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I, Joan tickets

A rallying cry for revolution

Shakespeare’s Globe will echo with the sounds of passion and revolution this year as it welcomes a powerful world premiere about France’s unlikely hero, Joan of Arc.

Young, poor and revolutionary, Joan has long been celebrated for a pivotal role in the 1428 siege of Orléans and Hundred Years War, spurred on by visions from the archangel Michael and other holy figures. Joan was later convicted of heresy by the English and burnt at the stake, but remains a fascinating historical figure surrounded by mystery and legend.

Playwright Charlie Josephine (Bitch Boxer) and director Ilinca Radulian (Richard III) collaborate to bring their brand new I, Joan play to the open-air stage. Audiences can celebrate throughout the summer, in a rallying battle cry that bounces off the walls of the Globe Theatre. This new work rediscovers Joan, questions the gender binary, and keeps the light of their revolutionary fire burning bright.

The I, Joan London cast features Isobel Thom as Joan and Jolyon Coy as Charles. The company is rounded out by Esmonde Cole, Natasha Cottriall, Janet Etuk, Adam Gillen, Debbie Korley, Kevin McMonagle, Baker Mukasa, Jonah Russell, and Anna Savva.

Rediscover Joan's story with I, Joan tickets at Shakespeare’s Globe. This rousing, big-hearted play closes out the theatre’s summer season this year.

Performance dates: 19 Oct 2022 - 22 Oct 2022

Running time: 2 hours 50 minutes (including an interval)

Age recommendation: TBC

Special notice: I, Joan contains strong language and swearing, references to sexual abuse and depictions of war.

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Latest audience reviews

I, Joan was the best play I have ever seen. It was captivating, exciting, fast paced, emotional, empowering,... More

DontAskBee 18 Oct 2022

I, Joan was the best play I have ever seen. It was captivating, exciting, fast paced, emotional, empowering, and just full of queer joy. I loved it. So much.

DontAskBee 18 Oct 2022
iinessilva 26 Oct 2022
amberh6 21 Oct 2022

The performances were very strong! The pacing was a little off for me but I had a great time.

blueshaw 16 Oct 2022
ceced1 02 Sep 2022

Absolutely incredible.

heathers30 21 Oct 2022
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