Whitefriars passed under city control in 1608 by grant of King James I, but certain rights remained, notably that of sanctuary.
After this we hear little or nothing of the Whitefriars Playhouse.
At the time he became interested in the Whitefriars Playhouse he was twenty-two years old.
They were the Whitefriars, their dress being white with a black hood.
John de Montacute's father was buried in the Church of the Whitefriars.
"All that's left of the monastery of the Whitefriars," said Jeffreys.
Pepys, the indefatigable, was a frequent visitor to the Whitefriars Theatre.
It seemed to her that everybody must have been travelling to Whitefriars to-day!
It had originally stood alone on the brow of the hill overlooking the river and the Whitefriars Abbey.
It was no joke then to threaten the privileges of Whitefriars.