Download the iPad Programme


The Royal Shakespeare Company's exclusive theatre programme for iPad®.

This iPad® Henry IV Parts I and II joint programme offers:

  • Exclusive video content including your chance to listen to members of the company talk about their Eastcheap characters, from Falstaff to Prince Hal to Mistress Quickly
  • Enhanced family tree including production images
  • Video overviews of each play with Director Gregory Doran
  • Rehearsal and production images of the show
  • Articles by leading writers, including a feature on King Henry by popular historian and presenter Ian Mortimer
  • Full biographies of the cast and creative team of Henry IV Parts I & II, plus synopses
  • Information on the RSC and interactive links to upcoming productions and ticket booking

The iPad Programme only costs £1.99/$2.99.

We recommend downloading the programme app within a wi-fi area so you can sync the programme to your device. After that you can access the programme anywhere. Accessing external links will require an internet connection.

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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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