National Theatre

Browse this list of productions, ranging from world-famous classics to brand-new shows, currently on stage at the Royal National Theatre in London.
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The National Theatre, formally known as the Royal National Theatre, is an esteemed publicly funded arts venue in Britain. It was established by Laurence Olivier in 1963 and was initially located at the Old Vic until 1976. Today, the National Theatre consists of three splendid venues on the South Bank. These include the Olivier Theatre, which can accommodate an audience of 1,160 people, the Lyttelton Theatre, with seating for 890, and the Dorfman Theatre, offering a more intimate setting for 400 individuals.

At the National Theatre, you can experience a diverse range of performances that span from the timeless works of Shakespeare to renowned international classics and even brand-new plays. Their repertoire showcases the rich tapestry of theatrical arts, catering to a wide range of interests and tastes. But the National Theatre's reach extends far beyond its physical stages.

Thanks to the innovative National Theatre Live program, some of their exceptional productions are broadcast live to audiences worldwide. This means that even if you can't make it to London, you can still enjoy the magic of their performances from the comfort of your own home or local cinema. By nurturing established and emerging talent, the National Theatre continues to be a driving force in the arts industry, captivating audiences with its groundbreaking productions and making the power of theatre accessible to all.

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