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The authentic Tudor exterior and thatch roof (the only one in London) are preludes to what awaits you inside: an exquisite and architecturally accurate recreation of Shakespeare’s original theatrical home.
Led by an expert guide, you’ll see in your ‘mind’s eye’ just how The Bard’s plays would have been performed and received. The stage jutting out into the audience, and the restless groundlings (literally, those who stood on the ground), getting a visceral experience (and alleged throwing oyster shells at characters they didn't like). You’ll sit in the tiered, wooden seating that housed the better-heeled members of society, and see how the audience enveloped the stage in a near circle.
Along with the guide’s colorful stories of the 1599 Globe, you’ll get a sense of the raucous atmosphere and how the comedies, tragedies and histories came alive for people from all walks of life.
In addition to this guided tour you'll get the exhibition audio guide. It's an hour of additional insights into Shakespeare’s life and world. And this year, the 400th anniversary of his birth, is a perfect time to get to know the Bard a little better.
The audio guide also includes some behind-the-scenes secrets of Elizabethan special effects - they loved blood and gore, and seeing characters fly on stage! You’ll see how they created the clothes used onstage. There are regular live demonstrations of sword-fighting and costume dressings.
And should you need an ale or two to slake your thirst there’s The Swan Bar & Restaurant. A more elegant affair than would have been available to Shakespeare’s customers, it has stunning views of the Thames and St. Paul’s, as well as an impressive food and drinks menu.
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