National Theatre artistic director Nicholas Hytner has announced that he'll be stepping down in March 2015 (See Today's News). In the past ten years, since Hytner took over from Trevor Nunn in April 2013, the National has mounted more than 200 productions, 23 of them directed by Hytner himself. How many have you seen? Which were your favourites?

Note, the following year-by-year list does not includeWest End/international transfers or tours.

2003

SCENES FROM THE BIG PICTURE
A new play by Owen McCafferty
Director Peter Gill
Cottesloe 10 April

JERRY SPRINGER – THE OPERA
music Richard Thomas, book and lyrics Stewart Lee & Richard Thomas
Director Stewart Lee
Lyttelton 29 April

HENRY V
by William Shakespeare
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 13 May (Travelex Tickets)

ELMINA’S KITCHEN
A new play by Kwame Kwei-Armah
Director Angus Jackson
Cottesloe 29 May

HIS GIRL FRIDAY
adapted by John Guare from The Front Page by
Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur and the film by Columbia Pictures
Director Jack O’Brien
Olivier  5 June  (Travelex)

JUMPERS
by Tom Stoppard
Director David Leveaux
Lyttelton 19 June

POWER
A new play by Nick Dear
Director Lindsay Posner
Cottesloe 3 July

EDMOND
by David Mamet
Director Edward Hall
Olivier  17 July (Travelex)

THREE SISTERS
by Anton Chekhov, in a version by Nicholas Wright
Director Katie Mitchell
Lyttelton 12 July

DEMOCRACY
A new play by Michael Frayn
Director Michael Blakemore
Cottesloe 9 September (transfer to Lyttelton 12 February 2004)

TALES FROM THE VIENNA WOODS
by Ödön von Horváth, in a new version by David Harrower
Director Richard Jones
Olivier 14 October (Travelex)

THE PILLOWMAN
A new play by Martin McDonagh
Director John Crowley
Cottesloe 13 November

MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA
by Eugene O’Neill
Director Howard Davies
Lyttelton 27 November

PLAY WITHOUT WORDS
(The Housewarming)
Devised by Matthew Bourne, Music Terry Davies
Director Matthew Bourne
Lyttelton 16 December

HIS DARK MATERIALS (two plays)
based on the novels by Philip Pullman, adapted by Nicholas Wright
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 20 December

 

2004

Co-production with Out of Joint
THE PERMANENT WAY
A new play by David Hare
Director Max Stafford-Clark
Cottesloe 13 January 
Transfer to Lyttelton 3 April (Travelex)
(Premiere: York Theatre Royal, 13 November 2003)

CYRANO DE BERGERAC
by Edmond Rostand, in a new version by Derek Mahon
Director Howard Davies
Olivier 19 April (Travelex)

SING YER HEART OUT FOR THE LADS
by Roy Williams
Director Paul Miller
Cottesloe 30 April

Improbable Theatre
Keith Johnstone’s
LIFEGAME
Directors Phelim McDermott & Lee Simpson
Cottesloe 6 May


THE HISTORY BOYS
A new play by Alan Bennett
Director Nicholas Hytner
Lyttelton 18 May

Collaboration with Complicite
MEASURE FOR MEASURE
by William Shakespeare
Director Simon McBurney
Olivier 27 May (Travelex)

THE FALSE SERVANT
by Pierre Marivaux, in a new version by Martin Crimp
Director Jonathan Kent
Cottesloe 1 June

IPHIGENIA AT AULIS
by Euripides, translated by Don Taylor
Director Katie Mitchell
Lyttelton 22 June

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart
music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Director Edward Hall
Olivier 9 July (Travelex)

THE NIGHT SEASON
A new play by Rebecca Lenkiewicz
Director Lucy Bailey
Cottesloe 3 August

STUFF HAPPENS
A new play by David Hare
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 10 September  (Travelex)

BURIED CHILD
by Sam Shepard
Director Matthew Warchus
Lyttelton 29 September

PRIMO
A new play by Antony Sher
adapted from Primo Levi’s If This Is A Man
Director Richard Wilson
Cottesloe 30 September

