Jamie Parker (Henry V), Brendan O’Hea (Captain Fluellen/Bishop of Ely), Paul Rider (Bardolph/Archbishop of Canterbury/Duke of Burgundy), Brid Brennan (Chorus/Queen Isabel), Sam Cox (Pistol), David Hargreaves (King of France/ Nym/Sir Thomas Erpingham), Chris Starkie (Michael Williams/Earl of Cambridge /Duke of Orleans/Captain Jam), Olivia Ross (Princess Katherine/Boy), Nigel Cooke (Duke of Exeter), Kurt Egyiawan (Louis the Dauphin/Lord Scroop), Roger Watkins (Constable of France/Governor of Harfleur), Giles Cooper (Montjoy/Monsieur le Fer/Sir Thomas Grey), Lisa Stevenson (Hostess Quickly/Alice), Matthew Flynn (Captain Gower), James Lailey (Earl of Westmoreland/Captain Macmorris), Beruce Khan (John Bates/Duke of York)
Usually despatched in 2 - 3 working days.
Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Capped by one of the most famous speeches ever written, King Henry V recalls the momentous English victory at Agincourt. With comic sub-plots to be found among Henry’s soldiers, the production boasts some terrific performances – including Sam Cox as the ‘splendidly unhinged’ Pistol (Telegraph). In the title role is Jamie Parker, who ‘casts such a rapt spell that you feel the entire audience would rise up to march behind him.’ (Independent)
Broadcast into cinemas worldwide in May 2013.
Henry V was the play that opened the current Globe theatre.
Shakespeare’s masterpiece of the turbulence of war and the arts of peace.
A traditional period costume performance.
Features Jamie Parker as Henry V, already acclaimed for his role as Hal in Henry IV Parts I & II at the Globe in 2010.