20,000 students receive free tickets to Twelfth Night at Shakespeare's Globe

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20,000 students receive free tickets to Twelfth Night at Shakespeare's Globe

A production of Twelfth Night is currently on at the Globe Theatre, specifically aimed at young people.

20,000 secondary school students from the capital and Birmingham have been given free tickets to see the show as part of a programme which supports the study of Shakespeare in schools.  Georghia Ellinas is the Globe's Head of Learning and Bill Buckhurst is the show's director

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