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Henry IV Part II archiveKing Henry's health is failing as a second rebellion threatens to surface. Intent on securing his legacy, he is uncertain that Hal is a worthy heir, believing him more concerned with earthly pleasures than the responsibility of rule. Meanwhile, Falstaff is sent to the countryside to recruit fresh troops. Amongst the unwitting locals, opportunities for embezzlement and profiteering prove impossible to resist as Falstaff gleefully indulges in the business of lining his own pockets. As the King's health continues to worsen, Hal must choose between duty and loyalty to an old friend in Shakespeare's heartbreaking conclusion to this pair of plays.

Author Shakespeare.

Archive listings for Henry IV Part II

Work type: Play.

or Falstaff - T01772660148

Presented byGlobe Ensemble. Music Tayo Akinbode. Director Sarah Bedi. Director Federay Holmes. Stage ManagerRob Walker. Choreographer Sian Williams. Design Jessica Worrall. Performer Sarah Amankwah (Hal). Performer Philip Arditti (Player). Performer Nina Bowers (Player). Performer Jonathan Broadbent (Players). Performer Leaphia Darko (Player). Performer Steffan Donnelly (Player). Performer Colin Hurley (Player). Performer John Leader (Player). Performer Sophie Russell (Player). Performer Helen Schlesinger (Falstaff). Performer Michelle Terry (Player).
25 Apr 19 to 11 Oct 19Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L2023441751

T01516698199

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Gregory Doran. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Paul Englishby. Sound Martin Slavin. Director Mike Ashcroft (movement). Director Terry King (fight).
14 Dec 15 to 29 Dec 15Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L01622667960

T1946337965

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Gregory Doran. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Paul Englishby. Sound Martin Slavin. Director Mike Ashcroft (movement). Director Terry King (fight). Performer Antony Sher (Falstaff). Performer Jasper Britton (Henry IV). Performer Alex Hassell (Prince Hal). Performer Elliot Barnes-Worrell (Prince John/Francis). Performer Martin Bassindale (Peto). Performer Antony Byrne (Pistol). Performer Sean Chapman (Northumberland). Performer Oliver Ford Davies (Shallow). Performer Paola Dionisotti (Mistress Quickly). Performer Jonny Glynn (Warwick). Performer Nia Gwynne (Doll Tearsheet). Performer Jim Hooper (Silence). Performer Youssef Kerkour (Westmoreland). Performer Sam Marks (Poins). Performer Keith Osborn (Scroop). Performer Leigh Quinn (Wart). Performer Joshua Richards (Bardolph). Performer Simon Thorp (Lord Chief Justice). Performer Trevor White (Mowbray). Performer Simon Yadoo (Lord Bardolph). Performer Nicholas Gerard-Martin. Performer Robert Gilbert. Performer Jennifer Kirby.
29 Nov 14 to 24 Jan 15Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L563385540
11 Nov 14 to 15 Nov 14Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674
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5 Nov 14 to 8 Nov 14Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
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28 Oct 14 to 1 Nov 14Alhambra Theatre, Bradford :: V965
listing details L571680473
21 Oct 14 to 25 Oct 14The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L1428758840
15 Oct 14 to 18 Oct 14Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
listing details L404785011
25 Sep 14 to 4 Oct 14Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
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28 Mar 14 to 6 Sep 14Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L404571356

T0100349295

From Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ruben Szuchmacher, one of Argentina s most influential and controversial theatre-makers, directs a new production of this elegiac and funny masterpiece. A celebrated defender of the theatre s freedom from the state, Szuchmacher s work combines the richness of Shakespeare s texts with a simple theatrical aesthetic. His approach has won him great acclaim as one of the most admired Shakespearean artists in South America. Performed in Argentinean Spanish.Company Elkafka Espacio Teatral. Director Ruben Szuchmacher.
15 May 12 to 16 May 12Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L01839030576

T1708546414

Producer Globe Theatre. Director Dominic Dromgoole. Design Jonathan Fensom. Music Claire van Kampen. Performer Jamie Parker (Prince Hal). Performer William Gaunt (Worchester/Justice Shallow). Performer Roger Allam (Falstaff). Performer Oliver Cotton (Henry IV). Performer Christopher Godwin (Northumberland/Silence). Performer Sean Kearns (Glendower/Bullcolt/Warwick). Performer Paul Rider (Bardolf/Scroop). Performer Jade Williams (Lady Mortimer/Doll Tearsheet).
3 Jul 10 to 9 Oct 10Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L0521893823

T574122111

Cardiff Shakespeare Readers get together every month to experience ALL the great playwright’s works spoken aloud! Anyone is welcome to attend and read aloud, no matter what theatrical or literary experience you have.Company Cardiff Shakespeare.
29 Mar 09Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827
listing details L0961337546

