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As a couple more of the History Boys ensemble are emerging shyly into the Spring sunshine.
 
First it’s Keith Bartlett, who is part of the Shakespeare’s Globe company that will be reading The King James Bible between 17 and 25 April at the Globe. See http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/ to book and for more information. And then Chuk Iwuji who has the plum role of Buckingham to Kevin Spacey’s Richard III (the final production of the Bridge Project, directed by Sam Mendes) that’s playing at the Old Vic from 18 June to 11 September. http://www.oldvictheatre.com/ has all the details.

Regards
Geraldine

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The new production of HENRY IV PART ONE is about to open at the Globe and I note that no less than eight  of the company have previously appeared with the RSC.

The title role is to be played by Oliver Cotton whilst Roger Allam will be seen as Falstaff. Other familiar faces from Stratford productions are Jason Baughan, Patrick Brennan, Christopher Godwin, Sean Kearns, William Gaunt and (recently seen in ARABIAN NIGHTS) Kevork Malikyan.

http://www.shakespeares-globe.org/

My wife and I are seeing the production in September, so watch this space!

 Tony Boyd-Williams

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In case you have not noticed from the comments on the previous post on Clive Wood

News flash
 
Oh dear, Clive is no longer listed on the Shakespeare’s Globe website as playing Cardinal Wolsey. No further news.

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And the gentleman in question will be playing Cardinal Wolsey at Shakespeare’s Globe from 15th May to 8th August. Get booking! See http://www.shakespeares-globe.org/ for more details. I’m sure I don’t need to tell you that Clive was absolutely mesmeric, in the Histories company, as Bolingbroke, Henry IV and the Duke of York. Also in the cast is Dickon Tyrell whom some may remember from the millennium Richard II production that starred Samuel West.

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You really can’t keep good actors down and another two to bob up recently are Keith Dunphy and Julius D’Silva who will both be appearing in “Macbeth” at Shakespeare’s Globe in London from 23rd April to 27th June. Check it out on http://www.shakespeares-globe.org/

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Keiron Hill will be returning to the Octagon Theatre Bolton to appear in “Comedians” by Trevor Griffiths in the lead role of Gethin Price, the part that made Jonathan Pryce a star. The show runs from 15th April until 8th May and more details can be found at http://www.octagonbolton.co.uk/

by Geraldine Caulfield, Friends of the RSC, London

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