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Henry V


  • Glasgow Botanic Gardens 730 Great Western Road Glasgow, Scotland, G12 0UE United Kingdom (map)
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On your imaginary forces work.

Piece out our imperfections with your thoughts:
Into a thousand parts divide one man...

For 'tis your thoughts that now must deck our kings.

We're going to play a game. We're going to play Henry the Fifth. Remember him?

He's the one who went to war to try to take over France. I'll be the King. You can be his soldiers. Let's pretend this is the palace. Now it's a ship. Now it's a battlefield. Are you scared? Don't be scared. It's just pretend.

But war is dangerous. The losses can be terrible. The risk is great. What kind of man can carry this terrible responsibility?

A brand new production of Shakespeare’s brilliant meditation on war, and leadership, and the act of ‘playing’ itself. In the gorgeous surroundings of the Kibble Palace Glasshouse, six actors tell the story of this famous King; a story full of heroism and sacrifice, as a great man ruthlessly pursues the victory he will stop at nothing to achieve.

Please note that this is an indoor performance.
Seating is provided for this performance.

THE COMPANY

Emma Clifton – Wardrobe Supervisor

Heather Currie – Wardrobe Assistant

Jennifer Dick – Director & Adaptor

Adam Donaldson – Actor playing King Henry

Suzie Goldberg – Stage Manager

Emma Harley – Deputy Stage Manager

Robin Hellier - Fight Director

Carys Hobbs – Designer

Natalie Lauren – Actor playing Queen Katharine & Cambridge

Claire Macallister – Actor playing Montjoy, Bardolph & Grey

Alan J Mirren – Actor playing Lewis, Pistol & Scroop

Lynsey-Anne Moffat – Actor playing Chorus, Exeter & Fluellen

Ben Noble – Actor playing Canterbury & Nym

Sam Ramsay – Production Manager

Siobhan Randle – Wardrobe Supervisor

 

Directed by Jennifer Dick

Previews:
Thurs 27th June 8.00p.m.
(Preview tickets: £15)

Performances:
Fri 28th June – Sat 13th July 8.00 p.m.
(no performances on Sundays or Mondays)

Venue: Kibble Palace Glasshouse

Tickets:
£23 / £18 Concession / £12 Equity members

£13 Tuesdays – All tickets £13 on Tuesday performances

Box Office: 0141 429 0022

Earlier Event: June 26
As You Like It
Later Event: July 18
Hamlet