"Shakespeare globe theatre" Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tip by didier06
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London: 82 reviews and 140 photos
It's a reconstruction of the globe theatre, an Elizabethan playhouse destroyed by fire in 1613, rebuilt in 1614 and finally demolish in 1644.
When we decided to stay a few days in London, we wanted to visit this theatre, but rather than just visiting, we have chosen to book tickets for a play.
We saw a performance of "Dr Faustus" and we were delighted, the actors were excellents and most played 2 or 3 roles, the staging was without dead-time and with some imagination one can imagine being in the past when shakespeare was playing .
standing in front of the stage cost 5 pounds
seats are more expensive and don't forget the cushion (1 pound)
Address: 21 New Globe Walk Bankside London SE1 9DT.
Directions: On the South Bank just West of Southwark Bridge Road.
Phone: +00 44 (0)207 401 9919
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