In collaboration with Shunt
TROPICANA – A Shunt Event
Shunt Vaults 22 October

THE MANDATE
by Nikolai Erdman
in a new version by Declan Donnellan
Director Declan Donnellan
Cottesloe 26 October

FIX UP
A new play by Kwame Kwei-Armah
Director Angus Jackson
Cottesloe 16 December

 

2005

A Complicite production
A MINUTE TOO LATE
devised by the Company
Director Simon McBurney      
Lyttelton 27 January

A DREAM PLAY
by August Strindberg
in a new version by Caryl Churchill
Director Katie Mitchell
Cottesloe 15 February

THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA
by Federico García Lorca       
in a new English version by David Hare
Director Howard Davies
Lyttelton 15 March

A collaboration with Kneehigh Theatre
TRISTAN & YSEULT
adapted by Emma Rice
Written by Carl Grose & Anna Maria Murphy
Director Emma Rice
Cottesloe 12 April

HENRY IV, PARTS 1 & 2
by William Shakespeare
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 4 May  (Travelex)

A collaboration with Improbable
THEATRE OF BLOOD
by Lee Simpson & Phelim McDermott
based on the MGM, Sam Jaffe film
an idea by Stanley Mann & John Kohn
and screenplay by Anthony Greville-Bell
by special arrangement with MGM on Stage
Director Phelim McDermott
Lyttelton 20 April

Co-production with Royal Exchange
ON THE SHORE OF THE WIDE WORLD
A new play by Simon Stephens
Director Sarah Frankcom
Cottesloe 26 May
Royal Exchange, Manchester 13April

THE UN INSPECTOR
freely adapted from Gogol’s The Government Inspector by David Farr
Director David Farr
Olivier  16 June (Travelex)

THE PRESIDENT OF AN  EMPTY ROOM
A new play by Steven Knight  
Director Howard Davies
Cottesloe 28 June

ARISTOCRATS
by Brian Friel
Director Tom Cairns
Lyttelton 12 July

TWO THOUSAND YEARS
A new play by Mike Leigh
Director Mike Leigh
Cottesloe 15 September
Lyttelton 25 March 2006

PLAYING WITH FIRE
A new play by David Edgar     
Director Michael Attenborough
Olivier 21 September  (Travelex)

THE HISTORY BOYS (re-cast)
by Alan Bennett
Director Nicholas Hytner
re-created by Simon Cox
Lyttelton 23 September (and touring)
           
PILLARS OF THE COMMUNITY
by Henrik Ibsen
in a new version by Samuel Adamson
Director Marianne Elliott
Lyttelton 1 November

PAUL
A new play by Howard Brenton
Director Howard Davies
Cottesloe 9 November

JUST FOR SHOW
a work by Lloyd Newson
for DV8 Physical Theatre
Lyttelton 10-19 November

CORAM BOY
adapted by Helen Edmundson
from the novel by Jamila Gavin
Director Melly Still      
Olivier 14 November
Revived 29 November 2006

 

NT Education Mobile production
TRANSLATIONS
by Brian Friel  
Director Sean Holmes 
Cottesloe 15 November          
(opened at Tunbridge Wells)

ONCE IN A LIFETIME
by Moss Hart & George S Kaufman
Director Edward Hall
Olivier 15 December

2006

Co-production with Complicite (return)
MEASURE FOR MEASURE
by William Shakespeare
Director Simon McBurney      
Lyttelton 15 February

SOUTHWARK FAIR
A new play by Samuel Adamson
Director Nicholas Hytner
Cotteloe 16 February

BURN
a new play by Deborah Gearing
CHATROOM
a new play by Enda Walsh
CITIZENSHIP
a new play by Mark Ravenhill
Director Anna Mackmin
Cottesloe 15 March

THE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN
by Peter Shaffer
Director Trevor Nunn
Olivier  12 April  (Travelex)

THE VOYSEY INHERITANCE
by Harley Granville Barker
Director Peter Gill
Lyttelton 25 April

THE OVERWHELMING
a new play by JT Rogers
Director Max Stafford-Clark
Cottesloe 17 May

