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Henry the Fifth archiveWhat's the difference between a king and any other man? Kings need crowns and castles to prove themselves, and so does Henry. Henry the Fifth, that is, of England. But Henry is running out of cash and all he can think about is that his neighbour's castle is bigger than his. A long and terrible war ensues with huge costs on both sides, including the castle Henry dreamed of having for himself. Adapted by Ignace Cornelissen who wrote the Unicorn's much-loved 2012 production, A Winter's Tale, this dynamic and contemporary new version of Henry V will make you wonder whether getting into a fight is really worth all the mess it leaves behind. Age guide: 8+
Performers Hannah Boyde, Rhys Rusbatch, Abdul Salis, Shane Zaza.
Author Ignace Cornelissen (based on Henry V by William Shakespeare). Producer Unicorn. Translation Purni Morell. Director Ellen McDougall. Design James Button. Sound Emma Laxton. Lighting David Kidd.

Henry the Fifth

Henry the Fifth (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0459648996. Details of all Henry the Fifth archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2107180135

Archive Listings

8 Oct 13
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16 Nov 13
Unicorn Theatre
Inner London
Greater London

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