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Summary Venue(s) Troupe(s) People Date Happened Date Recorded
Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': The ruling Blackfriars (II); Globe (II) King's Men (1625-1642) Benfield, Robert; Pollard, Thomas; Swanston, Elliard ... From: 12 July 1635
John Lyly and Thomas Nashe reputedly write libellous plays ... ... Lyly, John; Nashe, Thomas ... From: 5 November 1589
Edward Alleyn petitions the Privy Council, Treasury for incomes, leases and fees related to the Mastership of the King's Game Bear Garden; Court ... Alleyn, Edward undated undated
William Fawnte asks Edward Alleyn for 'beare cobes' Bear Garden ... Alleyn, Edward undated undated
Public playhouses present secular drama: Stow Curtain; Theatre ... ... undated From: 1598
The Phoenix auditorium is spherical Phoenix/Cockpit ... ... ... From: 1640
The millstream and pond neighbouring the prospective Swan site have a tendency to overflow Paris Garden; Swan ... ... ... ...
William Longe sells the Curtain estate to Thomas Harberte Curtain ... Harberte, Thomas; Hickes, Richard; Lanman, Henry; Longe, William; Longe, Maurice; Manne, Robert; Medley, Robert; Wilkins, Thomas; Wilkinson, Thomas ... From: 18 March 1582
Nicholas Tooley remembers the Burbages and Condells in his will ... ... Burbage, Cuthbert; Burbage, Elizabeth; Burbage , Elizabeth, the younger; Burbage, Richard; Burbage, Sara; Condell, Henry; Condell, Elizabeth; Robinson, Richard; Tooley, Nicholas; Walker, Alice ... ...
Commissioners of the Sewers assess Francis Langley's share of maintenance at Paris Garden Paris Garden ... Langley, Francis ... ...
The Chamberlain's Men perform at Court Court Chamberlain's Men (1596-1603) ... ... ...
The Chamberlain's Men perform at Court Court Chamberlain's Men (1596-1603) ... ... ...
The Chamberlain's Men perform at Court Court Chamberlain's Men (1596-1603) ... ... ...
Samuel Rowley urges Philip Henslowe to pay authors of 'The Six Yeomen of the West' Fortune (I) Admiral's Men Day, John; Henslowe, Philip; Rowley, Samuel undated undated
Samuel Rowley urges Philip Henslowe to pay John Day and William Haughton Fortune (I) Admiral's Men Day, John; Henslowe, Philip; Rowley, Samuel undated undated
Sir Henry Herbert refuses to allow a performance of Fletcher's 'The Tamer Tam'd' ... King's Men (1625-1642) Herbert, Henry ... From: 19 October 1633
Nathan Field seeks bail from Philip Henslowe Hope; Rose; Swan Lady Elizabeth's Men Field, Nathan; Henslowe, Philip undated undated
Chancery, Evans vs Kirkman: Evans states his case Blackfriars (II) ... Burbage, Richard; Ellesmere, Thomas; Evans, Henry; Hawkins, Alexander; Kendall, Thomas; Kirkham, Edward; Muskett, Sy:; Rastell, William ... From: 5 May 1612
Sir William Faunt writes to Edward Alleyn concerning bulls for Paris Garden Bear Garden; Paris Garden ... Alleyn, Edward undated undated
A French company is allowed to play at the Red Bull Red Bull French Players (c1635) ... ... From: 22 November 1629
Theatres use bills to advertise ... ... ... ... From: 1577
Rowland White to Sir Philip Sidney: Today the Queen is entertained by a French rope dancer, tomorrow by a baiting Bear Garden; Court ... Sidney, Philip; Tudor, Elizabeth ... ...
Sir Henry Herbert lists the chief players at the Red Bull Red Bull Red Bull (Revels) Company (1619-c1623) Basse, Thomas; Blaney, John; Cumber, John; Lee, Robert; Perkins, Richard; Robbins, William; Worth, Ellis ... From: 1622
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
Gallants smoke over the stage: Guilpin ... ... ... undated From: 1598
A balladeer is robbed at the Red Bull Red Bull ... ... undated From: circa 1623
Hamlet advises the players ... ... ... ... ...
Dekker: Audiences are 'two-penny tyrants' ... ... ... ... ...
Dekker on Jonson ... ... Dekker, Thomas; Jonson, Benjamin ... ...
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
Thomas Pope ... ... Pope, Thomas ... ...
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
Requests, King's Men vs Brend: The King's Men present their interrogatories Globe (I); Globe (II) King's Men (1625-1642) Brend, Matthew; Burbage, Cuthbert; Burbage, Richard; Condell, Henry; Heminges, John; Robinson, Richard ... undated
According to a holograph note in an early edition of 'A Game at Chess,' the players claimed to have taken in £1500 before the play was suppressed Globe (II) King's Men (1625-1642) ... undated undated
Bryan Bradley and Richard Tyler are jailed by a Hampshire magistrate while on official Bear Garden business ... ... ... ... ...
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
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
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


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