National Theatre announces its forthcoming productions

Date Posted: 17/01/2013

News from the National Theatre has detailed some of its forthcoming productions, including political dramas and satirical comedies.

In addition, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, Marianne Elliott’s much-acclaimed production, based on the novel by Mark Haddon will transfer to the West End’s Apollo Theatre from 1st March until 25th May.

A new version of Carl Zuckmayer’s satirical play, The Captain of Köpenick, first staged in Germany in 1931, will open on 5th February until 4th April at the Olivier Theatre.

Marianne Elliott will direct Simon Stephens’ Port, a colourful portrayal of the northern town of Stockport, in the Lyttelton Theatre from 28th January until 24th March.

Following a sell-out run in the Cottesloe, James Graham’s new play set in the engine rooms of Westminster during the 1970s, This House will transfer to the Olivier Theatre from 23rd February.

The National Theatre offers a range of workshops and sessions for secondary school children, giving them an insight into acting, directing, design and producing at the NT.

Teachers can also arrange a pre-show Q&A session for Key Stage 3 students. Meet a member of the creative team and find out how director, designer and actors have realised the play. Dates available on request for all schools-sessions.

For further information visit www.nationaltheatre.org.uk.

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