Events


13 March 2019      
On the 400th anniversary of his death. Burbage Walk from St Leonard’s, Shoreditch to the Globe Theatre, Bankside. Exit: Burbage in collaboration with the Globe Theatre, Southwark Cathedral and St Leonard’s. Limited places. Cost £10 per person. For details of how to make ticket applications, please email the events team: exitburbage2019@gmail.com  (This event has now sold out.  Email us to go on the waiting list.)
Sponsored by the Globe Theatre, Dulwich schools see a performance of  ‘Romeo and Juliet’, a role first created by Burbage on the Globe stage
11-12 May 2019 Dulwich Artists’ Open House – a new addition to the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery
Commissioned by the Residents of Burbage Road and sponsored by Network Rail
Watch the artist Lionel Stanhope at work on the mural of Richard Burbage, on the railway bridge in Burbage Road. Free event 
May Street walk led by Brian Green, a Dulwich Festival event
Discover the history of the road including the velodrome, blue plaque, old Grammar School and farms
May/JuneAndrew Dickson, writer, broadcaster, journalist at Dulwich Picture Gallery. To be confirmed. 
10 June 2019 Screening of Shakespeare in Love, Linbury Room, Dulwich Picture Gallery Friends. Tickets in person or online at dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk
Summer 2019 MOLA Y4 Dulwich Hamlet School unearth the secrets of Shakespeare’s London with Museum of London Archaeology
Summer 2019Burbage Road Residents Street Walk by invitation only

Burbage & Turney Road Association Street Party by invitation only

Related events:

St Leonard’s, Shoreditch Burbage Festival

The Globe Theatre website, Burbage and Wanamaker Festival 31 March 2019

Read more about Burbage in these publications:

The Man Who Built the Globe feature by Bart van Es, The Globe magazine, Winter issue

In View Spring 2019 magazine, Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery

Feature by Edward Behrens, the Globe Theatre

Dulwich Society Journal Spring issue 2019

Article by Jan Piggott, former archivist, Dulwich College