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The National Theatre's work isn't limited to our stages – we're also responsible for a growing library of video content, podcasts and digital exhibitions.


The National Theatre YouTube channel features content for teachers and students, including hundreds of videos about making theatre, with additional content to support texts on the English curriculum.


Google Arts & Culture

On Google Arts & Culture we host a range of digital exhibitions including Greek Theatre and Shakespeare at the National Theatre, opening up our physical exhibitions in the National Theatre to an online audience.



Our iTunes platform provides recordings of our live talks, bespoke podcasts, and with our educational iTunes U platform you can watch hundreds of videos about making theatre − all for free. 


The Red Barn: Behind The Scene Changes

Featuring interviews with designer Bunny Christie and the crew, we look at the incredible work behind this cinematic production.

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Tamsin Greig on Twelfth Night

The actor reflects on the challenges and rewards of playing Malvolia in Twelfth Night.

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RashDash: Devising Masterclass

RashDash lead this movement masterclass, incorporating techniques that can be used by students in the devising process.

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Spymonkey: Devising Masterclass

Toby Park of theatre company Spymonkey leads this improvisation masterclass, exploring ways to uncover comedy through devising.

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Lucian Msamati on Amadeus

The actor reflects on the challenges and rewards of playing Salieri in this new production of Amadeus. Chaired by Clemency Burton-Hill.

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Chekhov: The Seagull

Take a closer look at one of Chekhov's major plays with director Michael Oakley, actors Joshua James and Olivia Vinall.

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The Work of Terence Rattigan: Part One

In the first of two films in our Terence Rattigan collection, we explore French Without Tears, The Winslow Boy and The Browning Version.

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The Work of Terence Rattigan: Part Two

In the final film of our Terence Rattigan collection, we look at The Deep Blue Sea and Separate Tables.

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