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NTLive - The Seagull

by Anton Chekhov, in a version by Anya Reiss
directed by Jamie Lloyd


Thursday 8th December starting at 7.00pm

Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) makes her West End debut in this 21st century retelling of Anton Chekhov’s tale of love and loneliness.
A young woman is desperate for fame and a way out. A young man is pining after the woman of his dreams. A successful writer longs for a sense of achievement. An actress wants to fight the changing of the times. In an isolated home in the countryside, dreams lie in tatters, hopes are dashed, and hearts broken. With nowhere left to turn, the only option is to turn on each other.
Following his critically acclaimed five-star production of Cyrano de Bergerac, Jamie Lloyd brings Anya Reiss’ adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s classic play to stage. Filmed live in London’s West End with a cast including Tom Rhys Harries (White Lines), Daniel Monks (The Normal Heart), Sophie Wu (Fresh Meat) and Indira Varma (Game of Thrones).

Doors open 6.30pm, screening starts 7pm. TICKETS (£15 each) ON SALE NOW
 

Glee and Me

by Stuart Slade

Directed by Mark Payne

Tuesday 17th - Saturday 21st January 2023 at 7.45 pm
 

Lola is 16 years old, sharp-witted and intelligent.  Then she receives some unexpected and shocking news, that makes her promise to herself she will find the meaning of life, and have as much sex as possible!
Glee and Me is a funny and hugely optimistic story of love and the extraordinary resilience of the human spirit. It won the Judges Award in the 2019 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting and was first performed at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.
 

Doors open 7:15 pm, show starts 7.45pm. Tickets £12.50

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

NTLive - The Crucible

by Arthur Miler
directed by Lyndsey Turner


Thursday 26th January starting at 7.00pm

A witch hunt is beginning in Arthur Miller’s captivating parable of power with Erin Doherty (The Crown) and Brendan Cowell (Yerma).
Raised to be seen but not heard, a group of young women in Salem suddenly find their words have an almighty power.  As a climate of fear, vendetta and accusation spreads through the community, no one is safe from trial.
 
Lyndsey Turner (Hamlet) directs this contemporary new staging, designed by Tony Award-winner Es Devlin (The Lehman Trilogy). Captured live from the Olivier stage at the National Theatre.

Doors open 6.30pm, screening starts 7pm. TICKETS (£15 each) ON SALE NOW
 

Immersif - The Four Seasons

Friday 27th January starting at 7.00pm

Chris Clad is an internationally renowned solo violinist who began playing the violin at the age of 5, studied music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris and then at the Juilliard School in New York. He has also participated as a performer and composer in more than 150 films, the best known of which are Schindler’s List, Harry Potter and James Bond. He has collaborated with artists including Andrea Bocelli, The Spice Girls, Charles Aznavour, Georges Michael, Florent Pagny, Patrick Bruel, Michael Bublé, Sting and William Scheller, to name just a few.
Chris will be performing his own brand of virtuoso violin playing alongside an original beautifully crafted video that is projected on a large screen accompanied by a unique soundtrack. The programme includes;

Bach – prelude, Cello suite in G adapted for violin.
Glass/Clad – Glass half Full
Vivaldi – Four Seasons

Doors open 6.30pm, screening starts 7pm. TICKETS (£15 each) ON SALE NOW

 

NTLive - Othello

by William Shakespeare
directed by Clint Dyer


Thursday 23rd February starting at 7.00pm

An extraordinary new production of Shakespeare’s most enduring tragedy with a cast that includes Giles Terera (Hamilton), Rosy McEwean (The Alienist) and Paul Hilton (The Inheritance).

She’s a bright, headstrong daughter of a senator; elevated by her status but stifled by its expectations. He’s refugee of slavery; having risen to the top of a white world, he finds love across racial lines has a cost. 
Wed in secret, Desdemona and Othello crave a new life together. But as unseen forces conspire against them, they find their future is not theirs to decide.  

Othello is filmed live on the Lyttleton stage of the National Theatre.

Doors open 6.30pm, screening starts 7pm. TICKETS (£15 each) ON SALE NOW