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Henry V: 14 - 23 June 2012

"One of the highlights of the London Fringe scene" - RemoteGoat

"Henry V makes for feel-good drama and a well-conceived and ambitious Shakespearean production that’s perfect for the deep stage of the Network Theatre" - Entertainment Focus

"Based on the strength of Henry V, I would thoroughly recommend a trip to Network Theatre." - Sardines Magazine

by William Shakespeare, abridged by Julian Farrance / directed by Julian Farrance

Henry V
Reading: 28/02/2012 7.30pm (Doors 7pm) - Free
Audition: 05/03/2012 7pm - Free
Audition: 09/03/2012 7pm - Free
Recalls: 11/03/2012 12.30pm - if required. Venue To Be Confirmed
Performances: 14/06/2012 - 16/06/2012 7.30pm (Doors 7pm) - Tickets £12
18/06/2012 - 19/06/2012 7.30pm (Doors 7pm) - Tickets £12
21/06/2012 - 23/06/2012 7.30pm (Doors 7pm) - Tickets £12

“O for a muse of fire”

The most famous battle play in history comes to Network this summer.

Amidst the crash of cannons and the clash of bayonets, young King Hal and his red-coated band of brothers will hazard all to win a Kingdom and the love of a beautiful Princess. Containing some of the best known speeches and most colourful characters Henry V is a soldier’s tale, moving from courts to pubs to the muddy battlefields of France.

Over the years Henry V has been associated with many historical conflicts. This production sets the action between England and France at the time of their most titanic struggle – the era of the Napoleonic Wars.

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"Once more unto the breach..."


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