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2014 - the year of the pop-up cinema across London venues

In the latest All Hands on Deck post, Jenna Davis, Hospitality Events Manager, shares news on pop-up cinemas across London venues .

Pop up cinemas are literally ‘popping up’ all over the UK and are becoming an increasingly popular way to experience film in an exciting and unique setting. 261 more words

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You know going into a Greek tragedy that it’s not going to be a barrel of laughs, but Medea is even more emotionally draining than most other Greek tragedies. 478 more words

Nicholas Hytner on One Man, Two Guvnors

This September the National Theatre return to us with One Man, Two Guvnors. Seen by more than one million people worldwide, the show is a glorious celebration of British comedy. 969 more words


Interview: Ben Power

*Originally written for Exeunt*

The access to the Stage Door of the National Theatre from the riverfront is currently blocked, meaning that in order to enter you have to walk around the entire building, much of which is a literal building site. 1,057 more words


A Streetcar Named Desire - National Theatre

We will be showing A Streetcar Named Desire live from the Young Vic, London at 7pm on Tuesday 16th September 2014. 

The fastest-selling production in the Young Vic’s history, Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece… 124 more words

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Review - Medea at the National Theatre

Other interpretations: Ian FosterPoly GannibaBillington on Medea’s contradictions. Coveney is insightful and creates impressive sentences like ‘an Attic architectural scale with the bland anomie of a transient city existence’ (Michael, she’s called Kreusa rather than Glauce for 2 reasons – 1. 1,132 more words