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Review: Will This Black Comedy Make You Laugh Yourself To Death?

Review: Will This Black Comedy Make You Laugh Yourself To Death?

1920s Russian play made relevant for modern Britain. | By Sam Smith ★★★☆☆
Review: Nothing Is Black And White In Les Blancs

Review: Nothing Is Black And White In Les Blancs

Lorraine Hansberry's little known play gets due attention. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Hidden Gem Of A Play Explores Government Corruption: Waste Reviewed

Hidden Gem Of A Play Explores Government Corruption: Waste Reviewed

How much has politics really changed over the last century? | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Convicts In Australia Find Redemption Through Theatre

Convicts In Australia Find Redemption Through Theatre

Timberlake Wertenbaker's modern classic comes to the National Theatre. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Can A Play About Pornography Be Too Light?

Can A Play About Pornography Be Too Light?

Do we want to watch this National Theatre piece? | By Sam Smith ★★★☆☆
The Beaux’ Stratagem: As Witty As It Is Clever

The Beaux’ Stratagem: As Witty As It Is Clever

George Farquhar’s classic Restoration comedy. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Power And Democracy 17th Century Style At The National

Power And Democracy 17th Century Style At The National

Apt theatre for a general election. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
An Experiment To Investigate The Theatrical Properties Of Children Of The Sun

An Experiment To Investigate The Theatrical Properties Of Children Of The Sun

Applying scientific theory to the National Theatre's Maxim Gorky revival. | By helenbabbs
Theatre Round-Up: People / Hymn / Cocktail Sticks @ National Theatre

Theatre Round-Up: People / Hymn / Cocktail Sticks @ National Theatre

Take your pick from various bits of Alan Bennett this winter. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Theatre Review: The Magistrate @ The National Theatre

Theatre Review: The Magistrate @ The National Theatre

A farce as preposterous as most Christmas traditions comes to the National. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: The Effect @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: The Effect @ National Theatre

What Lucy Prebble did after Enron. | By Londonist
Theatre Review: This House @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: This House @ National Theatre

Like The West Wing but in 1970s Parliament. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Theatre Review: You’ll See (Me Sailing In Antarctica) @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: You’ll See (Me Sailing In Antarctica) @ National Theatre

Rotate on the roof of the National Theatre under a floating helium moon. | By Londonist
Theatre Review: Get Stuff Break Free @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: Get Stuff Break Free @ National Theatre

A thought-provoking show staged on the National Theatre's roof. | By Londonist
Theatre Review: Antigone @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: Antigone @ National Theatre

Sophocles’ tale provides more than enough reassurance that your own family strife is quite minor. | By Londonist
Exhibition Preview: Festival! @ National Theatre

Exhibition Preview: Festival! @ National Theatre

Pictures of festivals celebrating harvests, books, music and bog snorkelling | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Travelling Light @ the National Theatre

Theatre Review: Travelling Light @ the National Theatre

Another homage to the early days of cinema, this time on stage | By Zoe Craig
TONIGHT: Free Running Competition at the National Theatre

TONIGHT: Free Running Competition at the National Theatre

Urban acrobatics comes to the South Bank from 6pm tonight | By Zoe Craig
Frankenstein @ National Theatre: How To Get Tickets

Frankenstein @ National Theatre: How To Get Tickets

Danny Boyle's production with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller is stunning, and utterly sold out. But there are still ways to see it... | By Rachel Holdsworth
Review: Fela! @ The National Theatre

Review: Fela! @ The National Theatre

Bringing the complex tale of Afrobeat’s creator, Nigerian political activist Fela Anikulapo Kuti to the stage isn’t an easy task. | By Londonist
National Theatre Renames Cottesloe After Benefactor

National Theatre Renames Cottesloe After Benefactor

By Rachel Holdsworth
Theatre Review: Men Should Weep @ National Theatre

Theatre Review: Men Should Weep @ National Theatre

"It's only rich folk can keep theirselves tae theirselves. Folk like us huv tae depend on their neighbours when they're needin help." Josie Rourke's new production of Men Should Weep takes Ena Lamont Stewart's Glasgow tenement-based play, and gives it the National Theatre treatment | By Zoe Craig
Last Chance To See Sherlock Star @ National Theatre

Last Chance To See Sherlock Star @ National Theatre

By Rachel Holdsworth
Theatre Review: Danton's Death @ the National Theatre

Theatre Review: Danton's Death @ the National Theatre

By Zoe Craig
National Theatre Plans Huge Facelift

National Theatre Plans Huge Facelift

By Dean Nicholas