Club Night: Hadestown
Wednesday 14 November
Club Night: The Tell-Tale Heart
Thursday 6 December
Club Night: Tartuffe
Monday 11 February (booking opens with the new season)
To book tickets please log on and book using the links above. If you have any questions, please contact the Development Department on 020 7452 3218 or email email@example.com. If you are unable to select tickets, please check you are logged into your Young Patron account, otherwise the event may be sold out.
- Edinburgh Fringe Trip, August 2018
- Young Patron Summer Party @ River Stage, July 2018
- Young Patron Ambassador Dinner, January 2018
- Club Nights:
- Antony & Cleopatra, September 2018
- Home, I'm Darling, July 2018
- An Octoroon, June 2018
- Network, March 2018
- Macbeth, February 2018
- Barber Shop Chronicles, December 2017
Check out pictures from our previous events, below:
What are Club Nights?
Club Nights are the social focus for Young Patrons; they provide the opportunity for members to see our most talked-about shows, whilst networking in a relaxed and fun environment. In recent years we have had Club Nights for the most exciting sell-out plays at the NT: Angels in America, Antony and Cleopatra, Barbershop Chronicles and many more.
Young Patrons can attend four Club Nights from a selection every year. Each one includes a drinks reception before the play and all members receive a complimentary programme. See photos from some recent Club Nights on the Young Patrons Facebook page.
Young Patron Summer Party
Every year we hold a Young Patron Summer Party, based around a top NT play. The summer party normally starts with a drinks reception before the play and then a party – at which the play’s cast often join the Young Patrons – after the performance and into the early hours. In recent years we have held Summer Parties around sell-out productions such as The Motherf**ker with the Hat, Great Britain, One Man, Two Guvnors with James Corden and Last of the Haussmans with Rory Kinnear. You can see photos from recent Summer Parties on the Facebook page.
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