“Shakespeare was actually, we thought, mocking the way in which... power and politics operates”
Phyllida Lloyd and Harriet Walter discuss the choice of Henry IV as the second instalment in the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy.
Influenced by a group of prisoners they were working with at the time, Lloyd and Walter discuss the themes they explored in this interpretation including territorialism, gang warfare and reform.
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