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I was born here in London 1569. My mother died when I was two years old and since then it have only been me and my father. My father is a pretty wealthy merchant and we got a new home here in the centre of London. The house is big and we got some servants that help us with cooking and cleaning.

Because my father is a merchant we travel a lot around the world. We have been all over Europe, in Spain, Italy and Greece. We have even been to China once. Every where we go we are visiting different theatres. My father was once an actor and he loved that job, but when mother died he lost all his sense of acting and became a merchant. But he almost like this work better, at least I do.

Last time we went to the theatre was here in London 1593. They call the theatre “the Globe” just because it looks like one. We had just arrived to London and there was this huge sign: “Visit Shakespeare’s fantastic play tonight at the Globe”. We got curious and wondered what that could be. We checked it up and understood that a new theatre could be found just outside London. Of course we bought tickets to the play immediately. There where different kinds of tickets, standing tickets, seat reservations and the expensive scene tickets. Poor people like servants and miners bought the standing tickets. To get a seat you had to pay a little extra and that were just what we did. Luckily as we were, the play wasn’t until tomorrow so we could go to sleep and rest our travelling minds. The next day we waited impatient till it was time.

There it stood, grand and pretty, the Globe. Even though we had seen much bigger and prouder theatres this was one of the greatest. We couldn’t wait to get inside.
It was much bigger inside that it looked like from outside. The scene was enormous and just above the scene the most expensive seats where placed and there two noblemen were seated.
The theatre was crammed with people from all classes. Everyone was on a good mood and so were we. There were two pillars on the scene that holds up the roof. The roof was painted like a heaven with a sun and some clouds.

Then the play begun. When the first actors came in on scene the noblemen stood up and clap their hands so aloud that everyone just stared at them and the actors had to repeat their first lines, (stupid nobles).
The play wa...

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