Henry IV Part 2, Olivier, National Theatre

August 31, 2005 § Leave a comment

Director: Nicholas Hytner
Playwright: William Shakespeare
Design: Mark Thompson with Jo Maund, Colin Falconer, Alexander Lowde
Costumes: Emma Marshall with Laura Thomas
Lighting: Neil Austin with Nick Simmons
Music: Ben Ringham, Max Ringham, Andrew Rutland
Sound: Paul Groothuis
Voice: Patsy Rodenburg
Fights: Terry King
Stage Manager: Eric Lumsden
Music Director: Steve Bentley-Klein

Gloucester / Mowbray: Thomas Arnold
Warwick / Gower: Robert Blythe
King Henry IV: David Bradley
Mistress Quickly: Susan Brown
Scroop: John Carlisle
Wart / Porter / Drawer: Michelle Dockery
Lady Percy: Naomi Frederick
Falstaff: Michael Gambon
Davy / Morton: Ian Gelder
Francis / Shadow / 3rd Groom: Darren Hart
Northumberland: Jeffery Kissoon
Westmoreland / LCJ Servant / Feeble: Elliot Levey
Hastings / 1st Beadle: Robert Lister
Prince Hal: Matthew Macfadyen
Ensemble: Tom Marshall
Lady Northumberland: Penelope McGhie
Lord Chief Justice: Iain Mitchell
Doll Tearsheet: Eve Myles
Fang / Coleville / Bullcalf / 1st Groom: Harry Peacock
Pistol / Mouldy: Alistair Petrie
Prince John / Snare: Samuel Roukin
Poins / Silence: Adrian Scarborough
Bardolph : Roger Sloman
Lord Bardolph / Clarence / Will: Rupert Ward-Lewis
Peto / Harcourt / Travers / 2nd Groom: Andrew Westfield
Shallow: John Wood
Page: Danny Worters

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Henry IV Part 1, Olivier, National Theatre

August 17, 2005 § Leave a comment

Director: Nicholas Hytner
Playwright: William Shakespeare
Design: Mark Thompson with Jo Maund, Colin Falconer, Alexander Lowde
Costumes: Emma Marshall with Laura Thomas
Lighting: Neil Austin with Helen Ridley
Music: Ben Ringham, Max Ringham, Andrew Rutland
Sound: Paul Groothuis
Voice: Patsy Rodenburg
Fights: Terry King
Stage Manager: Eric Lumsden
Music Director: Steve Bentley-Klein

Gloucester / Sir Michael: Thomas Arnold
Owen Glendower / Vintner: Robert Blythe
Henry IV: David Bradley
Mistress Quickly: Susan Brown
Scroop: John Carlisle
Carrier: Michelle Dockery
Lady Percy: Naomi Frederick
Falstaff: Michael Gambon
Worcester: Ian Gelder
Hotspur: David Harewood
Francis: Darren Hart
Northumberland: Jeffery Kissoon
Westmoreland / 2nd Carrier: Elliot Levey
Sherriff: Robert Lister
Prince Hal: Matthew Macfadyen
Ensemble: Tom Marshall
2nd Traveller: Penelope McGhie
Sir Walter Blunt / Chamberlain: Iain Mitchell
Lady Mortimer: Eve Myles
1st Carrier / Vernon: Harry Peacock
Mortimer / Gadshill: Alistair Petrie
Prince John: Samuel Roukin
Poins: Adrian Scarborough
Bardolph: Roger Sloman
Douglas / Clarence: Rupert Ward-Lewis
Peto: Andrew Westfield
1st Traveller: Danny Worters

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Theatre of Blood, Lyttleton, National Theatre

August 4, 2005 § Leave a comment

A production by Improbable Theatre.

Director: Phelim McDermott
Playwright: Lee Simpson, Phelim McDermott
Adapted from the 1973 film
Design: Rae Smith
Lighting: Colin Grenfell
Music: Joby Talbot
Sound: Gareth Fry
Music Arrangements: Christopher Austin
Voice: Patsy Rodenburg
Fights: Terry King
Illusionist: Paul Kieve
Associate Director: Lee Simpson

George Maxwell (The Daily Telegraph): Paul Bentall
Michael Merridew (The Sunday Times): Bette Bourne
Edward Lionheart: Jim Broadbent
Sally Patterson (The Guardian): Hayley Carmichael
Chloe Moon (The Observer): Sally Dexter
Peter Devlin (The Times): Mark Lockyer
Oliver Larding (The Daily Mail): Tim McMullan
Trevor Dickens (The Evening Standard): Steve Steen
Miranda Lionheart: Rachael Stirling

A Chorus of Tramps: Gerard Bell, Stephen Harper, Nick Haverson, Rachael Spence, Victoria Willing, Edward Woddall

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