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🎧 Shakespeare's Shoreditch Theatre with Heather Knight
🎧 Dan Snow's History Hit • 24m
Dan visits the site of The Theatre, the 16th-century playhouse where some of Shakespeare's works were first performed, to investigate the archaeology with Heather Knight, Senior Archaeologist from the Museum of London Archaeology.
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