Expect exhilarating open-air entertainment for a summer’s evening!
For its 35th Year of touring, The Festival Players International brings you Shakespeare’s most popular History Play, Henry V.
After a rebellious and spirited youthhood, carousing in the taverns of London, Prince Hal takes on the responsibility of Kingship and leads his troops, of low and high station, across the Channel to do battle with the French at Agincourt. Follow the charismatic King Henry the Fifth in this stirring tale of leadership, bravery, humour, and love.
The Festival Players Theatre Company is now well established as a professional company delivering the best in open-air Shakespeare. It continues to grow in reputation internationally, touring as an all-male rep company. The Festival Players’s patron is Dame Judi Dench, and the company is committed to presenting the very best in touring theatre, providing an accessible and enjoyable evening for all types of audiences.
Running Time: 120mins plus interval
Suitable for all ages
Hog Roast and Cash Bar Available from 6pm
Additional Information about Open-Air Events
You'll be seated on the grass, so please bring low-backed camping chairs, rugs and cushions to sit on. This open-air performance is designed to take place even in inclement weather and so we recommend that audiences come prepared for all eventualities of a British Summer! Therefore, dress appropriately and bring a torch. Assistance dogs only please.
In order for us to return to live events safely, we ask for your co-operation with any additional guidelines that may be in place at the time of the event. These can be viewed in full here and when booking, though please note that these may change in line with any government announcements. We will regularly review and update this information as required.
At present, this event is being sold in accordance with current social distancing guidelines. Should government guidance on social distancing change prior to the performance date, we reserve the right to release additional tickets. All ticket holders will be informed should this take place.