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Summary Venue(s) Troupe(s) People Date Happened Date Recorded
Queen Anne's Men perform 'A Woman Killed with Kindness' ... Queen Anne's Men Heywood, Thomas To: by 1617 From: 1617
Daborne's 'The Poor Man's Comfort' is performed at the Cockpit Phoenix/Cockpit ... ... To: before 1618 From: 1655
'Match Me in London' is performed first at the Red Bull and then revived at the Cockpit/Phoenix Phoenix/Cockpit; Red Bull ... ... To: before 8 November 1630 From: 1631
Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': The players address a further petition Blackfriars (II); Globe (II) King's Men (1625-1642) Benfield, Robert; Burbage, Cuthbert; Condell, Elizabeth; Lowin, John; Pollard, Thomas; Robinson, Richard; Robinson, Winifred; Shank, John (II); Swanston, Elliard; Taylor, Joseph To: 1635 From: 1635
Ben Jonson never wrote the loud plays associated with the Red Bull Red Bull ... Jonson, Benjamin; Mayne, Jasper To: before 1637 From: 1638
'The Arcadian Shepherdess' is licensed for Salisbury Court Salisbury Court Queen Henrietta Maria's Men Herbert, Henry To: 1638 To: 1638
'The Devil and the Collier,' parts 1 and 2 are licensed to Prince Charles' Men Red Bull Prince Charles' Men (1631-1642) Herbert, Henry To: 1638 From: 1638
'Wallenstein, Duke of Fridland' is licensed to the Globe Globe (II) King's Men (1625-1642) Glapthorne, Henry; Herbert, Henry To: 1639 From: 1639
Henslowe records loans to Admiral's Men Rose Admiral's Men; Chamberlain's Men (1596-1603) Alleyn, Edward; Chapman, George; Chettle, Henry; Downton, Thomas; Henslowe, Philip; Heywood, Thomas; Juby, Edward; Shaw, Robert From: 4 January To: 31 March From: 4 January 1598 To: 31 March 1599
Leicester's Men perform at Richmond Richmond Leicester's Men ... From: 4 January To: 1578 From: 16 January 1578
Warwick's Men perform at Court Court Warwick's Men ... From: 6 January To: 1578 From: 12 January 1578
Requests, Pembroke's Men vs Francis Langley: Langley answers the players' charges Rose; Swan Pembroke's Men Harris, John; Henslowe, Philip; Langley, Francis; Shaw, Robert From: February To: November 1597 From: 24 November To: 1597
The Swan pays £4 6s 8d to the Overseers of the Poor of Paris Garden Swan ... ... From: 5 April To: 1611 From: 5 April 1611
James I's funeral procession includes the Master of the Bears, and 'Actors & Comedians' Bear Garden; Court ... Alleyn, Edward; Stuart, James, King of England and Scotland From: 17 May To: 1625 undated
Henslowe lends 40s to William Borne to pay for a play by 'Maxton' [Marston], a new playwright Rose Admiral's Men Henslowe, Philip; Marston, John From: 28 September From: 28 September 1599
William Faunt requests a bear cub from Edward Alleyn Bear Garden ... Alleyn, Edward From: 9 November From: 9 November
Warwick's Men perform at Court Court Warwick's Men ... From: 8 December To: 1577 From: 12 January 1578
Players perform at Mile End Mile End Mile End Players ... From: before 6 August 1501 From: 6 August 1501
William Spence sells Rose tenements to Henry Polsted Bear Garden; Rose ... ... From: 17 June 1537 From: 17 June 1537
Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester, leases tenements named the Barge, the Bell, and the Cock to William Payne Bear Garden; Rose ... ... From: 6 March 1540 From: 1 August 1582
Richard Dorrington is cited as 'Keeper of the King's Mastiffs' Bear Garden; Court ... ... From: by 1552 From: 1552
A bear gets loose and bites a spectator Bear Garden ... ... From: Sunday 9 December 1554 From: Sunday 9 December 1554
Rakes lead a gull to Paris Garden Bear Garden; Paris Garden ... ... From: circa 1555 From: circa 1555
Watermen' fares across the Thames Bear Garden; Blackfriars (I); Paris Garden ... ... From: circa 1555 From: circa To: 1555
A Masque of Almains, Pilgrims, and Irishmen performed for Queen Mary Westminster Palace ... Cawarden, Thomas; Tudor, Mary; Walgrave, Edward From: 25 April 1557 From: 30 April 1557
Boar's Head Inn players set at liberty Boar's Head Inn Boar's Head Inn Players Curtis, Thomas From: 6 September 1557 From: 6 September 1557
Chancery, Polsted vs Wistowe: Robert Wistowe is cited for nonpayment of rent for 'the bear yard' Bear Garden ... ... From: circa 1559 undated
