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ROYAL NATIONAL THEATRE ANNOUNCE NEW SCHEDULE COVERING 8th JAN to 17th MAR 01
The Royal National Theatre have announced their new schedule covering 8th Jan to 17th Mar 01. (Booking for this period is open now for those booking by post or fax. Booking opens 18th Dec 00 for those booking by phone, in person or through agencies.)
Opening in this period
Mnemonic, conceived by Simon McBurney, at the Lyttelton 2nd Feb 01, for 11 performances only to 10th Feb 01.
The Playboy of the Western World, by J.M. Synge , at the Cottesloe 20th Feb 01 , following previews from 14th Feb 01.
The Walls, by Colin Teevan, at the Cottesloe 14th Mar 01, following previews from 9th Mar 01.
My Fair Lady, at the Lyttelton 15th Mar 01, following previews from 5th Mar 01
Closing in this period
Life x3, 16th Jan 01
Hamlet, 23rd Jan 01
Singin' in the Rain 27th Jan 01
Mnemonic, 10th Feb 01
Noises off, 20th Feb 01
The following two productions will be transferring from the Cottesloe to Olivier theatre.
The Cherry Orchard, will transfer from the Cottesloe to Olivier 3rd Feb 01
Remembrance of Things Past, will transfer from the Cottesloe to Olivier 23rd Feb 01
The following Platforms have been announced
Simon Day in The Diary of a Madman
(8th Jan 01 / 6pm Cottesloe)
Farewell, Sweet Prince: Simon Russell Beale
(19th Jan 01 / 5.30pm Lyttelton)
Simon McBurney on 'Mnemonic'
(9th Feb 01 / 6pm Lyttelton)
Fiona Buffini on 'The Playboy of the Western World
(2nd Mar 01 / 6pm Cottesloe)
Vera Gottlieb on 'The Cherry Orchard'
(7th Mar 01 / 6pm (Olivier)