Globe Theater is the venue where it all started in 1599 at Bankside on the South side of London. The theater was built for the Chamberlain's Men William Shakespeare's company of actors & players. Here, Shakespeare worked and wrote many of his greatest plays. In 1644, the Globe was destroyed. London had to wait 350 years until Sam Wanamaker brought it back to life. The Globe Theatre is a faithful reconstruction of the open-air playhouse designed in 1599, where Shakespeare worked and for which he wrote many of his greatest plays. Shakespeare’s Globe Museum is the world’s largest exhibition devoted to Shakespeare and the London in which he lived and worked. Housed in the UnderGlobe beneath the theatre. Shakespeare’s Globe Museum brings Shakespeare’s world to life, using a range of interactive displays and live demonstrations.
The Shakespeare Globe Center is an educational, cultural and entertainment center which includes a museum under the theatre, research facilities and an exhibition of Elizabethan London. Shakespeare's Globe Trust is dedicated to have the feel and international understanding of Shakespeare in performance. Unambiguously its work observes the fact that the greatest dramatic poet in the English language lived and worked in London and that the birthplace of English theater was on Bankside by the River Thames. In the year 1996, Shakespeare's Globe was voted the best attraction in Europe and it was awarded the European Tourism Initiative Golden Star Award by the European Federation of Associations of Tourism Journalists. The Globe is not designated to be inactive museum, rather it is a living, breathing theater in which the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries can be performed in the settings they were written for.
Shakespeare’s Globe Museum was founded by the pioneering American actor/director Sam Wanamaker. Shakespeare’s Globe Museum is a unique international resource dedicated to the exploration of Shakespeare's work, and the playhouse for which he wrote, through the connected means of education and performance. Shakespeare’s Globe Museum seek to further the experience and international understanding of Shakespeare in performance. Shakespeare's Globe has a number of spaces that are exactly made for corporate hospitality events. From large receptions to intimate dinners, It offer a stunning range of facilities. More over Shakespeare's Globe works closely with Private Drama to offer unique, tailor-made entertainment and music, as well as lighting for the UnderGlobe.
Contact Shakespeare's Globe Theatre :
21 New Globe Walk
London SE1 9DT
Telephone : +44 (0)20 7902 1400
Fax : +44 (0)20 7902 1401
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