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Oslo

The Lincoln Center Theater production

a new play by J.T. Rogers

From 5 to 23 September
Running Time: tbc

Oslo

Direct from Broadway for a limited season

Nominated for 7 Tony® Awards including Best Play and Best Direction of a Play

In 1993, in front of the world’s press, the leaders of Israel and Palestine shook hands on the lawn of the White House. Few watching would have guessed that the negotiations leading up to this iconic moment started secretly in a castle in the middle of a forest outside Oslo.

Oslo tells the true story of two maverick Norwegian diplomats who coordinated top secret talks and inspired seemingly impossible friendships. Their quiet heroics led to the groundbreaking Oslo Peace Accords.

Bartlett Sher’s acclaimed production of this new play by J.T. Rogers (Blood & Gifts, The Overwhelming, NT) sets a deeply personal story against an epic historical landscape.

This darkly funny political thriller comes to the National Theatre following a sell-out run in New York, prior to a West End run later this autumn.

Produced in association with Ambassador Theatre Group/Scott Delman

 

Talks and events

Mona Juul on the Oslo Accords Fri 15 Sep, 6pm

 

West End

Oslo continues at the Harold Pinter Theatre from 30 September
Tickets available from the National Theatre

A rich and resonant drama. A thrilling production

New York Times

Irresistible and deeply moving. An extraordinary achievement

Washington Post

A striking and compelling production

Variety
4 star rating

A narrative flush with historical detail

Time Out New York
4 star rating

A superb new play. Riveting

The Times

Oslo Teaser Trailer

The theatrical phenomenon transfers to the National Theatre and West End from a critically acclaimed sold-out run on Broadway.

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Ticket prices and Access performances

Tickets
£65, £56, £46, £31, £18
Previews 5 - 11 September
£45 - £15

Access Performances

Captioned performances, for deaf or hard-of-hearing people:
Saturday 16 September, 7.30pm
Captioned performances have subtitles on screens at the front of the auditorium so that deaf, hard of hearing or non-english speaking people can also enjoy the performance.

Audio-described performances, for blind and visually imparied people:
Friday 22 September, 7.30pm
Saturday 23 September 2pm (Touch Tour 12.30pm)

Audio-described performances have a live audio-description of what is happening onstage that can be heard through headphones. This is so that blind or visually impaired people can also enjoy the performance. A Touch Tour is for blind people to touch the set to familiarise themselves ahead of the performance. 

West End
Oslo continues at the Harold Pinter Theatre from 30 September
Tickets available from the National Theatre

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