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Shakespeare’s Globe
10 October 2018 | Updated 22 October 2018
 

Shakespeare’s Globe, the iconic theatre based on Bankside, London, is to see Cordant Security provide a 24 hours a day, year round staffed security solution as the theatre prioritises the safety of its visitors and employees.

Shakespeare’s Globe comprises the Globe Theatre, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, education faculty and exhibition & tour, attracting over a million visitors each year.

 Services provided by Cordant will include search and screening, patrolling, overt and plain clothes security and access control, including keyholding, deliveries and car park management.

Experienced officers will monitor CCTV and report and respond to any incidents. They will also be equipped with specific customer service training to answer queries from members of the public.

 

Sandra Lynes Timbrell, Director of Exhibition & Tour and Visitor Experience, said: “It is our objective to provide a first-class experience for our guests - many of whom come from right across the world - and we must ensure they remain safe at all times. Cordant Security has a reputation for providing a proficient and high-quality service. This gave us the confidence to sign this contract.”

 

Brendan Musgrove, MD at Cordant Security, said: “Shakespeare’s Globe is one of the city of London’s most famous landmarks and we are privileged to secure this contract. We fully understand that the safety of guests and employees is of paramount importance.”

Picture: Shakespeare’s Globe.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 10 October 2018

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