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HomeHomeAn urban, high-rise hostel, Target East, offers a semblance of shelter to a host of young homeless people, including Bullet, who doesn't want to call it home, and Garden Boy, who just wants to be safe. Drama featuring real testimonials, written and directed by Nadia Fall.16th April 2014Wednesday 30th April 2014 Where:
National Theatre, South Bank South Bank SE1 9PX
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Home
event > Theatre > Specialist
DATES 26th March to 30th April 2014
An urban, high-rise hostel, Target East, offers a semblance of shelter to a host of young homeless people, including Bullet, who doesn't want to call it home,
The Silver TassieThe Silver TassieThe Silver TassieThe dazzling Harry Heegan is off to war, following the football team's latest victory in The Silver Tassie, Sean O'Casey's powerful, huge and rarely performed anti-war play of 1928 which comes to the National Theatre's Lyttelton Theatre this spring. Harry, played by Ronan Raftery, arrives at the trenches and finds a nightmarish world, where his fel16th April 2014Wednesday 21st May 2014 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, South Bank SE1 9PX
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The Silver Tassie
event > Theatre > Dramas
DATES 15th April to 21st May 2014
VENUE National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
The dazzling Harry Heegan is off to war, following the football team's latest victory in The Silver Tassie, Sean O'Casey's powerful, huge and rarely performed ...More about this event
Both Sides Now: Moments In American Music From The Corbis Photographic ArchiveBoth Sides Now: Moments In American Music From The Corbis Photographic ArchiveA photographic insight into American music history.16th April 2014Saturday 14th June 2014 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, South Bank SE1 9PX
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Both Sides Now: Moments In American Music From The Corbis Photographic Archive
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography|PRICING Free
DATES 7th April to 14th June 2014
VENUE National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
A photographic insight into American music history.
Django UntunedDjango UntunedFour-piece jazz and blues covers band incorporating vocals, guitar, trumpet and unusual percussion such as spoons and a washboard.17th April 2014Thursday 17th April 2014 Where:
National Theatre, South Bank South Bank SE1 9PX
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Django Untuned
event > Concerts > Jazz, Blues, Country and Folk - Gospel|PRICING Free
DATES Thursday 17th April 2014 - 5pm-8pm
Four-piece jazz and blues covers band incorporating vocals, guitar, trumpet and unusual percussion such as spoons and a washboard.
Tom HyattTom HyattFolk-infused singer-songwriter and guitarist from Lancashire who has been likened to John Martyn and Van Morrison.24th April 2014Thursday 24th April 2014 Where:
National Theatre, South Bank South Bank SE1 9PX
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Tom Hyatt
event > Concerts > Jazz, Blues, Country and Folk - Guitar|PRICING Free
DATES Thursday 24th April 2014 - 5pm-8pm
Folk-infused singer-songwriter and guitarist from Lancashire who has been likened to John Martyn and Van Morrison.
Poems That Make Grown Men Cry: Poetry ReadingPoems That Make Grown Men Cry: Poetry ReadingReadings of poems by well-known literary figures.29th April 2014Tuesday 29th April 2014 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, South Bank SE1 9PX
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Poems That Make Grown Men Cry: Poetry Reading
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Poetry & Readings
DATES Tuesday 29th April 2014 - 6pm
VENUE National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
Readings of poems by well-known literary figures.
The BlondettesThe BlondettesVocal jazz trio Alice Gimblett, Claire Harbourne and Freya Ward-Smith rework pop sings from the likes of ABBA, Adele, Beyonce and James Brown.1st May 2014Thursday 1st May 2014 Where:
National Theatre, South Bank South Bank SE1 9PX
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Free EventOn Soon
The Blondettes
event > Concerts > Jazz, Blues, Country and Folk - Gospel|PRICING Free
DATES Thursday 1st May 2014 - 5pm-8pm
Vocal jazz trio Alice Gimblett, Claire Harbourne and Freya Ward-Smith rework pop sings from the likes of ABBA, Adele, Beyonce and James Brown.
Yellow FaceYellow FaceAn exploration on the impact race has had for the East Asian populace in the United States. Written by David Henry Hwang and directed by Alex Sims.5th May 2014Saturday 24th May 2014 Where:
National Theatre, South Bank South Bank SE1 9PX
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Yellow Face
event > Theatre > Comedies
DATES 5th to 24th May 2014
An exploration on the impact race has had for the East Asian populace in the United States. Written by David Henry Hwang and directed by Alex Sims.
Craig Brown And FriendsCraig Brown And FriendsBrown and guests celebrate 25 years with Private Eye.9th May 2014Friday 9th May 2014 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, South Bank SE1 9PX
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Craig Brown And Friends
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES Friday 9th May 2014 - 6pm
VENUE National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
Brown and guests celebrate 25 years with Private Eye.
First World War PoetryFirst World War PoetryFeaturing readings by Kenneth Cranham.16th May 2014Friday 16th May 2014 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, South Bank SE1 9PX
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First World War Poetry
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Poetry & Readings
DATES Friday 16th May 2014 - 6pm
VENUE National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
Featuring readings by Kenneth Cranham.
O'Casey: Beyond Dublin: TalkO'Casey: Beyond Dublin: TalkMairead Delaney, Wayne Jordan and James Moran discuss the later work of Sean O'Casey.17th May 2014Saturday 17th May 2014 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, South Bank SE1 9PX
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O'Casey: Beyond Dublin: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures
DATES Saturday 17th May 2014 - 10.30am
VENUE National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
Mairead Delaney, Wayne Jordan and James Moran discuss the later work of Sean O'Casey.
The Animals and Children Took to the StreetsThe Animals and Children Took to the StreetsAvant-garde theatre quartet 1927 returns to the National Theatre following two sell-out runs here to present The Animals and Children Took to the Streets, a show featuring storytelling, animation, live music and performance, set in a slum tenement block. Created by the company's co-founders, poet Suzanne Andrade and film-maker Paul Barritt, the sho23rd May 2014Monday 26th May 2014 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, South Bank SE1 9PX
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The Animals and Children Took to the Streets
event > Theatre > Specialist
DATES 23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th May 2014
VENUE National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
Avant-garde theatre quartet 1927 returns to the National Theatre following two sell-out runs here to present The Animals and Children Took to the Streets, a sh...More about this event
HotelHotelA new three by 'That Face' writer Polly Stenham, Hotel comes to The Shed from 31st May. In this tropical thriller, set on a secluded desert island, Robert and the family are getting away from it all. But beyond the white sand and beautiful sunsets a storm is coming and we soon find out the cost of integrity. Stenham, who made her playwriting debut 31st May 2014Saturday 2nd August 2014 Where:
National Theatre, South Bank South Bank SE1 9PX
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Hotel
event > Film Events > Film - Thriller
DATES 31st May to 2nd August 2014
A new three by 'That Face' writer Polly Stenham, Hotel comes to The Shed from 31st May. In this tropical thriller, set on a secluded desert island, Robert and ...More about this event
Mark Thomas: 100 Acts Of Minor DissentMark Thomas: 100 Acts Of Minor DissentAnarchic and satirical humour as the stand-up and political activist catalogues his attempts to make 100 actions of mischief in one year.2nd June 2014Monday 2nd June 2014 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, South Bank SE1 9PX
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Mark Thomas: 100 Acts Of Minor Dissent
event > Comedy > Stand-Up
DATES Monday 2nd June 2014 - 7.30pm
VENUE National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
Anarchic and satirical humour as the stand-up and political activist catalogues his attempts to make 100 actions of mischief in one year.
BallyturkBallyturkThe lives of two men unravel quickly over the course of 90 minutes in Enda Walsh's ambitious and tender new play, Ballyturk. Irish actor Cillian Murphy, who stars in BBC Two period crime drama Peaky Blinders and whose film credits include 'Disco Pigs', Danny Boyle's '28 Days Later...' and Neil Jordan's 'Breakfast on Pluto', returns to the National 11th September 2014Saturday 11th October 2014 Where:
National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre, South Bank SE1 9PX
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Ballyturk
event > Theatre > Dramas
DATES 11th September to 11th October 2014
VENUE National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
The lives of two men unravel quickly over the course of 90 minutes in Enda Walsh's ambitious and tender new play, Ballyturk. Irish actor Cillian Murphy, who st...More about this event
 
