'Presume not that I am the thing I was.'

Dominic Dromgoole's acclaimed production is brought to its conclusion in Part 2 of Shakespeare's historical masterpiece, King Henry IV - a dramatic tale of family, treachery and war that surveys the entire panorama of English life. Staged with 'terrific aplomb' (The Daily Telegraph) and featuring a stellar line-up of actors, this magnificent Globe Theatre performance showcases some of the playwright's most famous dramatic moments and confirms why King Henry IV is one of Shakespeare's most highly regarded works.

Synopsis

Hotspur is dead and Prince Hal has proved his mettle on the battlefield, but Henry IV lies dying and the rebels, though scattered, show no sign of declaring their allegiance to the Crown. Even Falstaff is forced out of the taverns to raise a scratch militia in the country. But will his attachment to the rising Hal be rewarded with that promotion and the life of ease he feels sure he deserves?

Cast

Roger Allam
FALSTAFF

Jason Baughan

WESTMORELAND / PETO

Patrick Brennan

LORD CHIEF JUSTICE / BLUNT / SHERIFF

Daon Broni

MORTIMER / HASTINGS

Phil Cheadle
DOUGLAS / DAVY / LORD BARDOLPH

Oliver Coopersmith

FALSTAFF’S PAGE / CLARENCE

Oliver Cotton

KING HENRY IV

Sam Crane

HOTSPUR / PISTOL

William Gaunt

WORCESTER / SHALLOW

Christopher Godwin
NORTHUMBERLAND / SILENCE

Sean Kearns

GLENDOWER / BULLCALF / WARWICK

James Lailey

EARL OF WESTMORELAND / CAPTAIN MACMORRIS MOWBRAY / GADSHILL / MOULDY

Kevork Malikyan

VERNON / MORTON

Barbara Marten

MISTRESS QUICKLY

Jamie Parker

PRINCE HAL

Paul Rider

BARDOLF / SCROOP

Lorna Stuart

LADY PERCY

Joseph Timms

JOHN OF LANCASTER

Jade Williams

LADY MORTIMER

Danny Lee Wynter

POINS

Creatives

Dominic Dromgoole

DIRECTOR

Jonathan Fensom

DESIGNER


Claire van Kampen

COMPOSER / MUSICAL DIRECTOR

Philip D'Orleans

FIGHT DIRECTOR


Robin Lough

DIRECTED FOR THE SCREEN