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The Doctor's Dilemma

The Doctor's DilemmaDisturbingly funny and psychologically incisive, Bernard Shaw's The Doctor's Dilemma takes on with an irreverent glee the dubious ethics of the men who play God.

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Can We Talk About This?

Can We Talk About This? DV8's new production examines how events have reflected and influenced multicultural policies, freedom of speech and censorship. There is no interval. Latecomers may not be admitted. Ages 16 and over.

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Travelling Light

Travelling Light Following Vincent in Brixton and The Reporter, Nicholas Wright's new play is a funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood's golden age.

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Juno and the Paycock

Juno and the Paycock One of the great plays of the twentieth century, Sean O'Casey's Juno and the Paycock offers a devastating portrait of wasted potential in a Dublin torn apart by the chaos of the Irish Civil War, 1922.

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The Veil

The Veil May 1822, rural Ireland. The defrocked Reverend Berkeley arrives at the crumbling former glory of Mount Prospect House to accompany seventeen-year-old Hannah to England. She is to be married off to a Marquis in order to resolve the debts of her mother's estate. However, compelled by the strange voices that haunt his beautiful young charge and a fascination with the psychic current that pervades the house, Berkeley proposes a seance, the consequences of which are catastrophic.

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One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors In Richard Bean's English version of Goldoni's classic Italian comedy, sex, food and money are high on the agenda. James Corden returns to the National for the first time since The History Boys to star in this world premiere.

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A Woman Killed With Kindness

A Woman Killed With Kindness A startling domestic thriller written in 1603, A Woman Killed with Kindness strips bare two women's lives - with forensic realism - in one of the first tragedies ever to be written about ordinary people. Fast-moving, frightening and erotic: a major play in a radical production.

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Greenland

GreenlandGreenland combines the factual and the theatrical as several separate but connected narratives collide to form a provocative response to the most urgent questions of our time.

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Rocket To The Moon

Rocket To The MoonWritten in 1938 by Clifford Odets, the American master of dazzling, acerbic New York repartee, Rocket to the Moon puts opportunity in the way of a quietly desperate man and waits.

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Season's Greetings

Season's GreetingsAlan Ayckbourn's masterly Season's Greetings offers a seriously entertaining look at the misery and high jinks of an average family Christmas.

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Men Should Weep

Men Should WeepMen Should Weep is a moving and funny portrayal of impoverished 1930s Glasgow, and a raw salute to the human spirit.

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Blood and Gifts

Blood and GiftsFrom the author of The Overwhelming (NT 2006), Blood and Gifts is an epic political thriller, shot through with mad humour, that sweeps from refugee camps to mountainous tribal regions to the corridors of power in Washington DC.

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After The Dance

After the DanceFirst staged in 1939, After the Dance, now often thought to be Terence Rattigan's masterpiece, offers a subtle, witty unmasking of the hedonistic 20s generation and a devastating study of repression and the human heart.

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The Habit Of Art

The Habit Of ArtAlan Bennett's new play is as much about the theatre as it is about poetry or music. It looks at the unsettling desires of two difficult men, and at the ethics of biography. It reflects on growing old, on creativity and inspiration, and on persisting when all passion's spent: ultimately, on the habit of art.

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The White Guard

The White GuardThe National stages Andrew Upton's vigorous new version of Mikhail Bulgakov's rarely performed masterpiece, unrivalled in its depiction of the near-farcical mayhem of civil war across a vast and vivid canvas

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The Power Of Yes

The Power of YesMeeting with many of the key players from the financial world, David Hare, author of The Permanent Way and Stuff Happens, has created The Power of Yes: a compelling narrative that investigates the reasons for the finacial meltdown.

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Time and the Conways

Time and the ConwaysThrough J B Priestley's masterly manipulation of time, we see into one family's future while also examining their present, gliding through the highs and lows of history.

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The Pitmen Painters

The Pitmen PaintersFollowing sell-out seasons at The National last year,Lee Hall's new play , a deeply moving and timely look at art, class and politics returns for a further season.

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Burnt By The Sun

Burnt By The Sun PosterPoised at the beginning of Stalin's Great Terror, Burnt by the Sun shows a brutal future encroaching on the last days of a fading world.

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