Henry IV national tour

Would you like to see our production of Henry IV Part I and II but can't get to Stratford-upon-Avon or London?

The good news is that after its run at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in the spring and summer we will tour the production nationally in September and October before moving to the Barbican in London in November. And  the show will also be broadcast live to cinemas in May and June

The national tour opens in Newcastle upon Tyne, before visiting Norwich, Salford, Bradford, Bath and Canterbury.

Directed by RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran, the productions feature RSC Associate Artist, Antony Sher as Sir John Falstaff, Jasper Britton as Henry IV, Alex Hassell as Prince Hal and Paola Dionisotti as Mistress Quickly.

Talking about the forthcoming productions, Gregory Doran said: 'With their mixture of comedy, history and pathos, Henry IV Parts I and II have always had a broad appeal. I hope audiences will join us to experience what are, arguably, two of Shakespeare's greatest plays.'

Find out more about how to book tickets at a theatre near you:

Newcastle Theatre Royal
25 September – 4 October 2014
Box Office: 08448 112121
On sale to Friends of the Theatre Royal from 11 February
Advantage, Groups & Schools from 13 February
Public booking from 15 February

Theatre Royal, Norwich
14 – 18 October 2014
Box Office: 01603 630000
On sale to Friends from 3 April
Public booking from 24 April

The Lowry, Salford
21-25 October 2014
Box Office: 0843 208 6000
On sale to Groups and Friends from 24 February
Public booking from 3 March

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
28 October – 1 November 2014
Box Office: 01274 432000
On sale to Friends' members from 10 February
Public booking from 17 February

Theatre Royal, Bath
4 – 8 November 2014
Box Office: 01225 448844
On sale from June 2014

Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
11-15 November 2014
Box Office: 01227 787787
On sale to The Marlowe Friends from 17 March
Public booking from 31 March

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