By Open Air Theatre
Shakespeare400 is a season of cultural and artistic events across 2016, celebrating four hundred years of Shakespeare. Led by a consortium of leading cultural, creative and educational organisations coordinated by King’s College London, including the National Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe, Royal Opera House, London Philharmonic Orchestra and the British Library, to name but a few, the season of theatre, music, opera, dance and exhibitions seeks to demonstrate Shakespeare’s creative influence in national and global culture in this, the 400th anniversary of his death.
We are thrilled that our production of Henry V will be a part of this programme of work.
As part of this celebration, we have delved into the archives to discover more about past Open Air Theatre productions of Henry V. Find out more at openairtheatreheritage.com.
A life’s work
A 400-year legacy
A year of celebrations
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