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Iconic Shakespeare play Henry IV comes to Leatherhead
Shakespeare’s iconic story of war, duty and coming of age is given an "epic, comic and thrilling" interpretation by Royal Shakespeare Company artistic director Gregory Doran.
Fresh from his success with last year’s Richard II, Doran puts his own spin on the story of the conflicted Prince Hal, his doomed friendship with Falstaff - arguably Shakespeare’s greatest comic creation - and his journey towards accepting his destiny.
Henry IV Part 1; Leatherhead Theatre; Church Street, Leatherhead; May 22, 7pm; Henry IV Part 2; Leatherhead Theatre; Church Street, Leatherhead; June 18, 7pm; £16 (adults), £13 (concessions), £10 (children), with additional transaction fee; 01372 365141; theleatherheadtheatre.org
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