Shakespeares Globe Theatre An Introduction Bbc

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- Alan Davies uses clips from a 1997 production of 'Henry V ' to portray what life was like for the au.nce watching Shakespeare 's plays at the Globe in Elizabethan times. Davies focuses on the humorous nature of the plays, the lack of alternative entertainment available and the appeal of the 'public play . - Alan Davies uses clips from a 1997 production of 'Henry V ' to portray what life was like for the au.nce watching Shakespeare 's plays at the Globe in Elizabethan times. Davies focuses on the humorous nature of the plays, the lack of alternative entertainment available and the appeal of the 'public play . as theatres. Davies also explores the question 'why was the Globe so popular? ' and uses many contextual references in answer to the question. He briefly discusses the introduction of new words and phrases to the English language towards the end. This clip is from: Shakespeare Shorts. First broadcast: . - The first theatres in the country were built during the Tudor period. London 's Globe Theatre was built in 1599 and destroyed by fire 14 years later. William Shakespeare made the Globe the most famous theatre in the country. The new Globe theatre was opened in th century building methods .

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