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London Theatre: From the Globe to the National Hardcover – 22 Sep 1977
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A marvellous celebration of four centuries of London theatre, this book fluently sketches the scandalous, provocative and vigorous history of the stage, from the completion of James Burbage's The Theatre in Shoreditch in 1576 to the opening of the National Theatre on the South Bank in 1976. Within the boundaries of this city, over these four centuries, every form of theatre can be found, from street theatre with processions, plays, stagebooths, to elaborate spectacles at Covent Garden and experimental plays in countless pubs, upper rooms and basements.
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