Parts one and twoPerformed at
The Church of St Martin-cum-Gregory, Micklegate
Thursday 29th July - Sunday 15th August 2010.
In summer 2010, York Shakeseare Project produced two plays - Henry IV parts 1 and 2 - in an atmospheric York church, one of the YSP's most ambitious projects to date.
Telling the story of the young Henry V and his rise to the throne, the Henry IV plays provide some of Shakespeare's most affecting and well-crafted work, slipping easily between the history and king-making of the court and the jokes and bawdiness of England's seedy taverns.
This page and those linked to below provide some information about the productions and links to articles about them elsewhere on the internet.