Shakespeare's Globe

Henry IV Part 2

or Falstaff

  • 2019/Summer/HenryIV2/Big

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 Audio-Described
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Saturday 3 August, 4.00pm 
(Part of the Trilogy Day)
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Friday 19 July, 7.30pm
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 Captioned
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Thursday 6 June, 7.30pm
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Sunday 30 June, 4.00pm 
(Part of the Trilogy Day)
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 BSL Interpreted
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Interpreter: TBC

Sunday 9 June, 4.00pm
(Part of the Trilogy Day)
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25 April – 11 October 2019

Globe Theatre

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TicketsYard (standing) £5 | Gallery (seated) from £23. Under 18s – £3 off all seats in the Globe Theatre

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Writer
William Shakespeare 

Presented by the Globe Ensemble:

Composer
Tayo Akinbode

Player (Hal)
Sarah Amankwah

Player
Philip Arditti

Director
Sarah Bedi

Player
Nina Bowers

Player
Jonathan Broadbent

Player 
Leaphia Darko

Player
Steffan Donnelly 

Director
Federay Holmes

Player
John Leader

Player
Sophie Russell

Player
Oliver Ryan

Player (Falstaff)
Helen Schlesinger

Player
Michelle Terry

Choreographer
Siân Williams 

Designer
Jessica Worrall

Image Credits


© Nick Hedges

‘Is the old King dead?’
‘As nail in door’
Act V, scene 3

Booking information


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Public booking opens Monday 04 February, 10.00am

Synopsis


As King Henry IV lies dying and the rebels maintain their unrest, Falstaff, returned war-hero, and closest confidant of Prince Hal, is engaged to recruit for the King’s army. Falstaff is tired of war, he longs for it to be over, to return to the taverns of Eastcheap, and once the old King is dead, take his place in the court of his ‘sweet Prince’, King Henry V.

A nation at war with itself. A battleground between old friendships and new duties. And Falstaff stands at the heart of these conflicts.

Book tickets before the end of February to see Henry IV, Part 1, Henry IV Part 2, and Henry V performed on the same day on one of our special ‘Trilogy Days’, and get 15% off the total cost. Please see the bottom of this page for details.  

Adult Course


Join leading scholars and practitioners from the Globe and elsewhere to explore history-making on stage in Shakespeare’s time and our own, in our True Lies: Shakespeare, History and Fiction Study Day.

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Study Day


A day of workshops, seminars and lively discussion exploring Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 and Henry V, led by Globe artists and leading Shakespeare scholars.

Nancy Knowles Lecture Theatre 
£55 (£45 Members / Students) 

Saturday 15 June, 10.00am

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Early-Bird Trilogy Day Offer


Book tickets before the end of February to see all three plays performed on the same day on one of our special ‘Trilogy Days’, and get 15% off the total cost.

Full T&Cs: 15% off offer only available on ‘Trilogy Days’ (when Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, and Henry V are performed on the same day). For the offer to apply, book tickets to all three performances in the same price band on a single day either online or over the phone. Tickets must be purchased in one transaction before 28 February 2019.

Offer will automatically be applied in your basket or over the phone, and is valid on seated or standing tickets. Subject to availability. We reserve the right to amend or withdraw this offer at any time.