Page extent: 104
ISBN: 9781849434188
Binding: PaperBack

Henry V

William Shakespeare

PaperBack (01 Jun 2012)

Henry V dramatizes the legend of the heroic warrior-king who won the battle of Agincourt; but it also tells the more human story of a young king’s psychological journey, learning to deal with the political realities of Church and State.As increasing numbers of British servicemen and women are seeing active service, Propeller brings its own unique take on one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays. 

Also features introduction from Ed Hall (Artistic Director of Propeller Theatre Company), notes on the design and music from members of the Propeller team, as well an introduction to the text by Shakesperean academic Roger Warren.

Additional Information

ISBN13 9781849434188
Binding PaperBack
Page Extent 104


'A vigorous, exciting, inventive production… often funny and testosterone-fuelled, but it can also be touching' 4 stars Financial Times

'Testosterone oozes from the work of Edward Hall’s all-male company Propeller, and this interpretation of Henry V shows them at their best... a percussive and gory account of Shakespeare’s ballsy history play' 4 stars Evening Standard

'Edward Hall’s all-male Propeller company is in a league of its own' Metro

'Visceral, intelligent and ironclad theatre, this isn’t just Shakespeare – this is rock and roll…' Daily Express

'Propeller are the perfect troupe to tackle this testosterone laden play and they do so with relish in a production which is as relentless as it is engaging… a rip-roaring and faithfully triumphalist production… blockbuster Shakespeare' 4 Stars Exeuent Magazine