Some 400 years ago, Shakespeare was "king pin" in Shoreditch - London's theatre central in Shakespeare's day.
Finally, it looks like the drama may return to some of Shakespeare's venues: The Curtain and The Theatre.
The sites of these two Jacobean theatres are seeking to become theatres once again and now have planning permissions in place.
The Theatre was the original Globe Theatre and was the home of Richard Burbage's The Lord Chamberlain's Men. It was dismantled and reconstructed across the River Thames after a dispute with the landowner got out of hand!
The Curtain was discovered last year and can also be traced to the Lord Chamberlain's Men. It is hoped this venue will reopen as an open-air amphitheatre.