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"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"

For the past five years, the National Theatre in London has had a program called National Theatre Live, which films live performances of National Theatre plays in high definition, and makes the productions available in select cinemas around the world.  194 more words


Great Britain

 Review: Great Britain at the National Theatre, London.

Writer: Richard Bean; Director: Nicholas Hytner.

Cast includes: Billie Piper; Dermot Crowley; Aaron Neil; Oliver Chris; William Chubb; Robert Glenister; Scott Karim. 714 more words

Aaron Neil

Medea (National Theatre) review

The National Theatre has never staged a production of ‘Medea’ before, and this version with minimalist set and modern dress is a short and snappy ninety minutes – quite a relief after my recent run of 3+ hour shows. 341 more words



The first Medea I saw was 29 years ago in Japanese in an Edinburgh University courtyard in the open air in the pouring rain with the title role played by a man! 317 more words


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

Event Planner


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