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Things to do in London: Come and see a play at the National Theatre
Published: Sunday 17th of March 2013
If you’re looking for interesting things to do in London, then why not pay a visit to the National Theatre?
There is nothing better than seeing your favourite show live, particularly if it involves famous actors.
If you are intent on seeing a play, then there is hardly a better venue than the National Theatre, which lies in the heart of London.
It is home to both contemporary and classic theatre and is renowned for showing some of the greatest performances in the world with well-known stars.
Upcoming plays include Children of the Sun and Othello, which features Adrian Lester who is best-known for his roles in shows like Hustle and The Day After Tomorrow.
As well as giving guests the chance to see some fantastic plays, the theatre also hosts backstage tours, where guests can take a look behind the scene and meet some of the cast and crew.
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Posted by Georgina Black
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