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.

Casting has been announced for the forthcoming UK tour of War Horse. The play, which closed in the West End in March 2016 after an...

She's been painted, written about and fetishised by men for two millennia. Director Yael Farber, returning to the National Theatre after her stunning production...

You would have to have been on a Valium-induced holiday to Antarctica not to have heard about Angels in America at the NT. War...

More than a generation has passed since London first witnessed Angels in America. These plays have now returned to the National Theatre, where they...

It wasn’t so long ago that the British press still had the nads to wander into a major new theatre show uninvited, during previews,...

Everything about the National Theatre’s most eagerly anticipated show of the year is super-sized. Even the programme is a glossy, A4 special edition. The...

Twenty-five years after it premiered in the UK at the National Theatre, Tony Kushner’s two-part epic, Angels in America, returns. The new National Theatre production,...

Polly Stenham, Stephen Daldry and Sarah Frankcom are among the directors who have been announced for the National Theatre's Queer Theatre event series. The project...

Former National Theatre stage manager Jackie Harvey has won this year’s Society of Theatre Research Theatre Book Prize. Harvey’s book, Stage Managing Chaos, documents the...
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