Henry V (1977)
By William Shakespeare
David Conville directed Henry V in 1977, with Clive Arrindell playing the role of King Henry V. This "warm" (Telegraph) and comic interpretation was deemed as a "clear and unpretentious" production (Guardian). Clive Arrindell was relatively unknown, but having been discovered by Laurence Olivier, this was his first major Shakespearean role. Along with a strong supporting cast, this Jubilee production proved to be light and enjoyable.