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Henry VI concedes that the House of York shall inherit the crown after his death, angering his wife Margaret who fights for the House of Lancaster. Fathers kill sons, sons kill fathers. The House of York prevails and Edward IV is crowned, unaware that his brother Richard, Duke of Gloucester is already plotting his downfall.Performers David Oyelowd (Henry VI), Geoffrey Streatfield (Clifford), Richard Cordery (Gloucester), Geff Francis (Warwick), Aidan McArdle (Charles/Richard), Jake Nightingale (Jack Cade), Nicholas Asbury, David Beames, Tom Beard, Fiona Bell, Philip Brook, Edward Clayton, Sarah D'Arcy, Richard Dillane, Christopher Ettridge, John Kane, Neil Madden, Gavin Marshall, Aislin McGuckin, Deirdra Morris, Elaine Pyke, Rhashan Stone, Sam Troughton, James Tucker, Clive Wood.
Author Shakespeare. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Boyd. Design Tom Piper.
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