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The London Olivier theatre, part of the National theatre offers free exhibitions, events & talks.


London National Theatre - Olivier Theatre

Olivier Theatre in London

The London Oliver Theatre, a part of the National Theatre, offers a diverse and dynamic programme with different shows available daily. The Oliver theatre is named after Laurence Olivier, the initial director of the London National Theatre (all through its years at the Old Vic Theatre), and the exceptional British actor of the century - is the biggest of all the three theatres at the National Theatre.

The Oliver Theatre in London also 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.

The London Olivier Theatre in May will present shows for you to choose from: Death and the King's Horseman, Dido, Queen of Carthage, Time and the Conways, War Horse in the West End.

For more information on Olivier Theatre shows in London, please phone +44 (0)20 7 452 3400

Visiting London National Theatre - Olivier Theatre:

Address: National Theatre, South Bank, Lambeth, London, SE1 8XX

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7452 3000

Nearest Underground Stations:
Waterloo Tube (6 minutes)
Lambeth North Tube (12 minutes)

For more information on the Olivier Theatre in London visit :

What's on at Olivier Theatre:

Emil and The Detectives at the Olivier Theatre
Emil and The Detectives at the Olivier Theatre
When his money is stolen on a train by a mysterious stranger, young schoolboy Emil thinks he's lost everything. But as he starts tracking down the thief, he soon discovers that he's not alone in the big city after all. ...
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Enjoy outdoor events in summer at the Olivier Theatre in London!