Do you need to know a play before you see a play?The question came to mind at the opening of what we’re told is a “landmark production” of Othello, now playing at the Nationa…
Are dreams supposed to be ambitions we strive to realise? Or simply ideals meant to be unattainable, existing to help us get through our mundane everyday lives?This seems to be the…
Shakespeare’s much loved comedy of new beginnings.
A brief language lesson: According to the “part-banter, part-racist” English idiom, the North, is somewhere it is said to be Grim Up.
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August Strindberg's Miss Julie finds a new home in contemporary London, as Carrie Cracknell (The Deep Blue Sea) directs a cast including Vanessa Kirby (The Crown) and Eric Kofi…
An intoxicating plunge into post-war Soho.
The year for the National Theatre so far has been beset by the dramas over the dramas on its programme – depending on your viewpoint, it either doesn’t contain enough
There’s no doubt that when Tony Kushner’s
“Gay Fantasia on National Themes” first came to the stage in the
early nineties, it was like little that had been seen before – both i…
It’s great to see new writing being performed
at one of the National’s bigger spaces and there are big themes at play here in
writer Lindsey Ferrentino’s National Theatre and UK …
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