The Death Of England sequence continues with this powerful drawing together of previous threads
Tag: National Theatre
Chekov has always been a bit of a blind spot - maybe this time?
“The best British play ever from a woman dramatist" ? Hmmm...
Young people on the verge of homelessness find refuge in "foyer" accommodation in this verbatim play from 2013
Lean and muscular version of the Greek tragedy which is strong on story telling
A war of words in a debut play which pitches the political alongside the personal
High concept production is in danger of being swamped by its own excess
A key moment in the history of the Indian subcontinent concentrates on a family at war with itself
It may be badged as a children's show but there's a sense of deeper significance in this deceptively simple tale
A very long sit - but worth every moment as this two part "fantasia" receives a thrilling revival