21 New Globe Walk, Southwark, London, SE1 9DT
Shakespeare's Globe was the brainchild of actor/director Sam Wannamaker, who wanted a more lasting monument to William Shakespeare. Building work commenced in 1987 and was eventually finished in 1997. The Globe houses an exhibition on Shakespeare and the building's recreation project, and the theatre is an active playhouse.
How to get here:
Underground (District/Circle)/Rail: Blackfriars - Exit the station and walk along Queen Victoria Street until you reach the Millennium Bridge; cross over to the other side of the Thames, and the Globe is just along the riverbank to the right (east). +
Access: admissionStatus: n/aOutside the Globe
The Shakespeare Code
Filmed: 31 Aug, 1-2 Sep 2006
The Globe Theatre.
Where to walk to next?
Additional locations as the crow flies:
In the News:
3 Sep 2006: BBC Doctor Who - "Shakespeare Sorted"
Further links about the location:
Globe Theatre - Doctor Who at the Globe
The Shakespeare Code [31 Aug, 1-2 Sep 2006]: The Globe Theatre
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