T0813874224

RSC 'The Histories' CompanyCompany Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Director Michael Boyd. Design Tom Piper. Lighting Heather Carson. Costume Emma Williams. Music James Jones. Music John Woolf. Director Liz Ranken (movement). Sound Andrea J. Cox. Director Terry King (fight). Director Matt Costain (Rope Work). Choreographer Gavin Marshall (Aerial Consultant). Director Donnacadh O'Briain (assistant). Performer Nicholas Asbury. Performer Hannah Barrie. Performer Keith Bartlett. Performer Antony Bunsee. Performer Rob Carroll. Performer Richard Cordery. Performer Matt Costain. Performer Julius D'Silva. Performer Keith Dunphy. Performer Wela Frasier. Performer Geoffrey Freshwater. Performer Paul Hamilton. Performer Alexia Healy. Performer Kieran Hill. Performer Tom Hodgkins. Performer Chuk Iwuji. Performer John Mackay. Performer Forbes Masson. Performer Chris McGill. Performer Patrice Naiambana. Performer Luke Neal. Performer Sandy Neilson. Performer Ann Ogbomo. Performer Miles Richardson. Performer Lex Shrapnel. Performer Anthony Shuster. Performer Jonathan Slinger. Performer Katy Stephens. Performer Geoffrey Streatfeild. Performer James Tucker. Performer David Warner. Performer Roger Watkins. Performer Clive Wood.
5 Apr 08 to 23 May 08Roundhouse, West End :: V242
listing details L0331804108
25 Jul 07 to 14 Mar 08Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V643776775
listing details L01892570261

T01801091780

Producer National Theatre. Director Nicholas Hytner. Design Mark Thompson. Lighting Neil Austin. Music Max Ringham. Music Ben Ringham. Music Andrew Rutland. Director Terry King (fight). Sound Paul Groothuis. Performer Michael Gambon (Falstaff). Performer David Bradley (King). Performer Susan Brown (Mistress Quickly). Performer David Harewood. Performer Matthew Macfadyen (Prince Hal). Performer John Wood (Justice Shallow). Performer Thomas Arnold. Performer Robert Blythe. Performer John Carlisle. Performer Naomi Frederick. Performer Ian Gelder. Performer Darren Hart. Performer Jeffery Kissoon. Performer Elliot Levey. Performer Robert Lister. Performer Iain Michell. Performer Eve Myles. Performer Harry Peacock. Performer Alistair Petrie. Performer Samuel Roukin. Performer Adrian Scarborough. Performer Roger Sloman. Performer Rupert Ward-Lewis. Performer Andrew Westfield. Performer Tom Marshall. Performer Penelope McGhie. Performer John Wood. Performer Danny Worters.
26 Apr 05 to 31 Aug 05Olivier (National Theatre), West End :: V373
listing details L537551367

T1326486362

Company Principal Theatre Company.
16 Jul 05 to 31 Jul 05General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L01078531747

T1092013784

This production is supported by RSC Patrons. Running time approx 3 hours including interval.Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Attenborough. Performer David Troughton (Henry IV). Performer Desmond Barrit (Falstaff). Performer William Houston. Performer Nancy Carroll (Lady Percy). Performer David Lyon (Westmoreland). Performer Clifford Rose (Lord Chief Justice). Performer Sandra Voe (Mistress Quickly). Performer Roland Davies. Performer Christopher Saul (Northumberland). Performer Dickon Tyrrell (Lancaster). Performer Benjamin Whitrow (Justice Shallow). Design Es Devlin. Costume Kandis Cook. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Sound Scott Myers. Director Terry King (fight). Music Paddy Cunneen.
15 Feb 01 to 18 Apr 01Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L0563212397

T1341096478

This production is supported by RSC PatronsCompany Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Attenborough. Performer David Troughton (Henry IV). Performer Desmond Barrit (Falstaff). Performer William Houston. Performer Nancy Carroll (Lady Percy). Performer Adam Levy (Hotspur). Performer Arthur Cox (Bardolph). Performer David Killick (Archbishop of York). Performer David Lyon (Westmoreland). Performer Robert Portal (Poins). Performer Clifford Rose (Worcester). Performer Sandra Voe (Mistress Quickly). Performer Benjamin Whitrow (Shallow). Performer Roland Davies. Performer Christopher Saul. Performer Dickon Tyrell. Design Es Devlin. Costume Kandis Cook. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Sound Scott Myers. Director Terry King (fight). Music Paddy Cunneen.
8 Nov 00 to 18 Nov 00Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L0446251092
21 Jun 00 to 7 Oct 00Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V136
listing details L01365993254

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