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Drawing: Karla Crome in Amadeus

Twenty-eight year-old London-born actress Karla Crome is currently receiving excellent reviews for her portrayal of Mozart’s shrewd and sharp-witted wife Constanze in Michael Longhurst’s revival of Peter Shaffer’s AMADEUS  on the Olivier stage at the National Theatre. 141 more words

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Cinema Nouveau screens National Theatre Live’s broadcast of Harold Pinter’s classic play No Man’s Land

The first broadcast of 2017 from National Theatre Live to be screened at Cinema Nouveau is Harold Pinter’s classic play No Man’s Land, starring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart and directed by Sean Mathias. 668 more words

Us/Them

This little gem comes to the National from Belgium via the Edinburgh fringe. Good to see the NT hosting an overseas company again.

Writer / director Carly Wijs’ highly original play tells the story of the Beslan siege through the eyes of the children, played by just two young actors, Gytha Parmentier and Roman Van Houtven, both terrific. 191 more words

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NEWS: Cast Announced for My Country: a Working Progress

Playing at the National Theatre from the 28th February, casting for the project about people, the places they live and their futures has been confirmed today.  310 more words

Angels in America set for cinema broadcast

Great news if you don’t manage to get tickets for the National Theatre’s production of Angels in America, it’s going to be broadcast in cinemas. 46 more words

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THE BEST STAGE SHOWS | fivethreeninety

This weekend my family saw Les Miserablé on the West End. It was a joint christmas/ birthday present to my Mum, sister & I from our good friends (basically family) Chris & Lizz & it was brilliant. 1,511 more words

2017, and back to the National

National Theatre, Lyttleton, 2 January 2017

I think we are enormously lucky in London to have the National Theatre: it is absolutely my favourite place in all of the city. 657 more words

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