Henry IV parts I and II

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE


Henry IV parts I and II

Lucy Briers

Lucy’s theatre credits include: Forty Years On (Chichester Festival Theatre), Show Boat (Sheffield Crucible/New London Theatre), The Seagull (Chichester Festival Theatre), Ivanov (Chichester Festival Theatre), Wolf Hall (RSC/Aldwych Theatre), Bring Up The Bodies (RSC/Aldwych Theatre), Top Girls (Chichester Festival Th./Duke Of York's Th./Out Of Joint), Behud (Soho Theatre), Bedroom Farce (Rose Theatre), Miss Julie (Rose Theatre), Private Fears In Public Places (Royal Theatre Northampton), Just Between Ourselves (Royal Theatre Northampton), Ivanov (Donmar Warehouse), Some Kind Of Bliss (Trafalgar Studios/Brits off Broadway), Sexual Perversity In Chicago (Norwich Theatre Royal), Ship Of Fools (Strike Ensemble/Theatre503), Catch (Royal Court Theatre), The Voysey Inheritance (National Theatre), The Shadow Box (Southwark Playhouse), Musik (Dumbfounded Theatre/Arcola Theatre), The Solid Gold Cadillac (Act Productions), Cloud Nine (Sheffield Crucible Theatre), Henry IV - Parts I & II (English Touring Theatre), etc.

Her television credits include: Father Brown (BBC), Count Arthur Strong (BBC), Our Girl (BBC), Dark Matters: Typhoid Mary (Wide-Eyed Entertainment/Discovery), Dark Matters: Pavlov's Children (Wide-Eyed Entertainment/Discovery), DCI Banks (Left Bank Pictures), The Thick Of It (BBC Television), Parade's End (Mammoth Screen), The Night Watch (BBC Television), Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions Ltd), Twenty Twelve (BBC Television), Ashes To Ashes (Kudos Productions), Einstein And Eddington (Company Television/HBO), Genie In The House (Nickelodeon), The Green Green Grass (Shazam Productions), Doctors (BBC Television), Rough Crossings (BBC Television), etc.

Her film credits include: Genius (Michael Grandage Company/Desert Wolf Productions), Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (Baby Cow Films), and The Children of Men (Quietus Productions).

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