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Henry IV. Part 1

Synopsis
Live sound recording of Terry Hands’ 1975 production of Henry IV. Part 1 for the Royal Shakespeare Company with Emrys James as King Henry, Alan Howard as Hal, and Brewster Mason as Falstaff.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Audio
Recording date
23 Feb 1976

Credits

Director
Terry Hands
Writer
William Shakespeare
Music
Guy Woolfenden
Production Design
Farrah
Cast
Emrys JamesKing Henry IV
Alan HowardPrince Henry (Hal)
Brewster MasonSir John Falstaff
Stuart Wilson (2)Henry Percy (Hotspur)
Maureen PryorMistress Quickly
Andre van GyseghemRichard Scroop, Archbishop of York
Ann HassonLady Percy
Anthony NaylorThomas, Duke of Clarence
Arthur WhybrowGadshill
Barrie RutterChamberlain
Barrie RutterPeto
Bernard BrownCarrier 2 (Carrier)
Bernard BrownSir Richard Vernon
Charles DanceLord John of Lancaster
Christopher SaulServant
Christopher SaulSir Michael
Clement McCallinHenry Percy, Earl of Northumberland
Dan MeadenArchibald, Earl of Douglas
George BakerThomas Percy, Earl of Worcester
Griffith JonesOwen Glendower
Ken StottRalph Mouldy
Oliver Ford DaviesSheriff
Peter BourkeFrancis, a Drawer
Philip BrackSir Walter Blunt
Reginald JessupEarl of Westmoreland
Richard DerringtonCarrier 1 (Carrier)
Stephen JennHumphrey, Duke of Gloucester
Terence WiltonEdmund Mortimer, Earl of March
Tim WyltonBardolph
Trevor PeacockPoins
Yvonne NicholsonLady Mortimer

Additional Details

Theatre
Aldwych Theatre, London
Theatre company
Royal Shakespeare Company
Production type
Other
Historical period
Medieval
Plays
Henry IV Part 1
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)

Notes

History
The production opened at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon 24 April 1975.

Archive

Name

British Library Sound Archive

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