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Henry V

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London
Henry V
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London
Our Review 4 / 5

"Follow your spirit: and upon this charge, Cry — God for Harry! England and Saint George!"Directed by Donmar Warehouse Associate Director Robert Hastie, Olivier Award-winning actress Michelle Terry takes the title role of Henry.

Henry V is part of Shakespeare400, celebrating Shakespeare’s creative influence in national and global culture in the 400th anniversary of his death.

Tickets are non-refundable in the event of cancellation because of the weather but may be exchanged in accordance with the Weather Policy.

As England triumphs at the Battle of Agincourt during her quest to win the French crown, Henry V becomes one of the great warrior kings leading “we happy few, we band of brothers “ in Shakespeare’s retelling of this famous victory

Opening date |
22nd June 2016
Booking from |
9th July 2016
Available until |
9th July 2016
Closes |
9th July 2016
Categories |
William Shakespeare
Open Air Theatre
Robert Hastie
Joshua Carr
Avgoustos Psillas
Anna Fleiscle
John Ross
Cast list:
Michelle Terry (Henry V) David Sibley (Archbishop of Canterbury, the King of France and Sir Thomas Erpingham), Ben Wiggins (Princess Katherine), Joy Richardson (Alice), Philip Arditti (Ancient Pistol), Phil Cheadle (Bardolph), Charlotte Cornwell (Chorus), Catrin Aaron (Captain Fluellen), Alex Bhat (The Dauphin), Raphael Bushay (Duke of Warwick), Ryan Ellsworth (Duke of Exeter), Polly Frame (Captain Jamy), Beruce Khan (Duke of Burgundy), Syrus Lowe (Duke of Bedford), Jack McMullen (Michael Williams), Dyfrig Morris (Duke of Westmoreland), Jess Regan (Captain McMorris), Cat Simmons (Captain Gower) and Dwane Walcott (Constable of France).

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre Venue Information

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NU
Nearest tube:
Baker Street

Customer reviews

Our Review of Henry V


The amazing Terry lights up the stage. There was lightning in the sky as I drove home from the Open Air Theatre -- and then a torrential overnight storm -- but a different kind of lightning had struck onstage earlier that evening: a production of Henry V that was electrifying in every other sense. Read more

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