National Theatre

Lucy Kerbel: There will always be people who feel challenged by change
As the inaugural Tonic Awards take place this evening, founder of Tonic Lucy Kerbel explains how we can all be ambassadors for change
Casting announced for National Theatre's Barber Shop Chronicles
Inua Ellams' third play at the National will also run at West Yorkshire Playhouse
We ignore older actors at our absolute peril
As Lost Without Words opens at the National Theatre, Daisy Bowie-Sell looks at how that show demonstrates the wealth of experience in older actors
Review: My Country: A Work in Progress (Dorfman, National Theatre)
This new play by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, takes place in the days following the Brexit vote and interweaves real public testimonials with speeches from party leaders
How they created the NT's Brexit play My Country
By Campbell Laurie
As the National Theatre's new play about the British people and their views on Brexit opens, 'gatherer' Campbell Lawrie explains the process
Chukwudi Iwuji: 'Ivo van Hove gave me more faith in the industry'
The actor talks about the upcoming NT Live screening of Hedda Gabler and his extraordinary journey into theatre
Tricycle Theatre announces new National Theatre co-production
New works have been announced by the north London theatre ahead of its re-opening in 2018
National Theatre's Hedda Gabler to go on UK tour
Patrick Marber's adaptation currently stars Ruth Wilson and Rafe Spall
Review: Twelfth Night (Olivier, National Theatre)
Tamsin Greig plays Malvolia in this cross-gender casting version of Shakespeare's bawdy comedy