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. Part of The Travelex £10 SeasonPerformers Adrian Lester (Henry V), Ian Hogg (King of France), Willaim Gaunt (Archbishop of Canterbury/Burgundy), Penny Downie (Chorus), Jude Akuwudike (Pistol), Peter Blythe (Fluellen), Tony Devlin (Warwick/MacMorris), Felicite Du Jeu (Princess Katherine), Jamie Harding (Le Fer), Robert Horwell (Nym), David Kennedy (Bardolph/Michael Williams), Adam Levy (Dauphin), Tom McKay (Scroop/Gloucester), Marian McLoughlin (Alice), Iain Mitchell (Constable of France), Cecilia Noble (Mistress Quickly/Mistress of France), Nick Sampson (Cambridge/Orleans), Faz Singhateh (Westmoreland), Rohan Siva (Mountjoy), Mark Springer (Grey/Bourbon), Russell Tovey (Boy), Tim Treloar (Bedford/Bates), David Weston (Bishop of Ely/Sir Thomas Erpingham), Rupert Wickham (Gower/French Ambassador), Helen Anderson-Lee, Roberty Blythe.
Author Shakespeare. Producer National Theatre. Corporate Sponsor Travelex. Director Nicholas Hytner. Design Tim Hatley. Lighting Mark Henderson. Director Simon Webb (music). Sound Paul Groothuis.