Behind the scenes with The Road To Glory

Behind the scenes with The Road To Glory

Designer Carl Davies is the mastermind behind the set designs and costumes for The Berry Theatre’s new Agincourt play The Road To Glory.  Here in a 60-second style interview the gifted designer talks about his involvement in the exciting project which tells the...
Artist designs costumes for new Agincourt play

Artist designs costumes for new Agincourt play

An artist based at Eastleigh Borough Council’s design and maker studios The Sorting Office has been commissioned to create costumes for a new play about Agincourt. Historical costumier Helen McArdle, who is fast becoming one of the region’s leading costume...
Shakespearience 2015: The Next Step

Shakespearience 2015: The Next Step

Last week the Drama Development department, along with students from Barton Peveril visited Wildern School, Hamble Community Sports College and Hounsdown school to present our 10-minute version of Macbeth. The final piece ended up being nearer to 15 minutes but was...
The Road To Azincourt – A Director's Story: Part Two

The Road To Azincourt – A Director's Story: Part Two

As part of his research for directing new play The Road To Glory Daniel Hill recently travelled to northern France to explore Azincourt and the port town of Harfleur 600 years after the devastating Battle of Agincourt led by Henry V. Join him on his journey…  ...
Shakespearience 2015: And So It Begins

Shakespearience 2015: And So It Begins

“I conjure you, by that which you profess, Howe’er you come to know it, answer me” Next week a cast of six young actors from Barton Peveril Sixth Form College begins a week-long tour of the local secondary schools participating in Shakespearience 2015. They hope...

The Road To Azincourt – A Director's Story

I am writing this sat on a ferry heading back from France, reflecting on what has been a remarkable couple of days. As part of my research for directing new play The Road To Glory, I’ve been lucky enough to travel with the Composer David Pearce to northern France....