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Indoors at the Globe

By Linda Tancs

Like in Shakespeare’s time, London’s Globe Theatre is open to the elements–thus sometimes hath the brightest day a cloud, as The Bard wrote in Henry VI.  But even the staunchest theatregoer wouldn’t mind some cover, 17th century protocols notwithstanding.  That’s where the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse comes in.  The newest addition to the Globe is an indoor candlelit theatre, accessible through the main foyer.  The venue offers plays, concerts, opera and comedy.  The Globe is best accessed on foot.  Use a footpath along the Thames from Waterloo or Southwark Bridge.

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