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Becoming “Noble Harry”

JULY / AUG 2016: BY MARISSA BAKER

I have no trouble answering the question, “What’s your favorite Shakespeare play?” (though it sadly isn’t asked very often). 969 more words

Film

Jocko Willink Reads Shakespeare

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General

European diplomacy: the ‘double monarchy’ of England and France envisaged in the treaty of Troyes of 1420

Today, the new Prime Minister Theresa May makes her first diplomatic trip to meet her counterparts in Germany and France.  Here Dr Simon Payling, Senior Fellow of the… 1,046 more words

Medieval History

"And what have Kings that Privates have not too, save Ceremony, save general ceremony?" - Henry V

18th July 2016

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–By Keith Nieland-

“And what have Kings that Privates have not too, save Ceremony, save general ceremony?” – Henry V… 1,536 more words

Jeremy Corbyn

Grace Dieu

In 1415, Henry V of England marched his troops through Southampton and departed for France. Two months in to his campaign he led his men, the happy few, the band of brothers, to famous victory at Agincourt. 546 more words

Hampshire

Review: Imagination Reigns in Kingsmen Shakespeare Company's HENRY V

Kingsmen Shakespeare Company’s production of Henry V takes its cue from one of Shakespeare’s most well-known speeches, “O for a Muse of fire…,” the prologue to this play. 770 more words

Reviews

Christopher Hoag’s Cinematic Approach to Creating Music for Shakespeare

For the past seven years, composer Christopher Hoag has conjured up battle scenes, storms, romance, and adventure with his music for Kingsmen Shakespeare Company’s annual summer festival. 1,170 more words

A Midsummer Night's Dream