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The new GLOBE COBURG at Nina Bellosa square will serve as an interim venue.

In 1599, London Globe Theatre was inaugurated by world-famous English poet and actor William Shakespeare. He had his plays performed in the octagonal theatre, the interior of which was open to the sky. Only the seats in the boxes on the three floors on the sides were covered. The building was originally a less-than-ideal solution, but the success was gigantic. The GLOBE COBURG was given its rotunda-like shape in imitation of Shakespeare’s theatre. It will serve as an interim venue for Coburg’s state theatre, a tri-purpose building, that will undergo extensive refurbishment for several years. The GLOBE COBURG provides a wonderful stage for plays, operas, concerts, and ballet. The theatre box office will continue to be located in the entrance hall of the state theatre on theatre square.

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Nina-Bellosa-Platz 1
96450 Coburg

Phone: +49 9561 898989

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