The National Youth Theatre celebrates its 50th anniversary by presenting two new Shakespeare productions abridged by Arnold Wesker. Read More >
The National Youth Theatre performed Henry V as its first-ever production in 1956. The company celebrates its 50th anniversary by presenting this new production of the play, following the journey of the young King Henry as he enters adulthood.
Much Ado About Nothing looks at the battles and intrigue that ensue when soldiers returning from war rediscover love, life and music. Generally considered one of Shakespeare’s best comedies, it combines elements of robust hilarity with more serious meditations on honour, shame and court politics.