MARKET BOY
a new play by David Eldridge
Director Rufus Norris
Olivier 6 May  (Travelex)


THE SEAGULL
by Anton Chekhov
in a version by Martin Crimp
Director Katie Mitchell
Lyttelton 27 June

THE LIFE OF GALILEO
by Bertolt Brecht
in a version by David Hare
Director Howard Davies
Olivier  6 July (Travelex)

EXILES
by James Joyce
Director James Macdonald     
Cottesloe 2 August

THE ALCHEMIST
by Ben Jonson
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier  14 September  (Travelex)

THE SEAFARER
A new play by Conor McPherson
Director Conor McPherson
Cottesloe 28 September

CAROLINE, OR CHANGE
Book and Lyrics by Tony Kushner
Music by Jeanine Tesori
Director George C Wolfe
Lyttelton 19 October

THERESE RAQUIN
by Emile Zola
adapted by Nicholas Wright
Director Marianne Elliott
Lyttelton 13 November

WAVES
a work devised by Katie Mitchell and the Company
from Virginia Woolf’s novel  The Waves
Director Katie Mitchell
Cottesloe 16 November

CORAM BOY revival (see 2005)
Olivier Theatre

2007

HAPPY DAYS
by Samuel Beckett
Director Deborah Warner
Lyttelton 24 January


THE MAN OF MODE
by George Etherege
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 6 February

THE REPORTER
A new play by Nicholas Wright
Director Richard Eyre
Cottesloe 21 February

NT Education Mobile production
THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE
by Bertolt Brecht
in a version by Frank McGuinness
In collaboration with Filter
Director Sean Holmes
Cottesloe 9 March
(Opened 9 Jan at Canterbury)

ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE
by Martin Crimp
Director Katie Mitchell and the Company
Lyttelton 14 March  (Travelex)

THE ROSE TATTOO
By Tennessee Williams
Directors Steven Pimlott and Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 29 March  (Travelex)

LANDSCAPE WITH WEAPON
A new play by Joe Penhall
Director Roger Michell
Cottesloe 5 April

RAFTA, RAFTA…
A new play by Ayub Khan-Din
Based on All in Good Time by Bill Naughton
Director Nicholas Hytner
Lyttelton 26 April

A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH
Based on the film by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger
Adapted by Tom Morris and Emma Rice
Director Emma Rice
Olivier 10 May (Travelex)

PHILISTINES
by Maxim Gorky
In a new version by Andrew Upton
Director Howard Davies
Lyttelton 30 May

THE FIVE WIVES OF MAURICE PINDER
A new play by Matt Charman
Director Sarah Frankcom
Cottesloe 20 June

SAINT JOAN
by Bernard Shaw
Director Marianne Elliott
Olivier 11 July (Travelex)

THE HOTHOUSE
by Harold Pinter
Director Ian Rickson
Lyttelton 18 July

THE ENCHANTMENT
by Victoria Benedictsson
In a new version by Clare Bayley
Director Paul Miller
Cottesloe 1 August

THE EMPEROR JONES
by Eugene O’Neill
Director Thea Sharrock
Olivier 28 August (Travelex)

CHATROOM
by Enda Walsh
CITIZENSHIP
by Mark Ravenhill
Director Anna Mackmin
Cottesloe 1 September

PRESENT LAUGHTER
By Noël Coward
Director Howard Davies
Lyttelton 2 October

WAR HORSE
Based on a novel by Michael Morpurgo
Adapted by Nick Stafford
Directors Marianne Elliott & Tom Morris
Olivier 17 October

STATEMENT OF REGRET
A new play by Kwame Kwei-Armah
Director Jeremy Herrin
Cottesloe 14 November

WOMEN OF TROY
by Euripides
In a version by Don Taylor
Director Katie Mitchell
Lyttelton 28 November

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
by William Shakespeare
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 18 December


2008

HAPPY NOW?
A new play by Lucinda Coxon
Director Thea Sharrock
Cottesloe 24 January  

THE HOUR WE KNEW NOTHING
OF EACH OTHER
by Peter Handke
from a new translation by Meredith Oakes
Director James Macdonald     
Lyttelton 13 February

