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National Theatre: Reopening in October 2020

The National Theatre reopens on 21 October with Death of England: Delroy

Public booking opens on Friday 2 October at noon. Member booking opens from Monday 21 September. Find out about becoming a member.


Please note: Following government advice about Coronavirus, the National Theatre building is currently closed to the public. When performances begin, admittance to the National Theatre will be for ticket holders only. Visit our FAQs for more information


The following shows due to play at the National Theatre have been postponed:

Jack Absolute Flies Again | Manor | Paradise | The Corn is Green | Welcome to Iran | Romeo and Julie | Small Island

In the West End
The Ocean at the End of the Lane at the Duke of York's Theatre, London

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre has also been postponed

UK Tours
Romeo and Julie

Other events
Forthcoming talks and events

Access information

Audio-described performances and Touch Tours for blind and visually impaired visitors
Also includes Large Print and Audio-described versions of the National Theatre rep leaflet

Captioned performances for deaf and partially hearing visitors


For all shows, tickets are limited to 9 per customer. £20 tickets are limited to 2 per customer - an additional pair of £20 tickets can be purchased if being used by children Under 18.

Download the season leaflet as a pdf (3.1MB)