Lyttelton Theatre

London, England

Performance History

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The Lyttelton Theatre is one of the three main performance spaces located within the National Theatre complex on London's South Bank. It was named after Oliver Lyttelton, a former chairman of the National Theatre Board, and opened in 1976. The Lyttelton Theatre has a capacity of up to 890 seats and is used for mid-scale productions. It has a large stage and a flexible auditorium, which can be adapted to different configurations to suit the needs of each production. The theatre is known for its innovative use of technology and its commitment to creating immersive and engaging theatrical experiences. The Lyttelton Theatre has hosted many groundbreaking productions over the years, including premieres of plays by some of the UK's most celebrated playwrights, such as Tom Stoppard, David Hare, and Caryl Churchill. It has also been a platform for emerging writers, actors, and directors, and has been instrumental in launching the careers of many talented artists. In addition to its main stage productions, the Lyttelton Theatre also hosts a range of talks, workshops, and other events, which aim to engage audiences with the theatrical process. The theatre is committed to accessibility and offers a range of services for disabled patrons, including audio-described performances and touch tours. The Lyttelton Theatre is part of the National Theatre, which is one of the UK's most important cultural institutions. The National Theatre is known for its commitment to producing a diverse range of works and for its innovative use of technology and accessibility services.}


Venue Info

Built: 1976
Venue Status: year not entered yet
Demolished: year not entered yet
Seating Capacity: 890

Location Info

South Bank
London, England
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Other Names

  • Lyttelton Theatre (1976)

Trivia & History

Part of the National Theatre.


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