Shakespeare’s Henry VI in Cardiff @theCentre

January 6, 2016

henryvi-mainOmidaze Productions in association with Wales Millennium Centre

Henry VI, by Shakespeare

01 Feb – 20 Feb 2016

Tickets £12

Age Guidance: 9+ (No Under 2s)

“Omidaze have succeeded in creating something fresh and exciting out of the traditional.” Public Review on Richard III

“We mourn in black, why mourn we not in blood?”

Omidaze Productions return to Wales Millennium Centre with a brand new all-female production of Henry VI. Who holds the power?

Following last year’s ground-breaking production of Richard III, this new promenade performance in our roof void space seeks to empower, inform, entertain, challenge and inspire.

Exploring notions of power, leadership and trust, director Yvonne Murphy will examine how we choose to resolve our conflicts, react to upheaval and the cost of accepting the madness of war.

Our borders. Our kingdom. Whose right to decide?






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