 

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Home
Theatre | Until 30th April 2014 

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An urban, high-rise hostel, Target East, offers a semblance of shelter to a host of young homeless people, including Bullet, ...More

The Silver Tassie
The Silver Tassie
Theatre | Until 21st May 2014 

National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre

The dazzling Harry Heegan is off to war, following the football team's latest victory in The Silver Tassie, Sean O'Casey's ...More

 
Martin Creed
Martin Creed
Exhibitions | Until 27th April 2014 

The Hayward Gallery 2 minutes walk from National Theatre

He got all the bells ringing in the country at the same time to launch the cultural Olympic celebration in ...More

 
Gabriel's Wharf Easter Egg Hunt
Kids Events | Until 21st April 2014 

Gabriel's Wharf 3 minutes walk from National Theatre

Join in on an egg hunt in the vibrant riverside location of Gabriel's Wharf this Easter....More

Festival Of The Spoken Nerd
Comedy | Until 18th July 2014 

Southbank Centre 3 minutes walk from National Theatre

Stand-up mathematician Matt Parker, geeky songstress Helen Arney and experiments maestro Steve Mould entertain with stand-up, live science and unashamed ...More

Tony Law: Nonsense Overdrive
Comedy | Until 19th April 2014 

Southbank Centre 3 minutes walk from National Theatre

"Imagine if Harry Potter was a Canadian non-wizard who writes very funny jokes with his big hands, that's Tony Law," ...More

Pull Out All The Stops - An Organ Celebration
Pull Out All The Stops - An Organ Celebration
Concerts | Until 7th June 2014 

Southbank Centre 3 minutes walk from National Theatre

Celebrating the complete restoration and return of the Royal Festival Hall's organ, the Southbank Centre is hosting Pull Out All ...More

 
Jananne Al-Ani: Excavations
Exhibitions | Until 20th April 2014 

Southbank Centre 3 minutes walk from National Theatre

Photographs, films and videos by the London-based, Iraqi-born artist, exploring the landscape, archaeology and visual representation of the Middle East ...More

Candida Powell-Williams: Coade's Elixir: An Occupation
Exhibitions | Until 29th April 2014 

Southbank Centre 3 minutes walk from National Theatre

Sculptural installations and performances inspired by the history, mythology and physicality of the Southbank Centre's site, and the life of ...More

 
 
 
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