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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 Alex Hassell (Henry V), Daniel Abbott (Gloucester/Monsieur le Fer), Martin Bassindale (Boy), Antony Byrne (Pistol), Sean Chapman (Exeter), Oliver Ford Davies (Chorus), Nicholas Gerard-Martin (Orleans/Bishop of Ely), Robert Gilbert (Dauphin), Alex Hassell (Henry V), Jim Hooper (Canterbury/Erpingham), Jennifer Kirby (Katherine), Jane Lapotaire (Queen Isobel), Sam Marks (Constable of France), Dale Mathurin (Bates/Bedford), Chris Middleton (Nym/Warwick/Governor of Harfleur), Evelyn Miller (Rambures/Lady-in-Waiting), Keith Osborn (Montjoy/Scroop), Sarah Parks (Mistress Quickly), Leigh Quinn (Alice), Joshua Richards (Bardolph/Fluellen), Simon Thorp (King of France), Obioma Ugoala (Grey/Gower), Andrew Westfield (Westmoreland/MacMorris), Simon Yadoo (Cambridge/Williams/Jamy).
Author Shakespeare. Producer Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company. Director Gregory Doran. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Paul Englishby. Sound Martin Slavin. Director Michael Ashcroft (movement director). Director Terry King (fight director).
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