National Theatre, Lyttelton

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    National Theatre, Lyttelton South Bank
    London
    SE1 9PX

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Dara

West End, Drama

The National Theatre dives into the intriguing, exotic history of Mughal India with 'Dara', the theatre's first opening of 2015. Written by Pakistani playwright Shahid Nadeem, the play has been adapted by Tanya Ronder, who did the same with Pirandello's...

Dara
  1. Until Sat Apr 4
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
  3. £15-£50
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Light Shining in Buckinghamshire

West End, Drama

Finally a major revival for Caryl Churchill's dark, brilliant 1976 play about personal and religious freedom, inspired by the Putney debates of 1647. Directed by the peerless Lyndsey Turner, 'Light Shining In Buckinghamshire' follows a group of dissidents,...

Light Shining in Buckinghamshire
  1. Wed Apr 15 – Mon Jun 22
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
  3. £15-£35
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Man and Superman

West End, Drama

Following his title turn in 'Oedipus the King' back in 2008, the ever-versatile Ralph Fiennes returns to the National Theatre to star in George Bernard Shaw's epic 1903 rom-com 'Man and Superman'. Fiennes takes on the role of radical thinker and happy...

Man and Superman
  1. Tue Feb 17 – Sun May 17
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
  3. £15-£50
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The Motherf**ker with the Hat

West End, Drama

The UK premiere for Stephen Adly Guirgis's hilarious look at love and addiction finally lands as part of Rufus Norris's meaty first season as artistic director of the National Theatre. 'The Motherf**ker with the Hat' first premiered in America in 2011,...

The Motherf**ker with the Hat
  1. Wed Jun 10 – Tue Jul 7
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
  3. £15-£50
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3 Winters

West End, Drama

  • Rating: 4/5
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When I was at school, Croatia was a distant name vaguely synonymous with a horrendous conflict that raged horribly on the evening news. Now, not very many years on, it’s famous as a beach holiday hotspot. It can be hard to reconcile the two: but this...

3 Winters
  1. Thu Jan 29 – Tue Feb 3
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
  3. £15-£50. Runs 2hr 40min
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