How much did it cost to sit in the different sections of the Globe Theater?

How much did it cost to sit in the different sections of the Globe Theater?

The cheapest seats were not seats at all, but standing admission, which would have cost one penny, or two pennies for use of a bench.

Who went to the Globe Theater?

The Elizabethan general public (the Commoners) referred to as groundlings would pay 1 penny to stand in the ‘Pit’ of the Globe Theater. The gentry would pay to sit in the galleries often using cushions for comfort! Rich nobles could watch the play from a chair set on the side of the Globe stage itself.

How many standing room tickets are available at the Globe Theatre?

Considering this, how many standing tickets are available at the Globe Theatre? Thankfully, there are 700 standing room tickets available for each show and they only cost £5 per person, so this doesn’t have to be an expensive activity. What did the audience do if they didn’t like the performance at the Globe Theatre?

How much are tickets for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre?

Ticket prices will vary from year to year and will depend on where you will be sitting or standing in the theatre. To find out the prices of the tickets and to choose a seat that best suits you, see the Official Shakespeare’s Globe website ticket prices page.

Can a disabled person get tickets to the Globe Theatre?

It is also possible to get discounted tickets for the Globe theatre if you are registered as disabled or are buying tickets for a group of more than 14 people. For more information on getting these discounted tickets, call the number below.

When to go to the Globe Theatre in London?

Thanks to the theatre being re-built in the 1990s you can now see a Shakespearian play in authentic Shakespearian surroundings. The Globe theatre is a roofless wooden ‘O’ shape – plays are available to see during the warm months of the year (see below for more details on what constitutes the theatre season).

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