You can now watch National Theatre streaming productions from the comfort of your own home, in exchange for a subscription fee.

When the UK first moved into lockdown all the way back in the spring, one of the first to react was the National Theatre. It responded to the closure of theatres around the country by making available each week one of its filmed productions for free over YouTube. These were often the plays and shows that it’d been beaming into cinemas, and here was a chance to catch up on them all.

The National Theatre At Home programme ended just before the summer, but now it’s been revealed that a new, more permanent way of streaming the plays has been devised.

National Theatre At Home is now to become a streaming service with either a subscription fee or a paid one-off sum. For your money, you then get access to its archive of filmed productions, including some that never saw the inside of a cinema in the end.

Subscriptions cost £9.98 a month, or £99.98 for a full year. If you’re interested in signing up, you can get more information right here.

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