National Theatre

Review: Oslo (National Theatre)
JT Rogers' Tony Award-winning play arrives at the National Theatre starring Lydia Leonard and Toby Stephens
Rufus Norris: 'We must be aware of nepotism in the theatre industry'
The director of the National Theatre has spoken out about how directors and venues must avoid nepotism
First look at cast of the National's Saint George and the Dragon in rehearsals
John Heffernan stars as the titular Saint in Lyndsey Turner's production
JT Rogers: 'We've all been pummeled by bad political theatre'
As his Tony Award winning play opens at the National Theatre, playwright JT Rogers explains why his piece isn't just a dry political thriller and why he got star struck meeting Stephen Sondheim
Peter Hall achieved his remarkable vision despite opposition on all sides
Michael Coveney pays tribute to the late founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company and director Peter Hall
Peter Hall dies aged 86
The RSC founder and director died yesterday at University College Hospital
Theatre needs intervals and not just for toilet breaks
As Follies opens without an interval at the National Theatre, Sarah Crompton explains why we shouldn't let the theatre break die out
Top 5 openings of the week: 11 - 17 September
Five Guys Named Moe, Oslo and Boudica lead a packed-out week as the autumn season gets underway
First look at Lydia Leonard and Toby Stephens in Oslo
The production opens at the National Theatre later this month
Angels in America announces Broadway transfer
The show will play for 18 weeks from February 2018