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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.

95% liberal, 92% white, 52% female, 92% remain. That is the – perhaps unsurprising – make up of the National Theatre audience on press...

Theatre productions beamed into the cinema act as soft diplomacy for the industry. It expands access beyond physical theatres and national boundaries, and connects...

The National Theatre is creating four new stage-management roles, specifically designed for those seeking a flexible working structure. The roles have been designed to appeal...

Michelle Dockery is to join the cast of Network at the National Theatre, alongside the previously announced Bryan Cranston. Dockery, best known for her role...

Several London shows have received a critical battering, including A Tale of Two Cities at Regent’s Park, and a couple of stinkers at the National:...

Lucy Kirkwood likes to cram a lot of ideas into her plays. Mosquitoes is the story of sisters Alice and Jenny. One is a physicist...

As the epic Angels in America continues its run at the National, its director – who has helmed some of theatre’s biggest hits, including...

Angels in America playwright Tony Kushner has revealed that he is writing a new play about Donald Trump. The play, which he has just started...

Arts Council England has awarded the National Theatre £1.17 million to tour its work outside London. The grant from ACE’s strategic touring fund will support...
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