On June 29, 1613, The Globe Theatre burned down during a performance of Shakespeare's Henry VIII. Sparks or wadding that flew from a cannon used during the production ignited a thatched roof of the gallery, resulting in the fire. The theater was rebuilt with a tile roof and reopened a year later. The second Globe was torn down about 1644.
the globe burnt down in 1613 on June the 29th
The theatrical cannon misfired.
the original Globe Theater burned due due to a cannon malfunction during a King Henry VIII performance
Only once, on June 29, 1613. Of course there have been other Globe Theatres which didn't burn down, including Shakespeare's Globe, the one standing today.
the globe theater was closed down when it got burned down
The Globe theater.
The Globe Theatre was burnt down on June 29, 1613, due to a cannon being set off during a performance of Shakespeare's "Henry VIII" and setting fire to the roof.
The Globe theater burnt down....
No it was torn down
It closed in 1642
My class and I went on a tour of the new Globe Theater and, if I heard correctly, the tour guide mentioned that the Globe did not burn down in the great fire. It burnt down some time before the great fire occurred.