Henry IV Part 1
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Two Harrys: Harry Hotspur and Prince Hal.
Sons to enemy fathers: Henry Percy and King Henry IV.
Hotspur is preparing to lead an army against the King – incensed at the King’s dismissal of the Percy family’s demands.
But Hal is occupied in the pubs and streets of Eastcheap with his companion Sir John Falstaff, uninterested in his inheritance and in the fate of his country.
In a polarised England, each person must choose which truth to believe, and which cause to call their own.
Doomsday is near:
die all, die merrily
— Act IV, scene 1
Yard (standing) £5
Gallery (seated) from £23
Under 18s – £3 off all seats in the Globe Theatre
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Running time: approximately 2 hours 25 minutes, including a 15 minute interval
Photography credit © Tristram Kenton
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‘Terry’s brilliant Hotspur makes ‘Henry IV Part 1’ the pick of the Globe’s new rep season’
‘The entire ensemble are a joy to watch.’
‘Terry gives a soul-soaring performance.’
‘The sense of collaborative creation from the ensemble brings about some beautiful moments’
‘Terry is fantastic.. a vivid, witty, wonderful Hotspur’
‘a dazzling Hotspur […] with a galvanising, arrogant impatience that’s funny too’
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