BABY GIRL by Roy Williams
DNA by Dennis Kelly
THE MIRACLE by Lin Coghlan
Director Paul Miller
Cottesloe 28 February

MAJOR BARBARA
by Bernard Shaw        
Director Nicholas Hytner         
Olivier 4 March            (Travelex)

NEVER SO GOOD
A new play by Howard Brenton           
Director Howard Davies           
Lyttelton 26 March

FRAM
A new play by Tony Harrison
Directors Tony Harrison & Bob Crowley
Olivier 17 April (Travelex)

HARPER REAGAN
A new play by Simon Stephens
Director Marianne Elliott
Cottesloe 23 April

THE YEAR OF MAGICAL THINKING
a play by Joan Didion, based on her memoir
Director David Hare
Lyttelton 30 April

co-production with Live Theatre, Newcastle
THE PITMEN PAINTERS
by Lee Hall, inspired by a book by William Feaver
Director Max Roberts
Cottesloe 21 May, Lyttelton 27 January 09

THE REVENGER’S TRAGEDY
by Thomas Middleton
Director Melly Still
Olivier  4 June (Travelex)

AFTERLIFE     
A new play by Michael Frayn                             
Director Michael Blakemore
Lyttelton 10 June

HER NAKED SKIN
A new play by Rebecca Lenkiewicz
Director Howard Davies
Olivier 31 July (Travelex)

…SOME TRACE OF HER
inspired by The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky (1868)
adapted by Katie Mitchell and the company (2008)                                
Director Katie Mitchell
Cottesloe  30 July

WAVES revival           
Cottesloe 20 August (+ tour)
See 2006

IN-I
directed and performed by Juliette Binoche and Akram Khan
with visual design by Anish Kapoor
Lyttelton 18 August

WAR HORSE (revival)
Olivier 10 September
See 2007

A SLIGHT ACHE (1958) and LANDSCAPE (1967)
by Harold Pinter                                                  
Director Iqbal Khan                                            
Lyttelton 13 September (11 perfs)

Druid
THE WALWORTH FARCE
by Enda Walsh
Director Mikel Murfi
Cottesloe 24 September

OEDIPUS
by Sophocles
in a new version by Frank McGuinness
Director Jonathan Kent
Olivier 15 October

DV8
TO BE STRAIGHT WITH YOU
conceived by Lloyd Newson
Director Lloyd Newson
Lyttelton 29 October

GETHSEMANE
A new play by David Hare                                   
Director Howard Davies                                       
Cottesloe 11 November

Steppenwolf
AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY
by Tracy Letts
Director Anna D Shapiro                                     
Lyttelton 26 November
                                                                           
2009

EVERY GOOD BOY DESERVES FAVOUR
a play for actors and orchestra
by Tom Stoppard and André Previn
Directors Felix Barrett and Tom Morris
Conductor Simon Over
Olivier 16 January

MRS AFFLECK
A new play by Samuel Adamson, from Ibsen’s Little Eyolf
Director Marianne Elliott
Cottesloe  27 January

THE PITMEN PAINTERS (revival)
by Lee Hall                                                                                               
Lyttelton 27 January

ENGLAND PEOPLE VERY NICE
A new play by Richard Bean                              
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 11 February (Travelex)

BURNT BY THE SUN
by Peter Flannery
from the screenplay by Nikita Mikhalkov & Rustam Ibragimbekov
Director Howard Davies                                       
Lyttelton 3 March

DIDO QUEEN OF CARTHAGE
by Christopher Marlowe
Director James Macdonald
Cottesloe 17 March

DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN
by Wole Soyinka
Director Rufus Norris
Olivier 8April (Travelex)

TIME AND THE CONWAYS
by JB Priestley
Director Rupert Goold
Lyttelton 5 May

ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
By Shakespeare
Director Marianne Elliott
Olivier 28 May (Travelex)

PHÈDRE
By Jean Racine
In a version by Ted Hughes
Director Nicholas Hytner
Lyttelton 11 June

Tara Arts
THE BLACK ALBUM
By Hanif Kureishi
Director Jatinder Verma
Cottesloe 21 July

