The National Theatre At Home programme of free streaming plays has now ended, as UK cinemas reopen their doors.

Over the past four months, the National Theatre At Home programme has offered theatre during lockdown across the UK. It’s been putting one of its filmed live performances on its YouTube channel to watch for free each week, and the mix of productions has been both extraordinary and very welcome.

The productions that it’s been streaming have been the filmed plays that it had previously beamed into cinemas. And with cinemas now slowly reopening around the UK, it’s now been confirmed that the National Theatre At Home programme is coming to an end. That the production of Amadeus, that debuted last week, is the final show in the run.

Instead, the National Theatre has already announced that it’s restarting its programme of plays in cinemas, starting with encore performances of Fleabag that are now booking into Showcase Cinemas.

It’s been quite a run while it lasted, and you can find out more about the National Theatre, here.

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