Holy Warriors



Shakespeare's Globe

Until Sun Aug 24

  • © Marc Brenner

    Alexander Siddig (Saladdin)

  • © Marc Brenner

    Alexander Siddig (Saladdin)

  • © Marc Brenner

    Alexander Siddig (Saladdin)

  • © Marc Brenner

    John Hopkins (Richard the Lionheart)

© Marc Brenner

Alexander Siddig (Saladdin)

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Robert B

I want to acknowledge the integrity of the intentions of those who have given us this play , however the treatment is, in the end, superficial and it addresses a subject about which none of us must ever be superficial. I can see that the need to fill in the history for those in the audience who have not read, for instance, Montefiore's Biography of Jerusalem, means that time is limited to look deeper beyond the historical narrative, maybe the view of one family living in Jerusalem over 600 years would have given time to look more deeply and obviated the need to educate the audience in so much of the history. I am glad that the Globe is addressing this, goodness we need it, and for this thanks, but I felt the prism was the wrong one.

Catherine W

Sounds awful , and I haven't even seen it yet  If you ever want to create an audience , shouldn't be more hopeful  ?  Really hamas!!!!