The Royal Shakespeare Company’s residency at the Barbican culminates in January 2016 with a major theatrical event to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. King and Country will see Richard II, Henry IV Parts I & II and Henry V performed in repertoire as a complete four-play season cycle. This is the only opportunity to enjoy the RSC’s tetralogy of History plays as a cycle in the UK prior to its international tour.
Directed by Gregory Doran Design by Stephen Brimson Lewis Lighting by Tim Mitchell Music by Paul Englishby Sound by Martin Slavin Movement by Michael Ashcroft Fights by Terry King
There are four complete cycles of performances of King and Country, bookable only as a four-play season package. The season runs from 12–24 Jan 16, with Cycle D running from 22–24 Jan.
Cycle D: Fri 22–Sun 24 Jan 2016 Richard II: Fri 22 Jan 7.15pm Henry IV PI: Sat 23 Jan 1.30pm Henry IV PII: Sat 23 Jan 7.15pm Henry V: Sun 24 Jan 2pm
Tickets for the plays that fall within this period cannot be purchased separately. Same seat guaranteed throughout the cycle.