|LC control no.||sh 87003266
|Corporate name heading||Globe Theatre (London, England : 1599-1644)
|Variant(s)||Globe Theatre (Southwark, London, England)
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (London, England : 1599-1644)
|Found in||Work cat.: Berry, H. Shakespeare's playhouses ... 1987.
LC Database, May 18, 1987.
London Theatre Guide, 1576-1642, 1979: p. 26-28 (The first Globe; the second Globe)
Britannica Micro. ("London theatre in which the plays of William Shakespeare were performed after 1599, [located at] Bankside, a district of Southwark stretching for about half a mile West of London Bridge on the South bank of the River Thames.")
Ox. Companion theatre (Bankside, Southwark, 1599-1613, Shakespeare's chief theater; same site, 1614-1644; Strand, Newcastle Street, 1868-1902; "present Globe Theatre", formerly Hicks (1906-1909), 1909- )
Theatre London, 1980 ([present Globe Theatre] Shaftsbury Ave., Picadilly, built 1906 as Hicks Theatre, renamed in 1909)
Absoluteshakespeare.com, Aug. 19, 2003 (Globe Theatre; Shakespeare's Globe Theatre - "Construction of the famous playhouse ... began in early 1599 ... in 1644 ... the famous playhouse was taken down.")