National Theatre

Theatre is experiencing a golden age of ensemble acting
Shows such as The Ferryman and Angels in America demonstrate how theatre can soar when an entire cast works together, says Sarah Crompton
Review: Salomé (National Theatre)
Yaël Farber revists the myth of the woman who demanded the head of John the Baptist
If you want to see London's best theatre, join the queue for day seats
Matt Trueman on his experiences of day seats, and how they can help get you some of the West End's most sought after tickets
Test your theatre knowledge: The Bible on stage
By Editorial Staff
As Yaël Farber's Salomé opens at the National Theatre, test your knowledge on Bible stories on stage
Review: Angels in America (National Theatre)
Andrew Garfield stars in Marianne Elliott's revival of Tony Kushner's epic play
Yaël Farber: the director re-writing the story of Salome
Daisy Bowie-Sell talks to visionary director Yaël Farber as her redefining production of Salome opens at the National Theatre
Top 5 theatre openings: 1 - 7 May
From Angels in America to The Ferryman there are some very big shows opening this week
First look at the first part of Angels in America
Millennium Approaches is the first part of Tony Kushner's play, which is directed by Marianne Elliott at the National Theatre
The new Bridge Theatre programme isn't safe, it's thrilling
Sarah Crompton looks at the first season from Nick Hytner and Nick Starr in their brand new theatre