THREE MORE SLEEPLESS NIGHTS
By Caryl Churchill
Director Gareth Machin
Lyttelton 30 July

THE PITMEN PAINTERS revival
Lyttelton 2-22 September see 2008

LOLITA
By Vladimir Nabokov
Edited by Richard Nelson
Director Richard Nelson
Lyttelton 7 September (3 perfs)

MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN
By Bertolt Brecht
In a version by Tony Kushner
Director Deborah Warner
Olivier 25 September (Travelex)

OUR CLASS
A new play by Tadeusz Slobodzianek
In a version by Ryan Craig
Director Bijan Sheibani
Cottesloe 23 September

THE POWER OF YES
A new play by David Hare
Director Angus Jackson
Lyttelton 6 October

PAINS OF YOUTH
By Ferdinand Bruckner
In a new version by Martin Crimp
Director Kate Mitchell
Cottesloe 28 October

THE HABIT OF ART
A new play by Alan Bennett
Director Nicholas Hytner
Lyttelton 17 November and on tour                    

NATION
Based on a novel by Terry Pratchett
Adapted by Mark Ravenhill
Director Melly Still
Olivier 24 November

Dr Seuss's THE CAT IN THE HAT
Adapted for the stage by Katie Mitchell
Based on the book The Cat in the Hat by Dr Seuss
Director Katie Mitchell
Cottesloe 16 December, transferred to the Young Vic (Maria Studio) January 2010

2010

Co-production with Southbank Sinfonia
EVERY GOOD BOY DESERVES FAVOUR (revival)
Olivier 9 January (see 2009)

REALLY OLD, LIKE FORTY-FIVE
A new play by Tamsin Oglesby
Director Anna Mackmin
Cottesloe 3 February

Fuel presents Inua Ellams'
THE 14TH TALE
written & performed by Inua Ellams
Cottesloe 9 February

Discover: Primary Classics
TWELFTH NIGHT
By William Shakespeare
In a version by Carl Heap
Cottesloe 16 February and tour to primary schools

LONDON ASSURANCE
By Dion Boucicault
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 10 March

THE WHITE GUARD
By Mikhail Bulgakov
In a new version by Andrew Upton
Director Howard Davies
Lyttelton 23 March

The Royal & Derngate Northampton
BEYOND THE HORIZON
By Eugene O'Neill
Director Laurie Sansom
Cottesloe, 7 April (matinee)

The Royal & Derngate Northampton
SPRING STORM
By Tennessee Williams
Director Laurie Sansom
Cottesloe, 7 April (evening)

WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN
By Thomas  Middleton
Director Marianne Elliott
Olivier, 27 April (Travelex)

LOVE THE SINNER
A new play by Drew Pautz
Director Matthew Dunster
Cottesloe, 11 May

AFTER THE DANCE
By Terence Rattigan
Director Thea Sharrock
Lyttelton, 8 June

WELCOME TO THEBES
A new play by Moira Buffini
Director Richard Eyre
Olivier, 22 June (Travelex)

DANTON'S DEATH
By Georg Buchner
In a new version by Howard Brenton
Director Michael Grandage
Olivier, 22 July (Travelex)

Co-production with Headlong
EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON
A new play by Mike Bartlett
Director Rupert Goold
Cottesloe, 4 August

BLOOD AND GIFTS
A new play by JT Rogers
Director Howard Davies
Lyttelton, 14 September

OR YOU COULD KISS ME
A new play by Neil Bartlett and Handspring Puppet Company
Director Neil Bartlett
Cottesloe, 5 October

HAMLET
By William Shakespeare
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier, 7 October (Travelex) and on tour

NT Learning
PRINCE OF DENMARK
A new play by Michael Lesslie, inspired by Hamlet,
performed by a company from the National Youth Theatre
Director Anthony Banks
Cottesloe, 14 October

MEN SHOULD WEEP
By Ena Lamont Stewart
Director Josie Rourke
Lyttelton, 26 October

