Bell Savage Picture

Bell Savage Picture
  • Interesting and unusual Bell Savage Picture from the Elizabethan Era of William Shakespeare and the Globe Theatre
  • Stunning and vivid Bell Savage Picture illustrating the history Elizabethan and Globe theatre

Interesting information about the Bell Savage Picture during the life and times of William Shakespeare and the Globe Theatre of Elizabethan London, England

Bell Savage Picture
The Bell Savage Picture will bring the history of the Globe Theatre to life. This picture illustrates an important aspect of the Elizabethan theatre during the period of William Shakespeare and the original Globe Theatre. Our Picture of Bell Savage provides an idea of what this famous theatre looked like. The theatres in Elizabethan London were exciting venues for staging the plays of William Shakespeare. The Elizabethan Theatres started in the cobbled courtyards of Inns, or taverns - they were therefore called Inn-yards. It was the idea of James Burbage to construct the first of the purpose-built Elizabethan theatre. The massive open-air arena styled theatres were only open during the summer months. Winter venues were established called Playhouses providing new indoor Elizabethan Theatres.

Bell Savage Picture
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