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Shakespeare's patriotic history play about the warrior-king. Henry V leads the English to victory at Agincourt and afterwards is taught the words of love by the French Princess, Katherine. A vivid depiction of the horrors of war and a romantic, fast-moving story.Performers Conrad Nelson (Henry V), Barrie Rutter (Chorus), Andy Hockley (Ely/Fluellan), Roy North (Canterbury/Jamy/Erpingham), Roger Burnett (Gloucester), Frank Moorey (Exeter), Richard Standing (Montjoy), John Gully (Nym/Orleans), Andrew Whitehead (Bardolph/Bates/Le Fer), Tim Barker (Pistol), Jacqueline Redgewell (Mistress Quickly), Adam Sunderland (Boy), Dennis Conlon (Cambridge/Macmorris), Andrew Vincent (Scroop/Williams), Paul Barnhill (Grey/Gower), David Bowen (Charles VI), Guy Parry (Dolphin), Jason Furnival (Constable), Maeve Larkin (Katherine), Nicola Sanderson (Alice).
Author Shakespeare. Company Northern Broadsides. Director Barrie Rutter. Design Giuseppe Belli. Design Emma Barrington-Binns. Music Conrad Nelson.
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