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Summary Venue(s) Troupe(s) People Date Happened Date Recorded
King's Bench, Rastell and Kirkham vs Hawkins: Rastell and Kirkham state their case Blackfriars (I) ... Burbage, Richard; Burbage, James; Harborne, Simon; Hawkins, Alexander; Kendall, Thomas; Kirkham, Edward; More, William; Rastell, William; Robinson, John ... From: 1609
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Gallants smoke over the stage: Guilpin ... ... ... undated From: 1598
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A balladeer is robbed at the Red Bull Red Bull ... ... undated From: circa 1623
undefined Swan Pembroke's Men Henslowe, Philip; Jonson, Benjamin ... From: circa 8 July 1597
Exchequer, Rutland vs Allen Theatre ... Allen, Giles; Manners, Edward, Earl of Rutland ... From: 23 June 1602 To: 12 October 1602
'Jane Shore' is rewritten for the Worcester's Men at the Rose Rose Worcester's Men (1589-1603) Henslowe, Philip undated undated
The Red Bull produces empty-headed comedies Red Bull ... Randolph, Thomas ... From: 1638
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Christopher Beeston drafts his will Phoenix/Cockpit Beeston's Boys Beeston, William; Beeston, Elizabeth ... From: 4 October 1638 To: 7 October 1638
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An epigram on Dick Whittington may refer to the Fortune theatre Fortune (I) ... ... undated From: 1613
Plays are to be censored by a committee ... ... Brooke, William, Baron Cobham; Cecil, William, Baron Burghley; Hatton , Christopher; Howard, Charles, Earl of Nottingham; Martin, Richard; Perrott, John; Sackville, Thomas, Baron Buckhurst; Tilney, Edmund; Walsingham, Francis; Whitgift, John ... From: 12 November 1589
Ratsey advises a traveling player to go to London and perform 'Hamlet' ... ... Burbage, Richard undated From: circa 1606
Boys go to playhouses to meet girls: Gosson ... ... ... undated From: 1582
Game at Chess Globe (II) ... ... ... ...
Bryan Bradley and Richard Tyler are jailed by a Hampshire magistrate while on official Bear Garden business ... ... ... ... ...
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Sebastian Westcott is found guilty of keeping plays St Paul's Paul's Boys unnamed, ... From: 8 December 1575
Tidal water from the millpond at Paris Garden often overflows the groundwork and floodgates Paris Garden; Swan ... ... ... ...
The millpond at Paris Garden floods the surrounding houses, grounds and highways Paris Garden; Swan ... ... ... ...
A chorister of St Paul's is kidnapped St Paul's Paul's Boys Cordell, William; Westcott, Sebastian; Wilson, Thomas ... From: 3 December 1575
The Privy Council forestalls the performance of a lewd play Boar's Head Inn Boar's Head Inn Players Curtis, Thomas ... From: 5 September 1557
A fencer wishes to play his provost's prize at the Bull Bull ... Blanke, Thomas; David, John; Dudley, Ambrose, Earl of Warwick ... From: 1 July 1582
Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': Three King's Men petition to be admitted company sharers Blackfriars (II); Globe (II) King's Men (1603-1625); King's Men (1625-1642) Benfield, Robert; Brend, Matthew; Burbage, Cuthbert; Condell, Elizabeth; Condell, Henry; Heminges, John; Lowin, John; Pollard, Thomas; Robinson, Richard; Shank, John (II); Swanston, Elliard; Taylor, Joseph; Underwood, John ... From: 1635
A plot outline is written for '2 Seven Deadly Sins' ... ... Belt, Thomas; Bryan, George; Burbage, Richard; Cowley, Richard; Duke, John; Goodale, Thomas; Gough, Robert; Holland, John; Pallant, Robert; Phillips, Augustine; Pope, Thomas; Sincler, John; Slye, William undated undated
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Secretary of the Duke of Najera reports on the sport of baiting in London Bear Garden ... ... To: 1543 From: 1543
A Spanish diplomat describes his visit to Paris Garden Bear Garden; Paris Garden ... ... To: 1544 From: 1544
Gosson describes the behaviour of playhouse audiences ... ... Gosson, Stephen To: 1576 To: 1579
Poems compared to bear-baiting: Hall Bear Garden; Paris Garden ... ... From: before To: 1597 From: 1597
Paul Hentzner describes the Bear Garden Bear Garden ... ... To: 1598 From: 1629
Arthur Langworth reminds Edward Alleyn of 'a wey to helpe' after the death of Ralph Bowes Bear Garden; Court ... Alleyn, Edward; Bowes, Ralph To: June 1598 To: June 1598
Queen Anne's Men licensed to play at the Curtain and Boar's Head Boar's Head; Curtain Queen Anne's Men Beeston, Christopher; Beeston, Robert; Duke, John; Greene, Thomas; Heywood, Thomas; Holt, James; Lee, Robert; of Denmark, Anne; Pallant, Robert; Perkins, Richard; Stuart, James, King of England and Scotland; Swinnerton, Thomas To: before 15 March 1604 From: circa 1604
Queen Anne's Men perform 'Nobody and Somebody' ... Queen Anne's Men ... To: before 12 March 1606 From: after 12 March 1606
A letter from Henslowe and Alleyn records charges 'for the Beares meate' Bear Garden ... Alleyn, Edward; Henslowe, Philip To: circa June 1607 To: circa June 1607
Prince Henry hosts a private display of lion-baiting at the Tower Bear Garden; Court; Tower of London ... Stuart, Henry Frederick To: 20 April 1610 From: before 1615
The inset view of London in John Speed's 'Theatre of the Empire' represents two theatres: most likely, the Globe and Bear Garden Bear Garden; Globe (I) ... ... To: 1611 From: 1611
Henry Bluett describes the burning of the Globe in a letter Globe (I) ... ... To: 29 June 1613 To: 4 July 1613
The Fortune and Red Bull provide wooing material for a clown Fortune (I); Red Bull ... ... From: before To: 1615 From: 1615


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