Death, jealousy and revenge

Among ARC’s Autumn line-up of National Theatre broadcasts will be encores of Hamlet, Frankenstein, Macbeth and The Habit of Art, which are among the most acclaimed recent productions in the theatre’s history.
The encores come in addition to an already thrilling line-up of Shakespeare’s encapsulating tales of tragedy, Othello and Coriolanus.

The National Theatre first opened its doors in 1963 at the Old Vic under Laurence Olivier. Eight hundred productions later, they are marking our half-century with a short season celebrating the remarkable people and plays that have made the NT one of the most cherished and creative of great British institutions.

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