Jude Law

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Critics enjoy Grandage's Henry V starring Jude Law
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The last in Michael Grandage's West End season, Henry V, opened at the Noel Coward Theatre last week. Starring Jude Law in the title role, it runs until 22 February 2014

Michael Coveney: Jude lays down the Law, while Scarlett hardly blushes in Candide
I remember a colleague once saying that Toby Stephens played Coriolanus very well as Henry V. I'm sure Tom Hiddleston won't make the same mistake when he plays the same role soon at the Donmar
Henry V

Michael Grandage's final production in his West End season, Henry V starring Jude Law in the title role, opened at the Noel Coward Theatre last night (3 December 2013)

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