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VenueLyttelton (National Theatre)
Other spaces: Lyttelton Loft
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From29th September 2000
Opened5th October 2000
To20th February 2001
When Nov 22,23,24,25m,25, Dec 11,12m,12,13,29,30m,30, Jan 1,2m,2, 24,25,26,27m,27, Feb 12,13,14m,14,15,16,17m,17,19,20m,20 Eve 19:30, Mats 14:15, Oct 5 at 19:00
What is currently on at Lyttelton (National Theatre) (V374)

Noises Off

Noises OffT0528066848
It's after midnight and Garry, Frederick, Belinda and Brooke, hapless actors rehearsing the trouser-dropping farce, Nothing On, are confused. Should Dotty be holding the newspaper or the sardines? Should there even be sardines? What's gone wrong with all the door handles? And where the hell is Selsdon Mowbray? A month later the troupe hits Goole, and tempers are fraying, hearts are breaking and the riotous fun on-stage is paralleled only by volcanic excitements off-stage. But will the crises turn the comedy into a catastrophe? Can the show go on? Everything desperate director Lloyd Dallas does to make things better, just makes things a little worse.
Author Michael Frayn

Archive :: production:T0528066848, play:S4378, venue:V374

Production details

In association with the Ambassador Theatre Group and Act Productions UK tour to be announced.

Special Performances

  • 14 Feb 01 Sign Interpreted
  • 16 Feb 01 Audio Described
  • 17 Feb 01 Audio Described


Producer Royal National Theatre
Director Jeremy Sams
Design Robert Jones
Lighting Tim Mitchell
Sound Fergus O'Hare (for Aura)
Performer Susie Blake
Performer Patricia Hodge
Performer Christopher Benjamin
Performer Peter Egan
Performer Aden Gillett
Performer Selina Griffiths
Performer Jeff Rawle
Performer Paul Thornley
Performer Natalie Walter

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