Symposium: The National Theatre: A Place for Plays

  • 30 Oct 2016
  • 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM
  • Olivier, National Theatre, Waterloo, London

A Symposium for the 40th Anniversary of the opening of the National Theatre

Symposium Directors: Paule Constable & Richard Pilbrow

Theatre and Architecture: A Discussion
Confrontation, Misunderstanding or Collaboration?The NT’s Birthday — What next for our theatre?

Including a visit to the DORFMAN THEATRE and a demonstration of the DRUM REVOLVE

A conversation between theatre practitioners and the architectural and consulting community on the relationship between theatre and the design and architecture of theatre buildings. High profile speakers discuss how theatre makers at the National Theatre have worked in its spaces and contributed to its success as a place for plays, and consider the technological opportunities of the future.

Presented by the ABTT in association with the National Theatre.

Click here for the full itinerary and details of how to book. Use code ASD202 for a discounted ticket.

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