Henry V, or Harry England
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There’s trouble brewing between England and France…
As King Henry V attempts to prove himself a worthy ruler, he brazenly lays claim to parts of France. When France mocks his claim, he leads the English forces across the Channel.
England is at war.
What is this castle call’d that stands hard by?
They call it Agincourt
— Act IV, scene 7
Yard (standing) £5
Gallery (seated) from £23
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Running time: approximately 2 hours 35 minutes, including a 15 minute interval
Photography credit © Tristram Kenton
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PRESENTED BY THE GLOBE ENSEMBLE
Sophie Russell is unwell and unable to perform today. Federay Holmes will play her roles of Boy, Duke of Burgundy and English Herald. Philip Cumbus will play her roles of Archbishop of Canterbury and Dauphin.
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