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Henry IV archiveWhat makes a king? What makes a father? Shakespeare's monumental history play travels to the heart of family, duty and country.

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Author: Shakespeare
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Archive listings for Henry IV

Work type: Play.

T0244590029

Company FourSevenTwo Productions.
6 Jun 17 to 10 Jun 17Keble O'Reilly Theatre, Oxford :: V562096995
listing details L0326598

T01047759895

All female cast.Trilogy Days: Nov 19,22,26, Dec 3,10,17. Perf. times: Julius Caesar 11:00, Henry IV 15:30, The Tempest 20:00Producer Donmar Warehouse. Director Phyllida Lloyd. Design Bunny Christie. Design Ellen Nabaro. Lighting James Farncombe. Lighting Neil Austin. Choreographer Ann Yee. Costume Deborah Andrews. Sound Tom Gibbons. Performer Harriet Walter. Performer Jade Anouka. Performer Shiloh Coke. Performer Jackie Clune. Performer Karen Dunbar. Performer Clare Dunne. Performer Zainab Hasan. Performer Jennifer Joseph. Performer Sophie Stanton. Performer Sharon Rooney. Performer Caroline Valdes. Performer Sheila Atim. Performer Martina Laird.
17 Nov 16 to 17 Dec 16King's Cross Theatre, Inner London :: V02011239465
listing details L0939369336

T0835097479

Presented byHampshire Youth Theatre. Adapted by Robin Belfield. Director Max Lindsay.
3 Sep 15 to 5 Sep 15NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L2093523288

T1761730109

In 2012, Phyllida Lloyd's all-female production of JULIUS CAESAR at the Donmar placed the play in a women's prison. It stunned audiences on both sides of the Atlantic and challenged the idea of 'who owns Shakespeare?' In the schools workshops around the production, teachers heard one girl speak in public for the first time. It couldn't end there. HENRY IV marks the return of Phyllida Lloyd, the reunion of the director with Harriet Walter and the second instalment in what will be a trilogy of works at the Donmar from these major artists.Producer Donmar Warehouse. Director Phyllida Lloyd. Design Ellen Nabarro. Lighting Neil Austin. Choreographer Ann Yee. Costume Deborah Andrews. Music Gary Yershon. Design Bunny Christie (original designs). Performer Harriet Walter (Keng Henry). Performer Jade Anouka (Hotspur). Performer Clare Dunne (Hal). Performer Ashley McGuire (Falstaff). Performer Elizabeth Chan (Northumberland and Peto). Performer Jackie Clune (Westmorland/Glendower). Performer Shiloh Coke (Mortimer). Performer Karen Dunbar (Vernon/Bardolph). Performer Cynthia Erivo (Poins/the Earl of Douglas). Performer Zainab Hasan (Hostess). Performer Jennifer Joseph (Sir Walter Blunt). Performer Ann Ogbomo (Worcester). Performer Katie Robinson (Hotspur's Messenger). Performer Sharon Rooney (Lady Percy/Gadshill).
3 Oct 14 to 29 Nov 14Donmar Warehouse, West End :: V389
listing details L0802662089

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