American Express and the National Theatre are working in partnership to provide Cardmembers with access to some of the very best of British theatre. Cardmembers have access to presale tickets and reserved seating for National Theatre productions.
Reserved seating is available now for The Elephantom, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, War Horse, A Small Family Business, The Silver Tassie and continuing performances of King Lear and A Taste of Honey.
Don't forget to submit the first four digits of your card in the 'American Express Invites' box on the first dates page you visit - the performances will then become available to book.
For children and grown-ups of all ages, the story of one little girl and her larger-than-life friend, brought to life with extraordinary puppetry and theatrical ingenuity.
Alan Ayckbourn’s A Small Family Business, a riotous exposure of entrepreneurial greed, returns to the National where it premiered in 1987.
Sean O’Casey’s powerful, huge and rarely performed anti-war play of 1928 displays a jagged madness that belies its Dublin tenement setting and gives full expression to the horror and waste of war.
An aged king decides to divide his kingdom between his three daughters, according to which of them is most eloquent in praising him. Simon Russell Beale plays Lear, directed by Sam Mendes.
Written by Shelagh Delaney, A Taste of Honey is one of the great defining and taboo-breaking plays of the 1950s. Kate O'Flynn plays Jo, and Lesley Sharp her mother, Helen.
A classic tale of a boy learning to rely on himself – and on his new friends – in 1920s Berlin: a place full of surprises and danger, where everything moves at the speed of your imagination.
Daniel Kitson returns to the National Theatre with a new show about a prerecorded story.
The National Theatre’s acclaimed production based on Mark Haddon’s award-winning novel, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliott.
The National's international smash-hit production, now booking into 2014 at the New London Theatre in the West End.