National Theatre unveils programme for 2013
Date Posted: 30/01/13
Those on London theatre breaks will be spoilt for choice this year, with the National Theatre this week unveiling its programme for its forthcoming season.
And with the theatre company celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2012, this year's list of productions looks like being one of the best ever.
Highlights include Simon Godwin directing Anne-Marie Duff and Charles Edwards in Eugene O'Neill's Strange Interlude, on at the Lyttelton Theatre from June, and a new Tori Amos musical called The Light Princess, which will open at the same venue in October.
National Theatre artistic director Nicholas Hytner also unveiled a full programme for the company's new performance space The Shed - which opens in April and replaces the Cottelsoe Theatre.
The schedule for the temporary venue includes a new play Table, written by Tanya Ronder and directed by Rufus Norri.
For full programme details and information on booking tickets, those planning theatre breaks in London should check out the National Theatre's website.
Posted by Becky Spence
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