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Our Generation - a varied group of young people, posed like a schoool group photo, against a white background

Our Generation

Alecky Blythe follows the runaway success of her acclaimed musical London Road with an epic coming-of-age drama that's too extraordinary to be fiction​.

From 14 February

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NT Live: Leopoldstadt - faded black and white image of a young boy, weaving a cat's cradle in gold coloured string between his fingers

NT Live: Leopoldstadt

Tom Stoppard's Olivier Award-winning new play. A passionate drama of love, family and endurance.

In cinemas 27 January

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Trouble in Mind - multi-exposure photo of Tania Moodie in a red dress and animal-print coat

Trouble in Mind

Nancy Medina directs Tanya Moodie (Motherland) in this 'stage satire with a real sting' (★★★★ The Times), considered the masterpiece of Alice Childress.

Until 29 January

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A photo of Leonie Elliott, cropped to the shape of Jamaica, surrounded by sea

Small Island

Our acclaimed and 'spectacular adaptation of Andrea Levy's Windrush novel' (★★★★★​ Observer) returns to the Olivier theatre.

From 24 February

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The Ocean at the End of the Lane poster illustration with a young boy in pajamas on a country lane, looking up at a lightning-filled sky

Ocean at the End of the Lane

‘Theatre at its gob-smacking best’​ (★★★★★ Daily Telegraph)

Our acclaimed stage version of the novel by Neil Gaiman plays at the Duke of York's Theatre until 14 May.

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All Kinds of Limbo XR - Nubiya Brandon sittting, surrounded by various audio eqyuipment, clocks a telescope, all painted white.

All Kinds of Limbo XR

Our immersive musical performance is now available worldwide via a Virtual Reality headset, as Augmented Reality on a phone or tablet, or as a desktop experience.


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The Corn is Green with Nicola Walker. A photo of Nicola Walker pushing her bicycle towards the camera, through a crowd of black coated miners all walking away from camera

The Corn is Green

Nicola Walker (Unforgotten, The Split) plays a teacher determined to help young miners out of poverty in Emlyn Williams’ semi-autobiographical play.

From 7 April

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