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After the premature coronation of the baby Henry VI, France, led by Joan of Arc, exploits the fierce power-squabbles in England and battles to reclaim the French lands lost to Henry V.Performers Nicholas Asbury (Somerset), Keith bartlett (Talbot), Hannah Barrie (Fiend), Antony Bunsee (Keeper), Richard Cordery (Humphrey), Matt Constain (Burgundy), Julius D'Silva (Sir William Lucy), Keith Dunphy (Young Clifford), Wela Frasier (Gunner's Boy), Geoffrey Freshwater (Winchester), Paul Hamilton (Alexander Eden), Alexia Healy (Fiend), Kieran Hill (Mayor's Officer), Tom Hodgkins (Bedford), Chuk Iwuji (Henry VI), John Mackay (Dauphin), Forbes Masson (Alencon), Chris McGill (Sir William Stafford), Patrice Naiambana (Warwick), Ann Ogbomo (Fiend), Miles Richardson (Exeter), Lex Shrapnel (John Talbot), Jonathan Slinger (Bastard of Orleans), Katy Stephens (Joan), Geoffery Streatfeild (Suffolk), James Tucker (Reignier), Roger Watkins (Edmund Mortimer), Clive Wood (Richard Plantaganet).
Author Shakespeare. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Boyd. Design Tom Piper. Lighting Heather Carson. Sound Andrea J Cox. Music John Woolf. Director Richard Twyman (associate director). Director Terry King (fight). Director Liz Ranken (movement).
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