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National Theatre, South Bank. Photo: Milan Gonda/Shutterstock

National Theatre

The National Theatre of Great Britain is a prolific producing theatre, located on the South Bank in London. The building houses three theatres: the Olivier, the Lyttelton and the Dorfman. Previous productions at the National include One Man, Two Guvnors, Amadeus, London Road, War Horse and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.

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The cavernous Olivier is a difficult space to fill. Its size seems to encourage an epic sensibility in the writers tasked to populate it,...

The National Theatre has detailed its attempts to move away from using commercial transfers to balance the books, admitting that it had become “very...

The National Theatre has unveiled new smart glasses for hearing-impaired audiences. Developed over three years, the glasses flash the dialogue as the actors say...

Ten years on from its premiere at the National Theatre, and after a subsequent seven-year run in the West End, War Horse is galloping...

Sometimes I think being the artistic director of a theatre must be a bit like being a Premiership football manager. In one season, the team...
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