The theatre has announced the final five productions it will be streaming as part of its National Theatre at Home series.
The National Theatre has revealed its final set of productions that it will be streaming for free through Youtube over the coming weeks.
Having started with its acclaimed production of One Man, Two Guvnors, the National Theatre’s weekly online series has proved immensely popular. While the shows have been streaming for free, the theatre has been asking for donations from the public while its doors are shut due to the Covid-19 crisis.
It has been announced that on the 18th June, audiences will be able to watch the stage adaptation of Andrea Levy’s Small Island. Adapted for the stage by Helen Edmundson, it stars Leah Harvey, Gershwyn Eustace Jr and Aisling Loftus.
The following week, on the 25th June the Bridge Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be shown. The cast includes Hammed Animashaun, Oliver Chris, Gwendoline Christie and David Moorst.
On the 2nd July, the 2016 production of Lorraine Hansberry’s Les Blancs, directed by Yaël Farber will be presented. It stars Danny Sapani, Sheila Atim, and Tunji Kasim.
This will then be followed by The Deep Blue Sea starring Helen McCrory on the 9th July, while the 16th July will see Amadeus, with Lucian Msamati playing Antonio Salieri marking the end of the series.
All of the shows will be available to watch for a week after initially streamed, through the National Theatre’s Youtube channel.