Venue InformationShakespeare's Globe
Address: 21 New Globe Walk, South Bank, SE1 9DT
Nearest Underground or Train Station: London Bridge (Jubilee line, Northern line)
Nearest Buses: 45, 63, 100, 15, 17, 11, 15, 17, 23, 26, 76, 381 , RV1, 344
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Frequently Asked Questions
Access phone number: 020 7902 1409
Access email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessible toilets situated: Piazza level, Lecture Theatre level
Number of Wheelchair spaces: Stalls x1 Circle x3
Sound amplification: Induction Loop
Access from street to foyer: Level access
Access from theatre foyer to seats (number = stairs): 28 to Middle Gallery, 50 to Upper Gallery, lift to main theatre level
Level access: Yes
Stair lift, lift or ramp available: Lift to Circle, Ramps to Stalls
Shakespeare's Globe Facts
What date did the Shakespeare's Globe open?
12th June 1997
Who designed the Shakespeare's Globe?
Theo Crosby, Buro Happold, Boyden & Co
What was the first production at the Shakespeare's Globe?
Shakespeare's Henry V
Other Shakespeare's Globe facts
Shakespeare's Globe is a reconstruction of the original Globe Theatre. It was founded by American actor and director Sam Wanamaker and is built about 230 metres from the site of the original theatre. The original Elizabethan Theatre called the Globe was built in 1599 by the playing company the Lord Chamberlain's Men, to which Shakespeare belonged. It was destroyed by fire on 29 June 1613 and rebuilt by June 1614. It was closed in 1642 and demolished in 1644. A reconstruction of an indoor Jacobean playhouse, called the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, is built next to Shakespeare's Globe and opened on 15 January 2014 with a production of The Duchess of Malfi.
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Theatre Previous Shows
Past shows that have played at the Shakespeare's Globe include:The Fir Tree
Much Ado About Nothing
Romeo & Juliet