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Google Cultural Institute exhibits

Here is our collection of exhibits featured by the Google Cultural Institute, which brings together millions of artifacts from multiple organisations.

Costume at the National Theatre

This exhibit explores the work of that department and the skills that go into making the world of a play.

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Shakespeare at the National Theatre

This exhibit tells the story of Shakespeare at the National Theatre through eight landmark productions. 

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An Architectural History of the National Theatre

This exhibit tells the story of the architects who tried to build the National Theatre, before Denys Lasdun’s landmark three-auditorium complex was finally opened in 1976.

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Greek Tragedy at the National Theatre

This exhibit explores how the challenges of staging Greek tragedy have been met on the National Theatre's stages through four themes; performance space, setting, chorus, and masks.

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Staging Children's Stories

This exhibit shines a spotlight on theatre created for children and their families, exploring how children's stories have been adapted and produced at the National Theatre since 1980.

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Black Plays at the National Theatre

This exhibit tells the story of how black writers and directors have used theatre to explore issues at the heart of society, establishing themselves as a vital part of the National Theatre's repertoire.

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