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Angels in America
Opens Sep 26
Opens Nov 01
Disney's Pinocchio: The Musical
Opens Dec 05
Andrew Garfield stars as Prior Walter alongside Nathan Lane and Olivier Winner Denise Gough in the National Theatre's revival of Tony Kushner's sprawling saga of the AIDs epidemic in 1980's New York City. As Prior's illness develops he begins to have heavenly visions where angels seek him out as a prophet. Meanwhile, his ex -over Louis struggles with his guilt over leaving him at his most vulnerable, whilst carrying on a relationship with Joe, a closeted Mormon Republican who's own inner turmoil has made his wife Harper mad.
Opens September 26, 2017
Charlotte Bronte's seminal novel comes alive on the stage in this breathtaking production that returns to the National Theatre this September. Follow the story of a young woman who beats the odds against the bad fortune that life has bestowed upon her, as she escapes poverty as an orphan, falls in love with an aloof aristocrat and suffers a huge betrayal. Directed by Sally Cookson.
Opens November 1, 2017
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston makes his London stage debut in a brand new adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky's chilling black comedy. A landmark satire, Network is the story of newsreader Howard Beale who becomes disenfranchised with the way that proper 'news' is being made into a circus. After being fired following ailing ratings, Beales' desperation leads him to deliver the rant of his career, threatening a bloody outcome to his final broadcast. Whilst planning his on-air suicide ratings go sky high in this cautionary tale of outrage and exploitation.
Opens December 5, 2017
The National Theatre are now working with Disney for its most ambitious project in recent years! Director John Tiffany (Harry Potter And The Cursed Child) will direct a new musical adaptation of Disney's Pinocchio which is set to run over the Christmas period at the Lyttelton Theatre. With music from the beloved 1940 movie including When You Wish Upon A Star, Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide, and I Got No Strings, the show will be written by Enda Walsh, with set by Bob Crowley and choreography provided by Steven Hoggett.
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