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.

The National Theatre has announced the line-up for its summer River Stage Festival. Cabaret venue the Glory returns to the festival on July 28 to...

“Bring me the head of Yael Farber, and while you're at it, a side order of whoever commissioned this dross,” was Matt Trueman’s opening line of his WhatsonStage review...

I thought National Theatre boss Rufus Norris was looking a bit knackered when I saw him across the room on the opening night of...

To get one set of largely negative reviews is perhaps a misfortune; to get a second round is starting to look like carelessness. The...

Zizi Strallen will join the cast of Follies at the National Theatre, in a production that stars the previously announced Imelda Staunton, Janie Dee...

A country on the brink of a society-defining technological change, viciously divided between the rich and the poor, the town and the country, the haves...

Set in six different cities – Lagos, Kampala, Harare, Johannesburg, Accra and London – Inua Ellams’ latest play for the National Theatre throws opens...

DC Moore’s huge, bamboozling play, Common, is strangely unengaging and stilted for something that features folk horror, lesbianism, disembowelling, human sacrifice and an animatronic...

The National Theatre has postponed the launch of its summer River Stage following the terrorist attack on Saturday night that killed seven people. The line-up...
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