NT Shed

Ben Power talks dramaturgy, rebranding The Shed and rethinking Medea
By Catherine Love · 13 May 2014

The man considered the National Theatre's secret weapon is witnessing some radical changes at the institution in terms of architecture, leadership and programming

Yellow Face (NT Shed)
By Michael Coveney · 9 May 2014

David Henry Hwang's play explores the impact race has had on the East Asian experience in America

Theatre highlights of the week: 1984 transfers, Secret Theatre Show 5 and Gujarati Shakespeare
By Ben Hewis · 6 May 2014

Ben Hewis takes a look at the openings and closings in London theatre this week

Theatre highlights of the week: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Home and Another Country
By Ben Hewis · 31 Mar 2014

Robert Lindsay and Rufus Hound bring a touch of Art Deco to the West End and Nadia Fall's Home returns to the Shed after its sell-out run in August last year

Chewing Gum Dreams (NT Shed)
By Jane Martin · 19 Mar 2014

Michaela Coel's one-woman show, based loosely on her teenage self, demonstrates her "lyrical gift"

Riverrun (NT Shed)
By Maisie Collins · 13 Mar 2014

Olwen Fouéré's one-woman show based on Finnegan's Wake features a strong performance but doesn't penetrate the incomprehensible text

National applies to keep NT Shed open until 2017; Dorfman delayed til autumn
By Editorial Staff · 12 Feb 2014

The National has applied to Lambeth Council for an extension to its license for the award-winning Shed

Blurred Lines (NT Shed)
By Nancy Groves · 23 Jan 2014

This devised project at NT Shed promises a 'blistering journey through contemporary gender politics'

Opening: Weir transfers, Payne's Blurred Lines and Russell Beale's Lear
By Editorial Staff · 20 Jan 2014

Josie Rourke's acclaimed Donmar production of The Weir moves round the corner to Wyndham's, while one of our finest classical actors teams with Sam Mendes on King Lear at the National

New season at National Theatre Shed sees return of Home, one-woman shows riverrun and Chewing Gum Dreams
By Rosie Bannister · 2 Jan 2014

The March-April season at the National's temporary venue include the return of Nadia Fall's play, plus two one-woman shows