of note that Gabriel Spenser one on the company's actors was killed
in a duel with the dramatist Ben Jonson in 1698, who many years
later would be closely associated with Publication of Shakespeare's
First Folio. After the Admiral's men left the Rose it was used by
Worcester's men who had broken their contact with the owner of the
Boar's Head at Whitechapel and lacked a venue and faced legal action.
They remained at the Rose until the end of 1605, when, after becoming
Queen Anne's men they moved to the recently built and licensed Red
bull at Clerkenwell. The Rose is believed to have been demolished
the following year.
Dimensions of the Rose Theatre