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King John

King John (Play) production archive for QTIX code T2008758493. Details of all King John archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S3852

Archive Listings

22 May 01
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26 May 01
South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre
Bracknell, Berkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
16 May 01
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29 May 01
New Vic Theatre
Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
8 May 01
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12 May 01
Theatre Royal
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Performance Details => Venue archive
3 May 01Coliseum Theatre
Oldham, Greater Manchester
Performance Details => Venue archive
25 Apr 01
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26 Apr 01
The Forum
Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
Performance Details => Venue archive
23 Apr 01
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28 Apr 01
General
General, Cumbria
Performance Details => Venue archive
9 Apr 01
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21 Apr 01
Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse)
Leeds, West Yorkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
5 Apr 01
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7 Apr 01
Low Level Station
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
2 Apr 01
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3 Apr 01
Rheged Discovery Centre
Penrith, Cumbria
Performance Details => Venue archive
28 Mar 01
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31 Mar 01
Stephen Joseph Theatre
Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
23 Mar 01
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24 Mar 01
The Point
Eastleigh, Hampshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
21 Mar 01Corn Exchange
Newbury, Berkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
14 Mar 01
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17 Mar 01
Forum Studio Theatre (formerly the Chester Gateway)
Chester, Cheshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
1 Mar 01
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10 Mar 01
Viaduct Theatre
Halifax, West Yorkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive

Details

King John archiveEngland versus France, peace versus war, might versus right, private passion versus public duty, King John has them all. He is a virtuoso politician with an uncontrollable passion for the crown - a hero and a villain. The play is powered by the politics of war with the future of England at stake. All goes well for King John and his tactically brilliant political manoeuvres, until the Pope's ambassador interferes. War and torture ensue, and King John's hold on the crown slips away. Sponsored by Halifax plc and supported by the Arts Council of England.

Cast/Performers

Fine Time Fontayne (King John), Barrie Rutter, Maggie Ollerenshaw, Andrew Whitehead, Tom Silburn, Andrew Pollard, Joanna Swain, Geoffrey Leesley, Andrew Vincent, Adam Vincent, Adam Sunderland, Marie Louise O'Donnell, Matthew Booth, Michelle Hardwick, Roy North, Gerard McDermott

Creatives/Company

Author: Shakespeare
Company: Northern Broadsides
Director(s): Barrie Rutter, Conrad Nelson
Design: Jessica Worrall

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.
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