Shakespeare's Globe by Toby Forward

Shakespeare's Globe

Written by Toby Forward
Illustrated by Juan Wijngaard


Shakespeare's Globe by Toby Forward

A beautifully crafted paper theatre, and a wonderful introduction to Shakespeare. Welcome to Shakespeare's Globe - the greatest theatre in the world! Our leading actor, Richard Burbage, will be your guide. Find out how the theatre was built and peer backstage to where the actors prepare, then call Shakespeare's characters to the stage and perform scenes from his most celebrated plays! Features a magnificent 3-D model of Shakespeare's Globe and a fascinating first-hand account of the history of the theatre itself Also contains a mini-book of play excerpts and a troupe of card actors - the ideal way to re-enact Shakespeare's plays!

About the Author

Toby Forward trained as a priest, but worked full time as a writer for many years. He lives in Liverpool and is now working for the 2008 European Capital of Culture Year. He is married with two daughters.

Ruth Brown is established as a highly successful illustrator and author. She lives in West London with her illustrator husband, Ken Brown, and they have two grown up sons.

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12 pages


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Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

12th February 2005



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