Events for students: Staging the Wars

Henry IV Part I

As the RSC presents Shakespeare's history plays during the course of the next six years, we launch a programme of work for students exploring the wars at the heart of the plays: civil war, wars fought overseas and wars fought and won through words.  This begins with a series of events looking at Henry IV Parts I & II.

Warcraft
2 June 2014, 2.30-4pm
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Ideal for: KS3, 4 & 5 English and Theatre Studies students

Join RSC Actors, Technicians and creative teams to find out how you turn a theatre into a battlefield - Find out more

Reporting War with George Alagiah
11 June 2014, 10am-4pm
Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Clore Learning Centre
Ideal for: KS4 & 5 English, History and Politics Students

Examine the characters and action of Henry IV Parts I & II in the context of today's media with this one-day event featuring acclaimed journalist and broadcaster George Alagiah - Find out more

Rhetoric: The Politics of Language
25 June 2014, 10am-4pm
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Ideal for: KS5 & Undergraduate students

How is rhetoric used in Shakespeare's war plays to persuade, influence and affect? Find out more

To book for any of these events call the RSC Education Ticket Hotline on 0844 800 1113 (Mon-Fri, 8.30am-5pm during UK term time) 

Henry IV Part II

by William Shakespeare

Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
11 - 15 Nov 2014

The Lowry, Manchester
21 - 25 Oct 2014

Newcastle Theatre Royal
25 September - 4 October

Barbican Theatre, London
2 Dec 2014 - 24 Jan 2015

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
28 Oct - 1 Nov 2014

Bath Theatre Royal
4 - 8 Nov 2014

Royal Shakespeare Theatre
28 March - 6 September 2014

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