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Access information: We have reserved a number of tickets specifically for audience members who may have access requirements so we can best support their visit. Looking at the list below, do you identify with any of the following?

  • Deafblind

  • Aisle seat

  • Bringing an assistance dog (welcome in the auditorium or in care of the front of house team)

  • Audio Described for blind and visually impaired people

  • Captioned for D/deaf or hard of hearing people

  • Wheelchair space

  • Deaf BSL user

  • Wheelchair transfer

  • Other

If so either subscribe to our Access List, which will allow you to select your own seat when booking online or please contact our Box Office on 020 7452 3000 or email access@nationaltheatre.org.uk and a member of our team will assist you with your booking.

 

Please note: This show will include surtitles as it is performed in both Russian and English.

Cast
Rustam Ahmadeev, Zara-Jayne Arnold, Jonathan Bex, Kirill Byrkin, Roman Evdokimov, Raji Gopalakrishnan, Alexey Gorelov, Roman Evdokimov, Alyona Kapustyan, Yuliya Khamitova, Olga Lapshina, Sophie Lebedeva, Vera Lyzhenkova, Sally McNeill, Irina Povolotskaya, Alexandra Rudik, Ekaterina Sakhno, Alexandr Silyanov 
Readers: Jenny Agutter and Yevgeny Mironov

Production Team
Director – Ruslan Malikov
Associate Director – Jenny Sealey
Dramatist – Marina Krapivina
Assistant Director – Larisa Nikitina 
Stage and Costumes Designer – Ekaterina Dzhagarova
Choreographers – Evgeny Kulagin, Alexandra Rudik
Composer – Anneya Pashinskaya
Sound Designer – Mikhail Myasoedov
Original version (2015) producer – Ingeborga Dapkunaite
Producer – Viktoria Avdeeva

In Touch | Jenny Sealey Interview

The Artistic Director of Graeae Theatre and Associate Director of In Touch, Jenny Sealey, speaks about this unique co-production.

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Cast

Photography by Muir Vidler

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Pinocchio | Audience Reactions

What do audience members think of the show?

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Pinocchio | Relaxed performance 17 March

Perfect for anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed performance environment – including those with an autism spectrum condition or learning disability. We make small changes to the lights and sound (such as taking out strobes lights) so that the performance is more accessible if you have sensory sensitivities.

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Pinocchio | Wish Upon A Star

How do you work with one of the most famous Disney songs of all time?

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Pinocchio | Behind The Music

An interview with Martin Lowe, who has adapted the classic Disney songs for our production.

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Pinocchio | Meet Jiminy Cricket

She's a puppet, she's a cricket, she's Pinocchio's conscience. Meet Jiminy.

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Pinocchio | Trailer

Pinocchio comes to life as never before.

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Pinocchio Afternoon Tea

Hi-diddle-dee-Tea, a Pinocchio inspired Afternoon Tea, is available in House Restaurant after matinees and before evening performances of Pinocchio from 1 December 2017 - 31 March 2018.

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Pinocchio Afternoon Tea place setting

Pinocchio gift range

Discover exlusive gifts inspired by the National Theatre's production of Pinocchio on our online shop. Plus order your programme for home delivery, shipping worlwide.

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Pinocchio merchandise at the NT Bookshop

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Image designed by National Theatre Graphic Design Studio

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Network playtext and programme

Take a look at the programme for Network. Includes articles by Michael Harris on our addiction to outrage and Susan Banducci on politics and the news media. Plus a timeline of the history of television, rehearsal photographs by Jan Versweyveld and biographies for the company.

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Network programme image
Behind the scenes

Network: Staging Live Cinema

Video Designer Tal Yarden discusses the use of pre-recorded and live film in Network, and we follow Julie Rocque and Chris Jackson, the onstage camera operators of the production.

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Photography by Graham Pearson

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Saint George and the Dragon | Trailer

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Saint George and the Dragon | Cast Introduction

The cast of Saint George and the Dragon tell us what we can expect from the play, which is playing in the Olivier Theatre now.

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Saint George and the Dragon | Who is Saint George?

The George in Saint George and the Dragon is a brand new George. We asked the cast what they knew about him before they began working on the show.

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Ticket prices

Mon – Thu & all matinees
£45, £38, £34, £26, £15
Fri & Sat evening
£50, £44, £36, £28, £15

Access performances

Captioned performances:
Saturday 11 November, 2pm
Wednesday 22 November, 7.30pm

Audio-described performances:
Friday 1 December, 7.30pm 
Saturday 2 December 2pm (Touch Tour 12.30pm)

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An introduction to Saint George and the Dragon

Playwright Rory Mullarkey introduces Saint George and the Dragon, which opens in the Olivier Theatre in October.

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Saint George and the Dragon | Rehearsal gallery

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New season - June 2017 to January 2018

VIew the new shows and continuing performances in this season

New season June 17 to Jan 18 rep leaflet cover (detail)

Photography (John Heffernan) by David Stewart

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