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NT Live productions to be screened on the National Theatre’s YouTube channel

FROM Thursday, April 2, 2020, a number of productions previously screened in cinemas globally as a part of National Theatre Live will be made available to watch via the National Theatre’s YouTube channel.

The first production to be broadcast as part of National Theatre At Home will be Richard Bean’s One Man, Two Guvnors (April 2 to April 9). Directed by Nicholas Hytner, it features a Tony Award-winning performance from James Corden.

Each production will be free and screened live every Thursday at 7pm GMT. It will then be available on demand for seven days.

Alongside the streamed productions, National Theatre At Home will also feature accompanying interactive content such as Q&As with cast and creative teams and post-stream talks. Further details will be announced in due course.

Other productions include Sally Cookson’s stage adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre (April 9 – 16), Bryony Lavery’s adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island (April 16 – 23), and Shakespeare’s classic comedy Twelfth Night (April 23 – 30) starring Tamsin Greig as Malvolia. Further titles will be announced at a later date.

For more information, visit www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/at-home.

Following the closure of UK schools, pupils now studying at home will be able to access the National Theatre Collection remotely. The Collection includes high-quality recordings of 24 world-class productions, drawing from ten years of NT Live broadcasts and never-before-released productions from the National Theatre’s Archive.

It’s available now for free to pupils and teachers at state schools and state-funded further education colleges, through remote access provided in partnership with Bloomsbury Publishing. Schools will be able to share log-in details with pupils to access the National Theatre Collection at home during this period.

Teachers can sign up now to National Theatre Collection on Bloomsbury’s Drama Online Platform at www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/learning/national-theatre-collection.