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The Globe Theatre was built from the remains of the first proper theatre the theatre .The Globe Theatre original began Construction in 1597 when an acting troupe’s 21 year lease on the Land expired because the Landlord Giles Allen did not approve of theatre and decided his land could be put to better use. so Giles Allen purposely kept raising the price on the lease so the acting troupe could not afford the cost of it and were forced to move to another theatre called the Curtain theatre but James Burbage found a clause in there former lease allowing him to dismantle the theatre and move all the timber to a new theatre site and from the remains of the old theatre a new theatre was built and the name of the new theatre was called the Globe Theatre.

The globe burned down once in 1613 when a cannon misfired and burned down the building. It was rebuilt in 1614 it closed in 1642 when Oliver Cromwell and King Charles I were fighting a civil war in France. In 1644 the puritans destroyed the Globe Theatre

In 1648 all theatres were banned so it wasn’t until after Oliver Cromwell died that theatres were allowed. The theatre was not rebuilt for a third time until quite recently and in 1997 the insides of the building may not be completely accurate because there are currently no paintings or pictures of the inside currently in existence so they had to reconstruct the building from what they could excavate the rest was covered by other buildings The Globe theatre should be located under 67-70 terrace. The dimensions of the building are actually unknown and are just estimated but they recreated it to the best of there abilities. The new theatre is actually located roughly 230 metres or 750 feet from the location of the original globe theatre.

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    Try this:

    The Globe Theatre was built from the remains of the first proper theatre. Original construction began in 1597 when an acting troupe’s 21 year lease on the Land expired. Landlord Giles Allen did not approve of theatre and decided his land could be put to better use so he purposely kept raising the price on the lease so the acting troupe could not afford the cost of it. They were forced to move to another theatre called the Curtain theatre. But James Burbage found a clause in their former lease allowing him to dismantle the theatre and move all the timber to a new site. A new theatre was built from the remains of the old theatre and it was called the Globe Theatre.

    Disaster struck in 1613 when a cannon misfired and burned down the building. It was rebuilt in 1614 and closed in 1642 when Oliver Cromwell and King Charles I were fighting a civil war in France. In 1644 the Puritans destroyed the Globe Theatre.

    In 1648 all theatres were banned so it wasn’t until after Oliver Cromwell died that theatres were allowed. The theatre was not rebuilt for a third time until quite recently - 1997. The insides of the building may not be completely accurate because there are no paintings or pictures of the inside currently in existence so they had to reconstruct the building from what they could excavate. The rest was covered by other buildings. The Globe theatre should be located under 67-70 Terrace. The exact dimensions of the building are unknown and are just estimated but they recreated it to the best of their abilities. The new theatre is located roughly 230 metres or 750 feet from the location of the original globe theatre.

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