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Henry IV, Part 1

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. with Leo McKern , Peter Jeffrey John Rowe , David Buck
Peter Sallis , Elizabeth Spriggs
Music specially composed by DAVID CAIN and played by MICHAEL LAIRD ,MALCOLM SMITH
ROGER BRENNER , MARTIN NICHOLLS CHRISTOPHER BALL , TERRY EMERY and FRANCES KELLY Singer MARTYN HILL
Producer MARTIN JENKINS
(David Kincaid is a National Theatre Player)
followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare.
Unknown: Leo McKern
Unknown: Peter Jeffrey
Unknown: John Rowe
Unknown: David Buck
Unknown: Peter Sallis
Unknown: Elizabeth Spriggs
Composed By: David Cain
Played By: Michael Laird
Played By: Malcolm Smith
Played By: Roger Brenner
Unknown: Martin Nicholls
Unknown: Christopher Ball
Unknown: Terry Emery
Singer: Frances Kelly
Singer: Martyn Hill
Producer: Martin Jenkins
Unknown: David Kincaid
King Henry: Peter Jeffrey
Prince Henry: John Rowe
Prince John of Lancaster: Sam Dastor
Westmoreland: Terry Scully
Blunt: Brian Haines
Thomas Percy, Earl of Worcester: Peter Sallis
Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland: Lewis Stringer
Henry Percy, surnamed Hot-spur: David Buck
Mortimer, Earl of March: Richard Hampton
Douglas: David Kincaid
Glendower: Haydn Jones
Sir Richard Vernon: John Pullen
Scroop, Archbishop of York: Hugh Dickson
Sir Michael: David Gooderson
Sir John Falstaff: Leo McKern
Poins: Nigel Lambert
PetO: Fraser Kerr
Bardolph: Geoffrey Matthews
Gadshill: Robin Browne
Lady Percy: Kate Binchy
Lady Mortimer: Elizabeth Morgan
Mistress Quickly: Elizabeth Spriggs
Vintner; Carrier: Ronald Herdman
Ostler; Messenger: Andrew Rivers
Servant to Hotspur: Sam Dastor
Francis: David Gooderson
Sheriff: John Pullen
Chamberlain: Brian Haines
Carrier: Hugh Dickson

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