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Royal Shakespeare Company : King and Country Cycle at the Barbican – 12th to 24th January 2016

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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

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 A running from 12–14 Jan.

Cycle A: Tue 12–Thu 14 Jan 2016

Richard II: Tue 12 Jan 7.15pm

Henry IV PI: Wed 13 Jan 7.15pm

Henry IV PII: Thu 14 Jan 1.30pm

Henry V: Thu 14 Jan 7.15pm

Cycle B: Fri 15–Sun 17 Jan 2016

Richard II: Fri 15 Jan 7.15pm

Henry IV PI: Sat 16 Jan 1.30pm

Henry IV PII: Sat 16 Jan 7.15pm

Henry V: Sun 17 Jan 2pm

Cycle C: Tue 19–Thu 21 Jan 2016

Richard II: Tue 19 Jan 7.15pm

Henry IV PI: Wed 20 Jan 7.15pm

Henry IV PII: Thu 21 Jan 1.30pm

Henry V: Thu 21 Jan 7.15pm

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

For more information or book tickets, visit the Barbican website here

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