• National Theatre

National Theatre

Denys Lasdun and Partners

place
South Bank, SE1 9PX
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Full disabled access, Bookshop, Parking, Refreshments, Toilets, Partial disabled access
A key work in British Modernism (Grade II* listed) with three theatres, designed with workshops and theatre-making all on-site. RIBA Award Winner.

Access

Saturday 22nd

Open 10am–5pm

Clore Learning Centre via Dorfman Theatre entrance

group
  • short tours of workshops and production building every 30 mins (10.15am-4.15pm) max 12 per tour. Tours on 'first-come' basis, sign up at Dorfman Theatre.
  • Short Tour of Max Rayne Centre every 30 mins (10.15am-4.15pm) max 12 per tour
event
  • Artefact handling (Documents and photos from the NT Archive with Archivist on site), capacity 10 (Explore the NT's heritage with the newly Accredited Archive service)
  • How to Love Brutalism with John Grindrod at 11.30am (followed by Booksigning), capacity 60 (Duration : 1 hour)

Sunday 23rd

Open 12.15pm–5pm

Clore Learning Centre via Dorfman Theatre entrance

group
  • Short Tour of Max Rayne Centre every 30 mins (12.30pm-4.15pm) max 12 per tour
  • short tours of workshops and production building every 30 mins (12.30pm-4.15pm) max 12 per tour. Tours on 'first-come' basis, sign up Dorfman Theatre .
event
  • Artefact handling (Documents and photos from the NT Archive with Archivist on site), capacity 10 (Explore the NT's heritage with the newly Accredited Archive service)

info_outline This building is open free of charge at other times of the year

Pre-booking is required for this building

How to Love Brutalism talk - free tickets, book online

Design

Original design
Denys Lasdun and Partners, 1976
Refurbishment
Howarth Tompkins, 2015
Type
Theatre
Period
Post-war