Bardolph


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Bardolph

“coney-catching rascal”; follower of Falstaff. [Br. Lit.: Merry Wives of Windsor]
See: Clowns

Bardolph

for red nose, known as “knight of the burning lamp.” [Br. Lit.: Merry Wives of Windsor]
See: Nose
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
I delighted in him immensely, and in his comrades, Pistol, and Bardolph, and Nym.
I began to make my imitations of Shakespeare, and I wrote 57 out passages where Falstaff and Pistol and Bardolph talked together, in that Ercles vein which is so easily caught.
Chandarana, 26, of Bardolph Street East, Leicester, pleaded guilty at Newcastle Crown Court to three charges of possessing with intent to supply.
When Bardolph warns Falstaff to prepare, because, "there's
His reaction to the death of his friend Bardolph later in the play and decision to murder French prisoners of war reveal him as an often ruthless pragmatist.
For three heady days, if worshippers of the Immortal Bard will forgive me, that infamous trio of Nym, Bardolph and Pistol were temporarily upstaged by Messrs Pim, Mahony and Watt; London's recently restored Globe Theatre likewise transposed by an animated sale ring at Park Paddocks; and the writing of William Shakespeare sidelined for that short duration by the pedigrees of the 246 blue-blooded thoroughbreds in the Houghton Sales catalogue.
Indeed the cream of Welsh theatre was here in Ludlow, many getting the chance to excel in a way that sometimes only been hinted at before - Nickie Rainsford and Kath Dimery as the scheming wives, Adrienne O'Sullivan as the buxom Mistress Quickly, Ray Lewellyn as the mischievous JP Shallow, Bill Bellamy as the boring Mr Ford, Simon Armstrong as the host of the Star and Garter, Brendan Charleson as Bardolph.
WHATEVER IT IS Hal is doing in his doings with Falstaff, Peto, Bardolph, and Poins in the early scenes of I Henry IV, his first soliloquy reassures the audience or himself that he will do it only for "a while.
It had overturned late on Sunday night after going over a treacherous weir near Stoke Bardolph, Nottingham, following engine failure.
92 222004 Bardolph 5 8-10 76 13-2 P Cole T Quinn 2nd Chester Cup (2m2f)
Join cheeky chappy Bardolph on his rollercoaster ride through Shakespeare's stories in this Up The Road production at Liverpool libraries in March and April.
Fluellen (the incomparable Joshua Richards) bashing Pistol over the head with a leek or spitting frustration as Bardolph took the audience along with him.