Digital season guide and calendar

The digital season guide is designed for mobile, tablet and desktop devices (opens in a new tab/window).

Download the April to October 2015 season brochure as a pdf (3MB)

Or browse the season online using the links below :

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.

People, Places and Things is the latest collaboration between Headlong and the National, following the acclaimed Earthquakes in London and The Effect.

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, Poet Laureate. 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.

Passion. Loyalty. Salvation. A new play by Patrick Marber, writer of Closer and Dealer's Choice.

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

Tom Stoppard’s first play for the stage since Rock ’n’ Roll in 2006, and his first for the National since his trilogy, The Coast of Utopia, 2002.

In Sam Holcroft’s theatrically playful, dark comedy an extended family gathers in the kitchen for a traditional Christmas.

by Alexander Zeldin, written through devising with the company
presented by The Yard Theatre.

by RashDash and Alice Birch. 'This is about pornography.'

The 10th anniversary revival of this ground-breaking and Obie Award-winning production by Tim Crouch

Islington Community Theatre investigate the workings of the adolescent brain.

A sinister and surreal thriller from Alistair McDowall, directed by Ned Bennett.

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