William Shakespeare: Love's Labour's Lost

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William Shakespeare: Love's Labour's Lost


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26th July 2010




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William Shakespeare: Love's Labour's Lost

Recorded live at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London, in October 2009.



Love's Labour's Lost, incidental music

Philip Cumbus (King of Navarre), Trystan Gravelle (Berowne), William Mannering (Longaville), Jack Farthing (Dumaine), Michelle Terry (Princess of France), Thomasin Rand (Rosaline), Jade Anouka (Maria), Siân Robins-Grace (Katharine), Tom Stuart (Boyet), Paul Ready (Don Armado), Seroca Davis (Moth), Christopher Godwin (Holofernes), Patrick Godfrey (Sir Nathanial), Andrew Vincent (Dull), Fergal McElherron (Costard), Rhiannon Oliver (Jaquenetta) & James Lailey (Mercadé)

Dominic Dromgoole (director)

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Designed by Jonathan Fensom

When the King of Navarre and his three courtiers forswear all pleasure – particularly of the female variety – in favour of a life of study, the arrival of the Princess of France and her ladies plays havoc with their intentions. Using every kind of verbal gymnastics to poke fun, Shakespeare’s most intellectual comedy is brought to hilarious life in Dominic Dromgoole’s highly entertaining production, rich in visual humour and sexual innuendo. Jonathan Fensom’s knot garden and original music by Claire van Kampen create the framework for an engaging performance by an excellent cast. Filmed live in High Definition and true surround sound.

Extra features:

Cast gallery

Famous Speeches

“Dominic Dromgoole’s zestful production succeeds in captivating the audience to a degree that I would not have thought possible… It’s a treat” The Independent

“With a delightful design and jaunty music it has abundant charm… Entirely enchanting” The Times

Running time 167 mins

Region code All regions

Picture format 16:9

Anamorphic Sound format 2.0 LPCM & 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround

Menu language EN

Subtitles EN (in Shakespearean English)

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