FELA!
Book by Jim Lewis & Bill T Jones
Music and lyrics by Fela Anikulapo-Kuti
Additional lyrics by Jim Lewis, additional music Aaron Johnson & Jordan McLean
Based on the life of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti
Conceived by Bill T Jones, Jim Lewis & Stephen Hendel
Director  Bill T Jones
Olivier 16 November

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
Devised by Katie Mitchell, text by Lucy Kirkwood
Cottesloe, 1 December

SEASON'S GREETINGS
By Alan Ayckbourn
Director Marianne Elliott
Lyttelton, 8 December

TWELFTH NIGHT
By William Shakespeare
Director Peter Hall
Cottesloe, 18 January

2011

GREENLAND
A new play by Moira Buffini, Matt Charman, Penelope Skinner and Jack Thorne
Director Bijan Sheibani
Lyttelton, 1 February

FRANKENSTEIN
A new play by Nick Dear, based on the novel by Mary Shelley
Director Danny Boyle
Olivier, 22-23 February

THE HOLY ROSENBERGS
A new play by Ryan Craig
Director Laurie Sansom
Cottesloe, 16 March

ROCKET TO THE MOON
By Clifford Odets
Director Angus Jackson
Lyttelton, 30 March

HAMLET
by William Shakespeare
Director Nicholas Hytner
Lyttelton 13 April (transferred from Olivier, following UK tour;  Travelex)

Fuel presents Inua Ellams’
BLACK T-SHIRT COLLECTION
Written and performed by Inua Ellams
Director Thierry Lawson
Cottesloe 13 April

LONDON ROAD
book and lyrics by Alecky Blythe
music and lyrics by Adam Cork
DirectorRufus Norris
Cottesloe, 14 April

THE CHERRY ORCHARD
by Anton Chekhov
in a version by Andrew Upton
DirectorHoward Davies
Olivier 17 May (Travelex)

ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS
by Richard Bean, based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni
with songs by Grant Olding
DirectorNicholas Hytner
Lyttelton 24 May; Adelphi Theatre 8 November;
Theatre Royal Haymarket 2 March 2012; and two UK tours

EMPEROR AND GALILEAN
by Henrik Ibsen, in a new version by Ben Power
DirectorJonathan Kent
Designer Paul Brown
Olivier 15 June (Travelex)

DOUBLE FEATURE:
Edgar & Annabel by Sam Holcroft
There is a War by Tom Basden
The Swan by DC Moore
Nightwatchman by Prasanna Puwanarajah
Directors Polly Findlay (The Swan-Nightwatchman) and
Lyndsey Turner (Edgar & Annabel-There is a War)
Paintframe
3 August (Edgar & Annabel-The Swan);
4 August (Nightwatchman-There is a War)

A WOMAN KILLED WITH KINDNESS
by Thomas Heywood
DirectorKatie Mitchell
Lyttelton, 12 July (Travelex)

THE KITCHEN
by Arnold Wesker
DirectorBijan Sheibani
Olivier, 7 September (Travelex)

ST MATTHEW PASSION
by JS Bach, English translation by Paul Goodwin
Southbank Sinfonia
Conductor Paul Goodwin
DirectorJonathan Miller
Olivier, 17 September – 2 October

KING JAMES BIBLE readings
Edited by Edward Kemp
Directors James Dacre, Polly Findlay, Nicholas Hytner
Lyttelton, 8 October – 6 November

GRIEF
by Mike Leigh
DirectorMike Leigh
Cottesloe, 21 September and on tour

THE VEIL
a new play by Conor McPherson
DirectorConor McPherson
Lyttelton, 4 October

IT’S ALWAYS RIGHT NOW UNTIL IT’S LATER
Daniel Kitson (writer-performer)
Lyttelton 7-21 October, 19-22 December

13
a new play by Mike Bartlett
DirectorThea Sharrock
Olivier 5 October (Travelex)

COLLABORATORS
a new play by John Hodge
DirectorNicholas Hytner
Cottesloe 1 November

Co-production with the Abbey Theatre, Ireland
JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK
by Sean O’Casey
DirectorHoward Davies
Abbey Theatre, 29 September
Lyttelton, 16 November

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
by William Shakespeare
DirectorDominic Cooke
Olivier, 29 November

