Lyttleton Theatre in London
Part of the National Theatre, The Lyttleton Theatre offers a diverse and dynamic programme with different shows available daily. The Lyttelton theatre in London - named after Oliver Lyttelton, Viscount Chandos, whose parents were amongst the earlier effective campaigners for the London National Theatre and who was himself its initial chairman - is an amazing London theatre, conventional in its fundamental shape although not in the fineness of its sightlines and acoustics.
The theatre features 890 seats and different from majority of the usual theatres, has a changeable proscenium. A part of the National Theatre, Lyttleton in London offers a programme of talks and events that give an insight into the work of the theatre which is great for anyone wanting to find out more. Outdoor events also take part in summer and prior to the performance you can listen to music, the main foyer or view free exhibitions on-site.
Shows currently scheduled for May include Death and the King's Horseman, Dido, Queen of Carthage, Time and the Conways and War Horse in the West End.
For more information on the Lyttleton Theatre shows in London, please phone +44 (0)20 7 452 3400
Visiting London National Theatre - Lyttleton Theatre:
Address: South Bank, Lambeth, London, SE1 9PX
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7452 3400
Nearest Underground Stations:
Waterloo Tube (7 minutes)
Southwark Tube (10 minutes)
For more information on the Lyttleton Theatre in London visit : www.nationaltheatre.org.uk
What's on at Lyttleton Theatre:
The Light Princess brings together iconic singer songwriter Tori Amos with playwriter Samuel Adamson and director Marianne Elliot (Curious Incident) in this spectacular coming of age story. A dark fairytale about grief, rebellion and the power of love....
Knocked for six by his lust for an exotically perfumed woman from Florence, a trusted bank clerk of twenty-five years’ standing shoves a stolen fortune in his pocket and runs to her hotel, where his ludicrous advances are rejected. But, he’s broken free and there’s no turning back....
A Taste of Honey offers an explosive celebration of the vulnerabilities and strengths of the female spirit in a deprived & restless world. Bursting with energy & daring , this exhilarating and angry depiction of harsh working class life in post- war Salfordis shot through love and humour and infused with jazz. ...