St George and the Dragon

St George and the Dragon

A folk tale for an uneasy nation. A village. A dragon. A damsel in distress. Into the story walks George: wandering knight, freedom fighter, enemy of tyrants the world over. One epic battle later and a nation is born... 

Salome

Salome

"There is no language for what happened that night," states Salome in narration as her older self shortly after beginning this new, happily more feminist, retelling of the myth surrounding the woman who we think of as having lasciviously danced the dance of the seven veils before demanding the head of John the Baptist to be served to her on a silver plate... 

Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night

It's said that one first eats with one's eyes. Applying that idea then, if the prospect of spending three hours watching a typically bawdy Shakespeare comedy filled with gender confusion-based misunderstanding turns your stomach, there is much on offer here to tickle your olfactory tastebuds in this – ultimately traditional – Twelfth Night at the National Theatre's Olivier... 

Peter Pan

Peter Pan

There must be little more that can raise the spirits of young or old than the idea of flying free through the skies. And this production of Peter Pan brings that magic to life with aerobatic feats that are indeed a joy to behold...