Shakespeare's father was an affluent craftsman who made gloves, and his father would later hold the office as the town's bailiff (the highest office that an unelected official could hold).
The Globe Theatre is a primary attraction for any theatre enthusiast's trip to London.
Also, there was the minor factor that one of Shakespeares plays, Henry VIII Part 3, had devastating consequences on the Globe.
Exterior of the Globe Theatre In 1613, just three years before Shakespeares death, Henry VIII was being performed at the famous Globe Theatre.
It wasn't that there were no universities during Shakespeare's time, it was just that only people of extreme privilege had the opportunity to peruse higher learning.
In England, the collegiate system had been around for hundreds of years.
Not only are plays routinely performed at this famous venue, but it is also open to schools, societies, and individuals who wish to take tours of one of London's most famous historical landmarks.The Globe was an extremely noteworthy place and one of the only places where Kings and Dukes would sit among peasants, with everyone enjoying the many plays of the day.The theatre was constructed during Shakespeares career, meaning that many of his plays were produced before the Globe was even erected.Shakespeares marriage, on the other hand, was plagued with scandal worthy of even today's standards.When he was just 18 years old and still living in his fathers house in Stratford (not yet known as Stratford-Upon-Avon), he got married.