American Express Invites

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 at the South Bank and in the West End.

Reserved tickets are available for wonder.land, Three Days in the Country, Our Country's Good, Jane Eyre, Everyman, The Beaux’ Stratagem and the sold out Man and Superman, with Ralph Fiennes. Cardmembers can also access reserved seating for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and War Horse in the West End.

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.

Ivan Turgenev’s A Month in the Country, presented here in a new version by Patrick Marber

Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Country’s Good celebrates the redemptive power of art. Travelex £15 Tickets.

This acclaimed re-imagining of Brontë's masterpiece was first staged by Bristol Old Vic, now presented as a single performance.

A brand new musical inspired by Lewis Carroll’s iconic Alice in Wonderland, by Damon Albarn and Moira Buffini

Chiwetel Ejiofor is Everyman: successful, popular and riding high when Death comes calling. With words by Carol Ann Duffy. Travelex £15 Tickets.

Caryl Churchill's play tells the story of the men and women who went into battle for the soul of England. Travelex £15 Tickets.

A wild comedy of love and cash by George Farquhar. Travelex £15 Tickets.

Ralph Fiennes took on the role of Jack Tanner in this exhilarating reinvention of Shaw’s witty, provocative classic.

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 to February 2016 at the New London Theatre in the West End.

Stephen Adly Guirgis’s whip-smart look at love and addiction finds light even in the darkest corners of New York City