The Barn Theatre’s production of Henry V to be streamed online

The Barn Theatre’s 2019 production of Henry V will be streamed online this Friday night (March 27).

The theatre will be streaming the show live via its social media pages from 6PM GMT UK time on World Theatre Day – Friday March 27, 2020.

You’ll be able to tune in and watch via The Barn Theatre’s Facebook, YouTube and Twitter accounts.

The Barn Theatre’s Henry V is directed by Hal Chambers, with designs by Emily Leonard, fight direction by Christos Dante, movement direction by Kate Webster, composition by Harry Smith, projection designs by Benjamin Collins, sound design by Chris Cleal and lighting by Sam Rowcliffe-Tanner.

Making up the full cast are Matt Ray Brown (Exeter/Orleans), Alicia Charles (Bardolph/Williams), Elin Phillips (Fluellen), Lauren Samuels (Katherine/Boy), Aaron Sidwell (Henry), Adam Sopp (Pistol/Constable), Sarah Waddell (Queen of France) and Jonathan Woolf (Nym/Dauphin).

It comes as The Barn Theatre launches a Save Our Barn fundraising campaign following the closure of theatres across the UK as a result of coronavirus.

They said: “With great sadness we have taken the difficult decision today to temporarily close the theatre because of government guidelines, and what the Prime Minister advised yesterday. We are now in a position where we need your help. As an unsubsidised charity, we rely solely on donations and ticket revenue which has now come to a halt. This loss of revenue is a hammer blow to us.

“Our acclaimed Built by Barn production of Ben Hur, along with all other productions, will therefore be postponed with immediate effect. It is estimated that we will lose upwards of £250,000 over the coming months which could ultimately close the theatre on a permanent basis. Our future is now dependent on our supporters and as such we are launching a donations campaign, working together with our community to SAVE OUR BARN.”

You can show your support online and donate via

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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