The National Theatre have released part 2 of their discussion about ISIS and the play Another World, currently playing at the theatre.
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This is my first dip of the toe into the waters of the National Theatre Connections, but encouraged to take the plunge by my fellow partner in theatre-blogging crime… 1,879 more words
With the idea of broadcasting theatre in cinemas becoming more popular, Laura Marriott reviews the recent screening of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire
On Tuesday 16th September, as a part of the National Theatre Live programme, Tennessee Williams’ classic play A Street Car Named Desire was screened to cinema audiences globally. 365 more words
When one enters the auditorium at The National Theatre the sense of foreboding envelopes you, the stage of Les Blancs is dark and smells heavily of smoke and incense. 527 more words
Another excellent NT Platform here, this one talking about ISIS, inspired by the play Another World: Losing Our Children To Islamic State.
Told through the reactions of the mothers whose children have been radicalised, you can find out more about the play & the format of the writing… 84 more words