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 Most important theatres. T h e  G l o b e S h a Most important theatres. T h e G l o b e S h a k e s p e a r e ‘ s T h e a t r e O l i v e r T h e a t r e. C o t t e s l o e T h e a t r e. L y t t e l t o n T h e a t r e T h e R o y a l N a t i o n a l T h e a t r e

The Globe The Globe

Important facts of The Globe The original Globe opened in 1599.  It burned down inImportant facts of The Globe The original Globe opened in 1599. It burned down in 1613 and was immediately rebuilt. On 12 December 1996 , Shakespeare’s Globe was voted the best attraction in Europe. I t was awarded in 1997 the European Tourism Initiative Golden Star Award. The target opening date was 21 September 1999 , to celebrate the 400 th anniversary of the first record of a performance at the original Globe.

The Royal National Theatre   The Royal National Theatre

Important Facts of The Royal National Theatre The National's first performance was given in 1963. FImportant Facts of The Royal National Theatre The National’s first performance was given in 1963. F irst 13 years, the Company worked at the Old Vic Theatre. The new building was opened by The Queen in 1976. Consists of 3 halls.

First Director of The National Theatre Laurence Oliver (on the right) First Director of The National Theatre Laurence Oliver (on the right)

Oliver Theatre Named after the first Director Laurence Oliver. It is the largest  of theOliver Theatre Named after the first Director Laurence Oliver. It is the largest of the three theatres at the National. Accommodates 1, 150 people.

Cottesloe Theatre It is the smallest ,  the barest. T he most  potentially flexibleCottesloe Theatre It is the smallest , the barest. T he most potentially flexible and (for some people) the most potentially influential of the National houses.

Lyttelton Theatre Y ou can see and hear almost equally well from each of its 890Lyttelton Theatre Y ou can see and hear almost equally well from each of its 890 seats. Unlike most traditional theatres, the Lyttelton has an adjustable proscenium.

Summary Common people do not go to the famous theatres very often and when they goSummary Common people do not go to the famous theatres very often and when they go they choose the play depending on who the author is and the actors are.