Work with a puppeteer and create a pirate’s parrot to accompany you on an adventure to Treasure Island.
Find out more about how our scenic artists realise a designer’s vision and take it from the model to the stage. Participants must be aged 16-21
An entertaining and hands-on introduction to costume design.
Become a playmaker for the day at the Clore Learning Centre and treat your family to a unique behind-the scenes experience.
Over four weeks discover both ancient and modern approaches to staging Greek drama.
Explore the morality play, Everyman, in the context of Medieval history and theatre.
Discover the art of making puppets in this enjoyable and hands-on course led by Mervyn Millar, award-winning puppetry director and a member of the original creative team for War Horse.
Explore the work of celebrated playwright Caryl Churchill.
As Farquhar's The Beaux' Stratagem plays in the Olivier, participants in this session will join Daniel Rosenthal, author of The National Theatre Story, to examine show reports, costume bibles, photographs, press reviews and other NT Archive material, and explore the contrasting approaches of directors such as Peter Wood and Nicholas Hytner.
This day considers the impact of women on the drama of the Restoration period as performers, playwrights and patrons of what might be seen as the birth of modern theatre.
With An Oak Tree playing at the National Theatre, this seminar is a great opportunity to explore the work of Tim Crouch