National Theatre, Lyttelton

Theatre

Public and national theatres

Southbank

Not yet rated

Be the first...

 
0

Reviews

Add +

Venue details

MAP CLOSE
  • Address:

    National Theatre, Lyttelton South Bank
    London
    SE1 9PX

What's on at National Theatre, Lyttelton

Filter

Filter

Ballyturk

West End, Drama

Irish actor Cillian Murphy and Irish playwright Enda Walsh are no strangers - they've been working together on and off since they both broke through in 1996 with 'Disco Pigs'. Having appeared last at the National Theatre in 2012 in Walsh's play 'Misterman',...

Ballyturk
  1. Thu Sep 11 – Sat Oct 11
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
  3. £15-£45
More info

John

Dance, West End, Drama

Following their acclaimed 'Can We Talk About This?' DV8 return to the National Theatre with a new physical theatre piece. DV8 artistic director Lloyd Newson interviewed more than 50 men about love and sex, the result is this verbatim dance-theatre work...

John
  1. Thu Oct 30 – Tue Jan 13 2015
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
  3. £15-£35
More info

Silent Exchange: The Landscape Photography of Charlie Waite

Photography, Things to do

Landscape photographer Charlie Waite spent the first decade of his career working in theatre and television, so it's fitting that this exhibition of more than fifty images is displayed in the National Theatre's Lyttelton Foyer. The collection includes...

Silent Exchange: The Landscape Photography of Charlie Waite
  1. Tue Jul 29 – Sat Aug 16
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
  3. Free
More info

Totally Thames: Watershed by Anita Glesta

Things to do, Installation

  • Free

The concrete flytower of the National's Lyttleton theatre will become a screen for an art installation by New York artist Anita Glesta. Her video looks at the effect of climate change on waterfront cities, intercutting between 'extreme water events' and...

  1. Tue Sep 23 – Mon Sep 29
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
More info

3 Winters

West End, Drama

Howard Davies directs this new play '3 Winters' from Croatian-born, London-living playwright Tena Stivicic about one family living in a house in war-torn Zagreb from 1945 to 2011. It's a stomp through the decline of the monarchy, communism, democracy...

3 Winters
  1. Wed Nov 26 – Sun Jan 11 2015
  2. National Theatre, Lyttelton
  3. £15-£50
More info

Users say

0
<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>0</span>/5
LiveReviews|0
1 person listening