Hill, T (2016) Theatres, inns and liberties. In: Guildhall Library Walks, 9 September 2016, Guildhall Library, London, UK.
The theatre of Shakespeare’s day is usually associated with the Bankside playhouses such as the Globe and the Rose. Join Renaissance theatre specialist Dr Tracey Hill as we explore the lesser-known locations of the Blackfriars (where some of Shakespeare’s plays were performed), Whitefriars, and Salisbury Court playhouses, as well as the City inns that staged plays. The tour includes other places of interest such as the parish church of the editors of Shakespeare’s First Folio, John Heminges and Henry Condell.
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|Date Deposited:||27 Sep 2016 10:05|
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