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Henry IV, Parts I and II at the Barbican - 29 November 2014 to 24 January 2015

Henry IV, Parts I & II is performed at the Barbican, following its premiere in Stratford-upon-Avon and subsequent UK tour.

RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran and the creative team that was behind the widely acclaimed production of Richard II continue their exploration of Shakespeare’s History plays at the Barbican with Henry IV Parts I & II, an epic, comic and thrilling vision of a nation in turmoil. 284 more words

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THE WHITE DEVIL at the Swan

Oh dear! Oh dear! Oh dear! it is not often that I am racing to get out of the theatre at the first opportunity. THE WHITE DEVIL at the Swan Theatre quickly became painful in the extreme. 89 more words

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Henry IV Part 1 at the Barbican Centre (RSC) - Review

Overheard at Moorgate Tube:

When he came on in his leather jacket I thought, ‘this does look a little too modern.’

Oh I do love a good random audience member quote… Perhaps ironically, this lady’s fastidious disapproval for the nuanced modern/early-modern dress was what sets this production of Henry IV apart.

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“Banish plump Jack, and banish all the world.”

King Henry IV part I, Act 2, Scene 4

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More Shakespeare! More RSC for that matter, although this time in London, rather than Stratford-Upon-Avon, and a play I’d never seen or read before, … 1,122 more words

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Henry IV parts 1 and 2 (RSC at the Barbican)

Making its home for Christmas at the Barbican Centre (one-time London home of the Royal Shakespeare Company), these productions of the two Henry IV plays have been heavily trailed with Sir Antony Sher’s return to the Company in the role of Falstaff, collaborating professionally once more with his off-stage partner of twenty-seven years, the RSC’s Artistic Director Gregory Doran. 860 more words

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The Witch of Edmonton review

Review added of the Jacobean play “The Witch of Edmonton” at the Royal Shakespeare Company Swan Theatre in Stratford.

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