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Henry VI - Part 3: The Wars of the Roses

Henry VI - Part 3: The Wars of the Roses (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0504020900. Details of all Henry VI - Part 3: The Wars of the Roses archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0614238189

Archive Listings

11 Apr 22
4 Jun 22
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


Henry VI - Part 3: The Wars of the Roses archiveFollowing the death of Henry V, celebrated for having united England and subjugated France, divisions appear at the highest levels - first between those around the infant Henry VI, later between the two great factions in English politics: the houses of Lancaster and York. Only the young Lord Talbot, locked in combat with the bewitching and enigmatic Joan of Arc, seems capable of redeeming a divided and dishonoured kingdom.


Oliver Alvin-Wilson (York), Lucy Benjamin (Second Keeper / Tutor), Richard Cant (Lieutenant / King Lewis / 1st Keeper), Daniel J Carver (Clifford), Angelina Chudi (Lady Bona), Paola Dionisotti (Exeter), Felixe Forde (Richmond), Minnie Gale (Margaret), Ashley D Gayle (Edward), Conor Glean (Young Clifford), Ben Hall (George Clarence), Arthur Hughes (Richard Duke of Gloucester), Jack Humphrey (Rivers), Nicholas Karimi (Warwick), Al Maxwell (Vernon), Peter Moreton (Salisbury), Georgia-Mae Myers (French Messenger), Sophia Papadopoulos (Prince Edward), Mark Quartley (Henry VI), Aaron Sidwell (The Son), Yasmin Taheri (Elizabeth), John Tate (Hastings), Ibraheem Toure (Mob Leader / 2nd Watchman / Soldier), Emma Tracey (Rutland), Daniel Ward (Buckingham), Benjamin Westerby (Somerset)


Author: Shakespeare
Company: Royal Shakespeare Company
Director(s): Owen Horsley, Gregory Doran, Rachel Bown-Williams (fight), Ruth Cooper-Brown (fight)
Design: Stephen Brimson Lewis
Lighting: Simon Spencer
Sound: Steven Atkinson
Costume: Hannah Clark
Music: Paul Englishby


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