: Saturday 26th March from 10:00 to 14:00
  • Where: Up at The O2 – on top of the world’s iconic entertainment venue 





To experience urban mountaineering Up at The O2 and an exclusive taste of Shakespeare visit www.theo2.co.uk/upattheo2. Tickets are limited, please book in advance to avoid disappointment. To note, only climbers booked between 10:00 and 14:00 on Saturday 26th March, will be able to watch the performances.

Photos credited to Ricky Darko.

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