Celebrating the 400th anniversary of the death of legendary Elizabethan and Jacobean actor Richard Burbage

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Celebrating the 400th anniversary of the death of legendary Elizabethan and Jacobean actor Richard Burbage

Residents of Burbage Road in Dulwich, South London, celebrate 400 years since the death of Richard Burbage with the first event of Exit: Burbage. Burbage was legendary actor and close friend of Shakespeare. He was one of the first actors to play leading roles in some of Shakespeare's plays and built the famous Globe Theatre in London.

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