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´╗┐Antony Sher stars in Henry IV Part I at the RSC Theatre

Shakespeare Theatre. They are part of a new cycle of Shakespeare's history plays that artistic director Gregory and the RSC will direct over a six year period."By collaborating with designers like Stephen Brimson Lewis and composers like Paul Englishby, Fred Perry Rain Jacket Greg's productions always have a beautiful look and beautiful music," he adds.We meet at lunchtime in between rehearsals as the 64 year old grabs a healthy chicken sandwich and fresh orange juice in a dressing room backstage at the atmospheric Courtyard Theatre, currently under renovation.Sir Antony is looking youthful, in good shape and quietly contemplative contrary to the larger than life character he is playing.Rehearsing two plays at once is "both great fun and very intense," he says. "Luckily it's the same character.""What I have liked about all of Greg's Shakespeare work is that in the beginning the entire company works together through the text and translates it into ordinary English, so the entire company knows the text," he adds.The cast also includes Jasper Britton as Henry IV and Alex Hassell as Prince Hal.Ever since he was Fred Perry Bomber Track Top

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15 year old teenager growing up in Cape Town, South Africa, Sir Antony has enjoyed experimenting with theatrical disguises and as Falstaff he wears a padded body suit."Falstaff is described as old and fat. I wanted it to be a physical challenge. We have made it look realistic. I am wearing a body suit. It looks as if I have let myself go. We play the whole thing very real."I get a sense of various people I have known who are like this."I love the fact he is clearly well loved and is a knight, yet his life has taken him to the point he is working as a thief a highwayman leading his completely debauched life."We have taken his drinking thing quite seriously. We have given it a modern twist. He's on the bottle 24/7. It's all quite good stuff and done in a modern way. We didn't want to play him, as a jolly Father Christmas figure."Shakespeare has written such a fascinating, complex man. He deserves Cheap Tshirt Printing Uk

Sir John Falstaff in Shakespeare's Henry IV, parts One and Two, is a comic role he had never really contemplated."There was a point when Greg (Doran) first suggested I play Falstaff. I had to think about it long and hard. It's not a part I had ever thought about playing," he explains."I remember saying to him: 'I have put on a bit of weight and I have a Knighthood, now is probably the best time'."Henry IV parts One and Two are the follow up to his partner Gregory Doran's hugely successful Richard II with David Tennant, Michael Pennington, Jane Lapotaire and Oliver Ford Davies at Stratford upon Avon's Royal Horse Polo Clothing Uk

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all we can give him."Antony Sher as Falstaff and Alex Hassell as Prince Hal in Henry IV Part I at the RSCDoran has said Henry IV Parts One and Two are two of Shakespeare's greatest plays."I do agree with Greg on this point," says Sir Antony. "Shakespeare in these two plays creates a panoramic picture of England."There in the Boar's Head Tavern you see it all and Shakespeare's skill in creating that. Falstaff is just this disgraceful reprobate yet as the audience we just care about him."As Sir Antony vividly describes in his best selling frank and moving memoir, Beside Myself, his grandparents escaped anti Semitic persecution from Plunge, Lithuania, by emigrating to South Africa.Widely regarded as one of South Africa's finest actors, Sir Antony first performed at the Royal Shakespeare Company 32 years ago as the Fool to Michael Gambon's King Lear and is now an RSC associate artist.Since 1982 he has performed with the company 20 times culminating in Richard III and winning his first Olivier Award in 1986. Other roles include Shylock in The Merchant of Venice, Malvolio in Twelfth Night, both in 1987, Tamburlaine in Christopher Marlowe's Tamburlaine the Great, Malevole in The Malcontent in 2002 and most recently The Tempest in 2009 as Prospero.It is the fifth time he has been directed by Greg at the RSC previously the couple worked together on Cyrano de Bergerac in 1997, Macbeth with Harriet Walter as Lady Macbeth and The Winter's Tale, both in 1999 and Othello with Sello Maake Ncube in 2004."Working with any director you have to trust them but sometimes working with one's real life partner the person you live with and know and are spending your life with is just extra special. Added to that is my respect for him as a Shakespearian director he's one of the best. I benefit from that experience," Sir Anthony explains."Coming from South Africa I was really frightened when I first started working at the RSC. I felt a bit like a trespasser."I've had a well travelled journey with the RSC, learning I have the right to do Shakespeare, I can do it. Working with a great Shakespearian like Greg has given me with confidence."Greg and Sir Antony met in 1987 as actors in the RSC and formed a civil partnership in 2005. The couple have two homes in London and Stratford upon Avon.

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