Check out the shows playing at the National Theatre in London.
The National Theatre, formally known as the Royal National Theatre, is one of Britain's premier publicly funded arts venues. Laurence Olivier founded the National Theatre in 1963, and its home base was the Old Vic until 1976. Now, the National Theatre comprises three venues in the South Bank: the 1,160-seat Olivier Theatre, the 890-seat Lyttelton Theatre, and the 400-seat Dorfman Theatre. The National Theatre presents works ranging from Shakespeare to international classics to new plays, and a selection of its productions are also streamed internationally through its National Theatre Live program.
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