'We few, we happy few,
We band of brothers…’
Shakespeare’s most loved history play, Henry V sees the young King emerge as a heroic leader of men at the Battle of Agincourt as he struggles to take France without losing England in the process. Henry V provides a glimpse of England’s past military glories without shrinking away from the brutal realities of war.
This captivating production brings the audiences all the earthy grit of this Hundred Year War battle as they are lead to victory by the flawed King in a production celebrating the 600th Anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt.
The Marlowe Society go “Once more into the breach…” at Cambridge Arts Theatre after their acclaimed production of Dr Faustus. This Cambridge University society has launched the careers of some of Britain’s greatest actors including Ian McKellen, Tilda Swinton and Derek Jacobi.