Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour

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The National Theatre of Scotland's joyously raucous production transfers to the West End, after a hit run at the National Theatre – and a 2017 Olivier Award for best new comedy – 'Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour' is back to smash up the West End. The story is about a group of Catholic schoolgirls from a small Scottish town... Read more »

The Drowned Man

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The brilliant performance group Punchdrunk with The National Theatre have taken over an abandoned sorting office next to Paddington for their first London show in six years and transformed four storeys of it into a gigantic mind-altering labyrinth of an old movie studio: Temple Pictures. On arrival you’re fitted with a mask and told not... Read more »

What a lovely Othello!

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Nicholas Hytner’s acclaimed National Theatre production of Shakespeare’s “Othello,” with Adrian Lester in the title role and Rory Kinnear as Iago, was broadcast live from the National’s Olivier Theatre, London on Thursday, Sept. 26. I went along to my local cinema to see the highly acclaimed show, which only has a few performances left at... Read more »

The Magistrate

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If you haven’t yet been able to see Arthur Wing Pinero’s uproarious Victorian farce The Magistrate at the National Theatre, on 17 January (and varying dates internationally) it will be broadcast live from the Olivier stage to local cinemas in the UK and across the world by National Theatre Live. When Agatha (Olivier Award-winning actress... Read more »