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Diana Coates is second to none in Henry V


Perfect casting in the title role saves First Folio’s production from a conceptual misstep.

Shakespeare’s Henry V is very much a play of words not action, this despite being a play about war (specifically Henry V’s battles in France during the Hundred Years’ War, including England’s remarkable victory in the Battle of Agincourt). Yes, the play includes a couple of fight scenes.…

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