Henry IV: Falstaff (Roger Allam) and Hal | Shakespeare's Globe | Rent or Buy on Globe Player





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Published on Mar 11, 2011


Two-time Olivier-winner Roger Allam won everyone over with his wonderfully witty performance in Henry IV as the larger than life Falstaff - one of Shakespeare's greatest theatrical creations. In this clip, Falstaff waxes lyrical on 'honour'.

The first installment of what is widely acknowledged to be Shakespeare's greatest historical saga, King Henry IV Part 1 is an epic tale of power, treachery and war, exploring the complexity of father-son relationships. Featuring an Olivier Award-winning performance from Roger Allam as Falstaff, the comical mentor to Jamie Parker's prince Hal, this celebrated and authentic production - expertly directed by Dominic Dromgoole - presents this classic play in all its glory.

Westmoreland, Peto:
Jason Baughan

Roger Allam

Lord Chief Justice, Blunt, Sheriff:
Patrick Brennan

Mortimer, Hastings:
Daon Broni

Douglas, Davy, Lord Bardolph:
Phil Cheadle

Falstaff’s Page, Clarence:
Oliver Coopersmith

King Henry IV:
Oliver Cotton

Hotspur, Pistol:
Sam Crane

Worcester, Shallow:
William Gaunt

Northumberland, Silence:
Christopher Godwin

Glendower, Bullcalf, Warwick:
Sean Kearns

Mowbray, Gadshill, Mouldy:
James Lailey

Danny Lee Wynter

Vernon, Morton:
Kevork Malikyan

Mistress Quickly:
Barbara Marten

Prince Hal:
Jamie Parker

Bardolf, Scroop:
Paul Rider

Lady Percy:
Lorna Stuart

John of Lancaster:
Joseph Timms

Lady Mortimer:
Jade Williams


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