This is Shakespeare's Game Of ThronesEpic, enthralling, extraordinary. This autumn The Rose stage will be transformed into a battleground for The Wars Of The Roses, a gripping distillation of four of Shakespeare's history plays directed by Trevor Nunn – one of the world's leading Shakespearean directors.
In the first play, Henry V is dead. His heir is an infant, whose throne must be protected by regents against the counterclaims of the most powerful baronial families in the country – the House Of York, whose symbol is a white rose, and the House Of Lancaster, represented by a red rose. Conflict is inevitable. The young King Henry VI is married, against his inclination, to Margaret of Anjou – a beautiful French princess who has already fallen passionately in love with another man. Meanwhile in France, young Joan of Arc wins historic victories over the English as, at home, the country drifts into Civil War.
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