Henry VI stands out as the play in this triptych that most benefits from Barton’s editing and clarifications. Characters and scenes are cut away in profusion to reveal a focus on the nature of good and bad governance.
With Peter Bowles and Penelope Keith in the roles, the chemistry between them is positively infectious as the gently flirt their way through the proceedings.
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