There’s Finally Some Good News for Theatergoers Everywhere

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Call it a coincidence or the best possible present in celebration of World Theater Day, March 27, but some good news emerged over the weekend for theatergoers across the globe. In light of the closure of cultural institutions worldwide, National Theatre is launching an initiative entitled National Theatre at Home to give culture vultures free access to leading theater productions on YouTube.

The weekly series will kickstart this coming Thursday, April 2, with One Man, Two Guvnors, which features a Tony Award-winning performance by James Corden. It will be followed by screenings of Jane Eyre, Treasure Island, and Twelfth Night. Even better? Each of the four National Theatre Live shows will be free to stream on YouTube for seven days. We were absolutely gutted when the National Theatre Live screenings in Sharjah were cancelled as a result of the pandemic – but now there’s something to smile about. Watch the trailers for all four productions, below.

One Man, Two Guvnors

There’s Finally Some Good News for Theatergoers Everywhere

Jane Eyre

There’s Finally Some Good News for Theatergoers Everywhere

Treasure Island

There’s Finally Some Good News for Theatergoers Everywhere

Twelfth Nigh

There’s Finally Some Good News for Theatergoers Everywhere
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