A Tudor Theatre Katie Dicker, Alan Childs

Hodder Wayland
Hardback 32 pages

ISBN:
9780750257015
Size:
10 x 225 x 278mm
Published:
29 Jan 2009
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Series:
Be a History Detective
United Kingdom, Great Britain
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Overview

'Be a History Detective' will show you how to find out more about the past by finding clues in your local area and will help you start a history project of your own.

Contents

Did the Tudors invent acting? What were inn-yard theatres? Could anyone be an actor? Who were the youngest actors? When were new theatres built? What were theatres like? Were there special effects? Who went to the theatre? Who was Will Shakespeare? Were all theatres open-air? How were theatres built? How does archaeology help? Your project Glossary Answers Index

Author

Katie Dicker is a writer and editor who has worked in publishing for over ten years. She has a degree in politics and philosophy but works across a range of titles, from science and natural history to current affairs and the arts. She specialises in children's non-fiction.

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