Dominic Dromgoole’s acclaimed, Olivier Award-winning production is brought to its conclusion in Part 2 of Shakespeare’s historical masterpiece, Henry IV – a thrilling tale of family, treachery and war that surveys the entire panorama of English life. Staged with ‘terrific aplomb’ (Daily Telegraph) and featuring a stellar line-up, this magnificent Globe Theatre performance showcases some of the Bard’s deftest dramatic skill, and confirms why Henry IV is regarded as one of Shakespeare’s finest works.
‘It is the first time these wonderful plays have been staged at the reconstructed globe and it may be one of this theatre’s finest achievements.’ – The Daily Telegraph
Falstaff: Roger Allam
Hal: Jamie Parker
King Henry IV: Oliver Cotton
Shallow: William Gaunt
Bardolph: Paul Rider
Mistress Quickly: Barbara Marten
Westmoreland: Jason Baughan
Stage Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Designer: Jonathan Fensom
Composer/Musical Director: Claire van Kampen
Choreography: Siân Williams
Fight Director: Philip D'Orléans
Spoken in Shakespeare’s English with English and German subtitles.