French ambassadors attend a bull- and bear-baiting Bear Garden; Paris Garden ... ... From: 26 May 1559 From: 26 May 1559
A 'mask' and procession through London ends with a court performance of Julius Caesar Whitehall ... ... From: 1 February 1562 From: after 1 February 1562
An Italian merchant sailor visits London, and describes a spectacle at the Bear Garden Bear Garden ... ... From: after Sunday 1 March 1562 From: 1562
Westminster Boys perform a play at court Court; Westminster Grammar School Westminster Boys ... From: January 1565 From: January 1565 To: April 1565
Paul's Boys perform at court Court; St Paul's; Westminster Grammar School Paul's Boys; Westminster Boys ... From: January 1565 From: January 1565 To: April 1565
Westminster Boys perform a play at Court Westminster Grammar School; Westminster Palace Westminster Boys Taylor, John; Tudor, Elizabeth From: 1567 To: 1568 From: 10 January 1568
Westminster Boys perform a play at Court Westminster Grammar School; Westminster Palace Westminster Boys Taylor, John; Tudor, Elizabeth From: 9 February 1567 To: 11 February 1567 From: 13 February 1567
The Curtain estate is sold to Maurice and William Longe Curtain ... Blount, James, Lord Mountjoy; Blount, Katherine; Leigh, Thomas; Longe, Maurice; Longe, William; Manne, Robert; Wilkinson, Richard From: 20 February 1567 From: 20 February 1567
King's Bench, John Brayne vs John Reynolds: The summary Red Lion ... Brayne, John; Heywood, Richard; Reynolds, John From: 17 June 1567 To: 26 January 1569 From: late January 1569
John Brayne dissatisfied with scaffolds built for the Red Lion; The Story of Sampson to be performed Red Lion ... Bradshaw, ; Brayne, John; Buttermore, William; Kyrby, Richard; Lyffe, John; More, Richard; Ruddoke, William; Smarte, Richard; Snelling, William; Sylvester, William; Whreste, Henry From: before 15 July 1567 From: 15 July 1567
A summary of theatres built in London: Edmund Howes Bear Garden; Bel Savage; Boar's Head; Curtain; Fortune (I); Fortune (II); Globe (I); Globe (II); Hope; Newington Butts; Phoenix/Cockpit; Red Bull; Red Lion; Salisbury Court; St Paul's; Swan; Theatre; Whitefriars ... ... From: 1569 To: 1629 From: 1631
Nashe praises Edward Alleyn and other players ... ... Alleyn, Edward; Bentley, John; Knell, William; Tarlton, Richard From: circa 1570 To: 1592 From: 1592
Heywood memorializes great players in his 'Apology for Actors' ... ... Bentley, John; Crosse, Samuel; Kemp, William; Knell, William; Laneham, John; Mills, Tobias; Phillips, Augustine; Pope, Thomas; Singer, John; Slye, William; Spencer, Gabriel; Tarlton, Richard; Wilson, Robert From: circa 1570 To: 1613 From: 1612
Braun and Hogenberg's map of London offers an early view of the Bear Garden Bear Garden ... ... From: circa 1572 From: circa 1572
Westminster Boys perform a play at Court Court Westminster Boys Tudor, Elizabeth From: 18 February 1572 From: 29 February 1572
Westminster Boys perform 'Paris and Vienna' at court Court Westminster Boys Tudor, Elizabeth From: 19 February 1572 undated
Westminster Boys perform a play at Court Court; Westminster Grammar School Westminster Boys Billingesley, John; Tudor, Elizabeth From: 19 February 1572 From: 22 February 1572
Queen Elizabeth issues patents for 'our game pastymes and sportes' to Raphe Bowes Bear Garden ... Bowes, Ralph; Tudor, Elizabeth From: 2 June 1573 From: 2 June 1573
Ralph Bowes (not John Dorington) is appointed Master of the Queen's Game Bear Garden; Court ... Bowes, Ralph From: 2 June 1573 From: 2 June 1573
Westminster Boys perform 'Truth, Faithfullness, and Mercy' at Court Whitehall Westminster Boys Elderton, William; Tudor, Elizabeth From: 1 January 1574 From: 1 January 1574 To: 11 January 1574
Westminster Boys perform a play at Court Westminster Grammar School; Whitehall Westminster Boys Elderton, William; Tudor, Elizabeth From: 1 January 1574 From: 10 January 1574
Queen Elizabeth I grants the Earl of Leicester's Men license to perform ... Leicester's Men Burbage, James; Johnson, William; Laneham, John; Perkin, John; Wilson, Robert From: 7 May 1574 From: 7 May 1574
Joan Payne leases the 'The Barge' to Francis Puckryche Bear Garden ... ... From: 11 November 1574 From: 1574


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