All Kinds of Limbo
The National Theatre of Great Britain’s communal musical journey reflecting the influence of West Indian culture on the UK's music scene.
Draw Me Close
Blurring the worlds of live performance, virtual reality and animation, Soulpepper Theatre and the National Film Board present the North American premiere of Draw Me Close, 23 June to 12 July 2020.
HOME | Aamir
This film tells the story of a brave and tenacious young man whose recent life has been a continual fight for survival in the constant face of aggression and rejection.
Artificial: Room 1
You’re invited to have an individual conversation with an AI to teach it how to become more human, or to explain what it means to be human.
An interactive installation, featuring specially-created immersive experiences developed with the creative team behind the musical, wonder.land.
A virtual reality music video inspired by wonder.land, the National Theatre’s musical created by Damon Albarn, Moira Buffini and Rufus Norris.
The NT is partnering with the Barbican and The Trampery on an accelerator programme for innovative artists working at the intersection of arts, technology, and entrepreneurship.
National Theatre & National Film Board Canada
In Autumn 2016, the NT’s Immersive Storytelling Studio began a collaboration with National Film Board Canada to explore and advance the language of creative non-fiction VR storytelling.
Barber Shop Chronicles
A 360 video of Barber Shop Chronicles, placing you in the heart of the action.
An emotionally responsive film challenging you to survive a riot. If you appear scared the film goes in one direction, aggressive and it goes in another.
Backstage & Rehearsal Room
Tens of thousands of people go on backstage tours a year to see the workings of this huge creative factory and we want to make 360 films that extend that audience.
Ugly Lies the Bone
A virtual reality audience experience to accompany Ugly Lies the Bone inspired by real life pain relief methods using VR.
Easter Rising: Voice of a Rebel
A BBC learning VR experience allowing audiences attending The Plough and the Stars to further immerse themselves in the events of the Easter Rising in 1916.