Welcome to the 16th Century


London, mid-16th century, is an overwhelming place. The crowds of people, the babble of strange accents and unknown languages, the noise, the streets crammed with animals and carts, the smells. Especially the smells.

Being a part of the new wave of theatre is just about the most exciting scene you could imagine. The players' popularity has grown beyond the small inns and ale houses that they used to play. Now they're playing to audiences of thousands in custom-built theatres. Of course, your involvement in the new wave so far is limited to parking the horses of wealthier audiences. But, still, it's an exciting thing to be a part of it.