If you like this, here are some more shows at National Theatre…
Liola at National Theatre – 31st July, 1st to 3rd, 5th to 8th, and 13th to 18th August 2013
Performed by an Irish cast with gypsy musicians, “Liola” is a high-spirited drama that is unexpected, funny and touching. It takes us into the heart of a rural community where property and kinship provoke fierce passions. But Liola, a young man untroubled by tradition, takes the part of nature all the way.
Children Of The Sun at National Theatre – 17th to 20th May, 7th to 12th, 18th to 20th, 27th to 30th June, 5th to 8th, and 11th to 14th July 2013
Maxim Gorky’s “Children of the Sun” is set in Russia just before the revolution. It follows the new middle-class as they flounder about, philosophising and flirting, blind to their impending annihilation. Protasov immerses himself in chemical experiments, oblivious to his best friend’s pursuit of his wife, and the starving mob outside his house. Whilst his admiring circle spar over culture and the cosmos, only Liza feels the peoples’ suffering and senses their own privileged world is in jeopardy.
And here are some more shows…
Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap” – 1st July 2003 to 21st December 2013
Agatha Christie’s murder mystery crime thriller “The Mousetrap” has been a West End hit for nearly 60 years. Eight people are enjoying their stay at a holiday guest house until a murder takes place. But the detective soons discovers that each is avoiding the truth, either by silence or lies. So which one is guilty?