One of the things that makes Middle Temple notable now is that it is one of the few places where Shakespeare's company performed that still exist. While it is possible to see the foundations of the Rose Playhouse (and it is very much worthwhile to do so), Middle Temple is different insofar as it is intact (or at least intact and painstakingly reconstructed from war damage).
The photos below are of the east end of the hall, which includes the balcony. One can easily imagine how the Lord Chamberlain's men would have used this end of the hall as a performance space. On the other hand, it is commonly held that the performance was in the middle of the hall.
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