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Henry V archiveShakespeare'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. This production is sponsored by Birmingham International Airport and Continental Airlines.
Performers William Houston (Henry/Prince Hal), Sandra Voe (Mistress Quickly), Catherine Walker (Katherine), Sam Cox (Canterbury/Burgundy), David Acton (Charles VI), Richard Bremmer (Pistol), Alexis Daniel (Dauphin), Nicholas Khan (Constable), Joshua Richards (Williams), Adrian Schiller (Fluellen).
Author Shakespeare. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Edward Hall. Design Michael Pavelka. Lighting Ben Ormerod. Music Simon Slater. Sound Matt McKenzie. Choreographer Ian Spink.

Henry V

Henry V (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1951183046. Details of all Henry V archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S3563

Archive Listings

15 Mar 01
21 Apr 01
Barbican Centre
West End
Greater London

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User Reviews

USER: UK Theatre Web (04Apr01): This production hits you right between the eyes from the start. Much improved since Stratford it's now slick, hard and commanding. Will Houston is brilliant.Go and see it, don't read the reviews, live it.
USER: UK Theatre Web (01Apr01): William Houston holds the show, with great performances from Richard Bremmer(Pistol), Arthur Cox(Bardolph), and Sandra Voe(Mistress Quickly). Show not as rounded by rest of cast as against the Henry IV parts 1 & 2, but still a worthwhile see.

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