Much Ado About Nothing Tickets

Much Ado About Nothing Ticket Prices

There is no better place to get an authentic and thrilling Shakespeare experience than at the Globe Theatre, and this summer Much Ado About Nothing is the perfect choice. This classic precursor to rom-com is an uplifting tale of redemption and connection that will capture your heart. It is also very affordable: the Globe famously offers standing tickets from just £5, and the most expensive seated options are under £90. 

While you can expect to see some offers on tickets as the opening night gets closer, it is very easy to get cheap tickets for Much Ado About Nothing whenever you book. Keep reading for our top tips, so you can enjoy a play at this incredible open-air theatre no matter your budget.

Much Ado About Nothing Discount Tickets

Discounts are sometimes available for Shakespeare’s Globe shows, but none have been announced for this production yet. If you cannot find an offer, we recommend comparing the tickets marked restricted view; these are cheaper but sometimes much better than you might expect. Theatregoers often add photos and comments after their visit on SeatPlan, which can help you find hidden gems and decide what you are happy to pay for.

Groundling tickets in the Yard are the best-value option if you can stand for long periods and want an authentic, one-of-a-kind experience. They are general admission so you can move around a little, and staff are available to help if you feel unwell.

When To Book Tickets

There is good availability for tickets at all performances, although we advise booking a couple of weeks to a month in advance to ensure you have the best choice across price bands. Standing tickets are cheaper if you book early, but even at the last minute they are still the most inexpensive option in the whole theatre.

Unlike West End shows, prices remain the same whether you book tickets for a midweek or weekend performance at the Globe. This means that flexibility isn’t a major factor in how much you pay, however, cheaper tickets will sell more quickly at weekends.

A £5 standing ticket Rush is also available. These are released every Friday at 11am on the official website and are for the following week's performances.

Top Tips For Your Visit

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is located on the south bank of the Thames and is a short walk from some of London’s best free attractions including Tate Modern and the Southbank Centre exhibitions. The venue has its own bookshop and cafes. Guided tours are available from £25 and promise great pre-show entertainment.

The cloakroom is currently closed so only bring what you need. If you are standing, the venue advises wearing comfortable shoes and weather-appropriate attire including sun lotion and a hood - although note that umbrellas are not allowed inside the auditorium. If you are sitting, a cushion can be hired for a small free, and you can also bring a blanket if the weather is chilly. 

Refreshments are available at the Globe but you are welcome to bring water from home. This is especially encouraged if you are standing.

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Playing at

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
21 New Globe Walk
Seating Plan

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre seating plan

Booking period

25th Apr 2024

13th Jul 2024

24th Aug 2024

Running time

Will be confirmed when show opens


No age recommendation has been set. See Audience Notes for content warnings.