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Henry V (The Battle of Agincourt)

Saturday 27th July 2002, 06:30 PM, at Kenilworth Castle

Warwick Club has reserved 26 tickets for Henry V (The Battle of Agincourt) at Kenilworth Castle.

Tickets are 5.50 (3.00 for children) for Warwick Club members, their spouse/partner, and dependent children under 18. Tickets may also be purchased at cost for guests (subject to availability of places) for 7.50 (5.50 for children) . Full price for these tickets would normally be 8.50 (6.50 for children) .

Please contact the organiser, Rob Daniel, for tickets. Please remember to give your personnel/retiree number, and state how many tickets you would like, and who each ticket which you request at member price is for, their age and relationship to you.

An adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry V. Presented for all ages. Set in the ruins of Kenilworth Castle. (Henry V retired to Kenilworth Castle after the Batlle of Agincourt !) Gates open at 06:30, production begins 07:30. Take your own picnic, seating, blankets etc. Warm clothing advised as it may get chilly towards the end of the evening. During the interval the castle shop and tea rooms are open. Following the sell-out tour of Macbeth in 2001, Generator create an exciting new production based on Shakespeare’s Henry V. The Battle Of Agincourt takes a pause for national, governed heroism amidst the bloodshed of the reign of Henry IV that has gone before and what, in The Wars Of The Roses, is to follow. It is both a celebration of war and a criticism of war, a timely play for today. Adapted by Honorary RSC director, John Barton, the production by Generator is created to present engaging, intelligent and challenging variations on classical drama. THE BATTLE OF AGINCOURT is presented for all ages and brings Shakespeare into contemporary focus with this dynamic company. adapted by John Barton directed by Stewart McGill designed by Commedia lighting by Ian Roberts Generator seeks through its work to create a set of memorable experiences for audiences of all ages and backgrounds

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