American Express and the National Theatre are working in partnership to provide Cardmembers with access to some of the very best of British theatre.
In addition to the National Theatre season at the South Bank, American Express Cardmembers can now book best seats in the house for the National Theatre’s four productions in the West End: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, War Horse, One Man Two Guvnors and Untold Stories.
Don't forget to submit the first four digits of your card in the 'Preferred Seating' box on the first dates page you visit - the performances will then become available to book.
Cardmembers can book best seats in the house for both the National Theatre season at the South Bank and for National Theatre productions in the West End.
The National Theatre season is available now for performances until 31 August 2013.
National Theatre productions in the West End are available from 13 May to 31 August 2013 with best availability from June.
Anne-Marie Duff plays Nina in Eugene O’Neill’s audacious epic - one of the great masterpieces of American theatre.
Marianne Jean-Baptiste plays uncompromising pastor Margaret in James Baldwin's 1965 play, with a gospel choir giving full voice on the Olivier stage. Travelex £12 Tickets available.
Adrian Lester, last seen at the National as Henry V, takes the title role, playing opposite Rory Kinnear as Iago
Tanya Ronder’s new version of Pirandello's play is performed by an Irish cast and gypsy musicians. It’s unexpected, funny and touching. Travelex £12 Tickets available.
Howard Davies' critically-acclaimed new production of the explosive Russian classic by Maxim Gorky, adapted by Andrew Upton. Travelex £12 Tickets available.
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.
The National Theatre’s highly 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.
The award-winning, smash-hit comedy is now playing at Theatre Royal Haymarket in the West End with Rufus Hound playing Francis Henshall.
The National Theatre’s critically-acclaimed double bill transfers to the Duchess Theatre in the West End for a limited run.