Wednesday, 20th March 2019
– Doors open at 2:00pm
The Monkey House
There’s talk of war on England’s borders and in a bid to avoid a tax on the Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury persuades King Henry V to take the French crown. Against all odds Henry wins the Battle of Agincourt, a victory that will resonate through the ages.
Henry V is a classic History play, presenting the conundrum: did Shakespeare write it as a jingoistic vehicle for English nationalism, or a condemnation of a brutal war?
Wednesday, March 20th 2019
Doors open: 2:00pm
Bookings close: March 20th 2019
The Monkey House is located within easy walking distance of numerous tube stations, accessed by the Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria Lines:
• Finsbury Park (Piccadilly & Victoria Line) 9 minute walk
• Archway tube (Northern Line) 21 minute walk
• Arsenal tube (Piccadilly Line) 16 minute walk
• Holloway Road tube (Piccadilly Line) 13 minute walk
• Upper Holloway (Overground) 21 minute walk
• Drayton Park (Overground) 17 minute walk
The venue is also accessible via a number of local bus routes including the numbers 4, 17, 29, 43, 91, 253, 254, 259, 263 & 271.
Please note there is very limited road side parking, which is usually paid. It is advised to travel by public transport.