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Jack Cade leads an anarchic uprising against Henry VI, made powerless by the warring factions of his new wife, Margaret of Anjou, and the House of York, as England descends deeper into anarchy and bloody civil strife.Performers Nicholas Asbury (Somerset), Keith Bartlett (Ghost of Talbot), Hannah Barrie (Margery Jourdain), Maureen Beattie (Eleanor Duchess of Gloucester), Antony Bunsee (Keeper), Richard Cordery (Humphrey), Matt Constain (Humphrey Stafford), Julius D'Silva (Peter), Keith Dunphy (Young Clifford), Wela Frasier (Keeper's Assistant), Geoffrey Freshwater (Cardinal Beaufort), Paul Hamilton (Alexander Eden), Alexia Healy (Simpcox's Wife), Kieran Hill (Horner), Tom Hodgkins (Duke of Buckingham), Chuk Iwuji (Henry VI), John Mackay (Jack Cade), Forbes Masson (Edward), Chris McGill (William Stafford), Patrice Naiambana (Warwick), Ann Ogbomo (Margaret's Attendant), Miles Richardson (Lord Clifford), Lex Shrapnel (Ghost of Hohn Talbot), Jonathan Slinger (Richard), Katy Stephens (Margaret), Geoffery Streatfeild (Suffolk), James Tucker (George), Roger Watkins (Earl of Salisbury), 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 Terry King (fight). Director Liz Ranken (movement).
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