Rose Theatre

Rose Theatre information

London , England
56 Park St
+44 20 7261 9565
Getting there
Tube: London Bridge
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Opening hours
10am-5pm Sat
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The Rose, for which Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson wrote their greatest plays and in which Shakespeare learned his craft, is unique: its original 16th-century foundations were discovered in 1989 beneath an office building and given a protective concrete cover. Administered by the nearby Globe Theatre, the Rose is open to the public only when matinees are being performed at the Globe and can only be visited as part of a group.