Asked in History of EnglandGlobe Theatre
Where was the globe theater built?
May 15, 2013 6:17PM
It was built on Bankside in the Southwark neighborhood across the Thames, South of London Bridge.
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In Globe Theatre several of William Shakespeares acts were held. First time up in 1599 but burnt 29/6/1613. The Theater had room for 3.000 guest in two floors under open roof.
It was rebuilt june 1614 men closed again in 1642. A whole new theater was reopened in 1997 and are still used today, also for Shakespare plays.
It's located south of Themsen, the river in south England on Bankside's cultural quarter. A popular spot for theaters in 16th sentury.