Henry V

Henry V London Theatre Breaks

The London production of Henry V starring Jude Law has closed at the Noel Coward Theatre, London.

Henry V London Theatre Breaks are no longer available

Henry V was a wild lad, but the young prince Hal has become a more mature man who embarks on the conquest of France.

So What is Henry V all about? Well basically England has been having it tough, so in time-honoured fashion, Henry V looks abroad to distract attention from civil wars and his own excesses as a youth. Sure enough it works. It helps that Shakespeare has written him some cracking speaches and with those he manages to whip his troops up into a frenzie. But can they beat the French? The odds look poor!

Director, Michael Grandage, is a bit of a Shakespeare specialist and after his success with Hamlet he is again teaming up with the lovely Jude Law.

So if you want to see if Henry V can hold his nerve, embrace his duty, command his men and lead his country to victory in France book now!

Performance times for Henry V

Evening: Monday to Saturday 19.30pm
Matinee: Wednesday and Saturday 14.30pm

Henry V is part of the Grandage season taking place throughout 2013. The season also includes Peter and Alice, Privates on Parade and The Cripple of Innishman.

Henry V Theatre Breaks Hotels

The Noel Coward Theatre is on St Martin’s Lane so the Strand Palace Theatre is nice and nearby, and if you want a five star hotel look out for the Radisson Edwardian Hampshire Hotel.  For “cheap-as-chips” accommodation the Travelodge Covent Garden is a good bet too.

The closest tube station is Leicester Square so there are excellent links to the rest of London via the Piccadilly and Northern Lines. Charing Cross tube station is also not far on the Bakerloo Line and the Embankment is not much further away on the Circle and District.. of course there is always a taxi!

The 24, 29, 176 are the buses that pass nearby.

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