Like all good soap operas, this is the story of intergenerational conflict, with Wills challenging his father for the crown and Camilla determined to see him off and rule the land with an iron fist. Wills needs Harry and Meghan’s help if he’s ever going to triumph – but will they come back from California and their authentic life with their rescue chickens? And how will Beatrice and Eugenie ever clear their father, Prince Andrew’s name?
Harry Enfield On Stage - Theatre Credits, Bio and Tickets
Born in Sussex in 1961, Henry Enfield is best known by his adopted stage name of Harry Enfield. In 2021, he’ll make his West End debut as Prince Charles in The Windsors: Endgame at the Prince of Wales Theatre.
Growing up, Enfield was surrounded by a performing family, especially as his father was a prolific journalist and presenter. Even though he studied politics at the University of York, Enfield’s own performing career was in the works, thanks to starring on Saturday Live alongside Only Fools and Horses creator Paul Whitehouse. On the programme, he’d parodise music by ABBA as well as Cabaret numbers to mock politicians, combining his education with live entertainment.
Enfield has also lent his voice to puppet characters in Spitting Image, a television show that satirises current affairs. He’s also starred on television shows including Harry Enfield’s Television Programme, Men Behaving Badly and Bad Education.
In 2016, Enfield sent shockwaves across televisions nationwide as Prince Charles in The Windsors. The Windsors aims to retell events regarding the Royal Family as though it’s a soap opera. Currently, three series have aired on Channel 4, with stars including Haydn Gwynne, Hugh Skinner and Louise Ford.
Following The Windsors on television, a stage adaptation will open at the Prince of Wales Theatre this summer. The Windsors: Endgame is in London from 2 August - 9 October, with Harry Enfield as Prince Charles. Read more about The Windsors: Endgame in London here.