National Theatre Together
Our nation thrives on fresh talent and new ideas
Together we can ignite the creativity of the next generation
I'm sure I speak for many teachers when I say how much I appreciate [New Views] and all the work that goes into it; it really is such an amazing opportunity for my students and gives them an incredible education in the work of theatre making, for which there is sadly so little time in our normal school curriculum. Thank you for all of your hard work and for your continued dedication at this difficult time.
Nothing brings us together like theatre
Together we can unite communities across the nation
This year will no doubt be remembered for many things, but for those of us who have had the privilege of working alongside Public Acts, it has been a truly memorable one, full of growth, stronger relationships, much creative activity, empathy and bags of joy! As for 2021, we look forward to the gift of being together again, hopefully with the greatest, biggest whole community outdoor act of joy!
Sue, Public Acts participant
Theatre-makers create stories we’ll never forget
Together we can empower artists and craftspeople to make world leading work
Reopening the NT with a story like Death of England; it's overwhelming and I was absolutely moved. Being able to tell stories like this was undoubtedly why I entered the industry when I was 16.
Clint Dyer, Deputy Artistic Director
Theatre is for all of us
Together we can share the very best of British theatre with audiences around the world
In my teenage days the NT was just about the only theatre I could afford to see and I loved it. However, the last few years have been truly remarkable. As a person of colour and child of Indian immigrants, the nature and type of plays which the NT puts on has made it a theatre which, for the first time in my experience, is a theatre for all. The NT is a beacon of inclusion and I know that I am not alone in believing this. I can’t wait to visit again.
Pushpinder, NT audience member and supporter
“UK theatre is world-class, and brings with it a bucket-load of economic and social benefits. The NT is a place full of amazing people and elicits enormous affection, pride and passion in audiences around the world. Therapeutic, educational and egalitarian — it is an organisation for the moment. Not many organisations can influence and change the world — we can. We are asking you to once again stand with us and equip us to do what we do best and shape a bright, creative future.”
Rufus Norris and Lisa Burger, Joint Chief Executives
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