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Elizabeth R

Synopsis

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The fifth of six plays starring Glenda Jackson in The Enterprise of England by JOHN PREBBLE with Peter Jeffrey , Ronald Hines Robert Hardy , Stephen Murray and Robin Ellis
Paul Hardwick , John Woodvine Cast in order of appearance:
'It's difficult to see how John Prebble could hare arranged it better ... it's still a hugely entertaining 90 minutes.'
(DAILY MAIL)
Music by DAVID MUNROW
Produced by RODERICK GRAHAM
Directed by DONALD mcwhinnie
Costumes from this series will be on display from 1 April at Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey

Contributors

Unknown: Glenda Jackson
Unknown: John Prebble
Unknown: Peter Jeffrey
Unknown: Ronald Hines
Unknown: Robert Hardy
Unknown: Stephen Murray
Unknown: Robin Ellis
Unknown: Paul Hardwick
Unknown: John Woodvine
Unknown: John Prebble
Music By: David Munrow
Produced By: Roderick Graham
Directed By: Donald McWhinnie
Philip II, King of Spain: Peter Jeffrey
Philip's son: David Parfitt
Juan de Idiaquez, secretary to Philip II: Christopher Hancock
Fr Robert Parsons, an English Jesuit: Paul Hardwick
Sir Francis Walsingham, Secretary Of State: Stephen Murray
Sir Francis Drake, Vice-Admiral to Howard: John Woodvine
Elizabeth I: Glenda Jackson
Burghley, Lord Treasurer: Ronald Hines
Marquis of Santa Cruz, first Captain-General: Geoffrey Wincott
John Tregannon, sea captain: Michael Culver
Earl of Leicester, Lieutenant-General: Robert Hardy
Earl of Essex, Master of Horse: Robin Ellis
Dutch envoy: Bill Horsley
Lord Howard of Efiingham, Lord High Admiral: Peter Howell
Speaker of the Commons: Robert Sansom
Duke of Medina Sidonia, second Captain-General.: Gordon Gostelow
Luis Cabrera de Cordoba: Ian Ricketts
Young soldier: Malcolm McFee
Old soldier: Derek Hardwick

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