The Globe Theatre was made out of wood so it was therefore easy to burn down. During a performance of 'Henry VIII' a cannon misfired, setting the thatched roof on fire.
How many times did the globe theatre burn down? Twice
The Globe Theatre burned down on June 29, 1613 by a devastating fire.
the globe burnt down in 1613 on June the 29th
Chicago burn down by a cow.there was a lantern the cow kick it and it caused the fire.
1613, caused by a fire
Shakespeare's Henry the 8th
29 June 1613.
nothing he tried to burn it down
In 1613, the Globe Theatre burnt down after a cannon went off, sparks igniting a thatched roof.
The puritans caused all theatres to be shut down, the globe was one of the first the landowner demolished it.
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 original globe threatre burn down when a canyon inside accidentally went off.
On June 29, 1613, The Globe Theater 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.
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.
It burned down during a performance of Shakespeare's Henry VIII on 29 June 1613