A 1927 production
THE ANIMALS AND CHILDREN TOOK TO THE STREETS
Writer DirectorSuzanne Andrade
Cottesloe 7 December 2011-3 January 2012

2012

TRAVELLING LIGHT
a new play by Nicholas Wright
DirectorNicholas Hytner
Lyttelton 18 January

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER
by Oliver Goldsmith
DirectorJamie Lloyd
Olivier  31 January

ISLAND
a new play by Nicky Singer
DirectorAdam Penford
Touring primary schools from 18 January
Cottesloe 15-25 February

Co-production with DV8 Physical Theatre
CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS?
Conceived and directed byLloyd Newson
Lyttelton 9-28 March

MOON ON A RAINBOW SHAWL
by Errol John
DirectorMichael Buffong
Cottesloe 14 March

Fuel present
BLACK T-SHIRT COLLECTION
written & performed by Inua Ellams
Cottesloe 14 April

A  Landmark Productions-Galway Arts Festival production
MISTERMAN
Written and directed by Enda Walsh
Lyttelton 18 April

DETROIT
By Lisa D’Amour
Directed by Austin Pendleton
Cottesloe 15 May

ANTIGONE                                                          
Sophocles
in a version by Don Taylor
Directed by Polly Findlay
Olivier 30 May (Travelex)

THE LAST OF THE HAUSSMANS
a new play by Stephen Beresford
Directed by Howard Davies
Lyttelton 19 June

TIMON OF ATHENS
William Shakespeare, Thomas Middleton
Directed by Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 17 July (Travelex)

THE DOCTOR’S DILEMMA
Bernard Shaw
Directed by Nadia Fall
Lyttelton 24 July                                       

LONDON ROAD
book and lyrics by Alecky Blythe
music and lyrics by Adam Cork
Olivier 1 August (transfer from Cottesloe) (Travelex)

THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME
based on the novel by Mark Haddon, adapted by Simon Stephens
Directed by Marianne Elliott
Cottesloe 2 August,  Apollo 1 March 2013

THIS HOUSE
A new play by James Graham
Directed by Jeremy Herrin
Cottesloe 24 September, Olivier 28 February 2013                                  

SCENES FROM AN EXECUTION
Howard Barker
Directed by Tom Cairns
Lyttelton 4 October

DAMNED BY DESPAIR
Tirso de Molina
In a new version by Frank McGuinness
Directed by Bijan Sheibani
Olivier 10 October (Travelex)

PEOPLE
Alan Bennett
Directed by Nicholas Hytner                     
Lyttelton 7 November

A co-production with Headlong
THE EFFECT                                                       
Lucy Prebble
Directed by Rupert Goold
Cottesloe 13 November

THE MAGISTRATE                                              
Arthur Wing Pinero
Directed by Timothy Sheader
Olivier 21 November                                 

A 1927 production
THE ANIMALS AND CHILDREN TOOK                                                                                                                                                             (See 7.12.11 Cott)
TO THE STREETS
Lyttelton 12 December

HYMN
Alan Bennett
Directed by Nadia Fall
Lyttelton 22 November

COCKTAIL STICKS
Alan Bennett
Directed by Nicholas Hytner
Lyttelton 6 December

HANSEL AND GRETEL
written by Lucy Kirkwood
devised by Katie Mitchell and Lucy Kirkwood
based on story recorded by Brothers Grimm
Directed by Katie Mitchell
Cottesloe 13 December

 

2013

PORT
By Simon Stephens
Directed by Marianne Elliott
Lyttelton 28 January                                 

THE CAPTAIN OF KÖPENICK
By Carl Zuckmayer
in a new English version by Ron Hutchinson
Directed by Adrian Noble

THIS HOUSE
James Graham
Director Jeremy Herrin
Olivier 28 February (from Cottesloe)

TABLE
A new play by Tanya Ronder
Director Rufus Norris
The Shed, 12 April

CHILDREN OF THE SUN
Maxim Gorky
Version by Andrew Upton
Director Howard Davies
Lyttelton 16 April  (Travelex)

OTHELLO
William Shakespeare
Director Nicholas Hytner
Olivier 23 April