The National Theatre launches its online streaming service, giving you access to some of the world’s best theatrical productions.
Let’s face it, we are really missing live theatre. But while we wait for the theatres to reopen, thanks National Theatre at Home we can at least sample some of the world’s best theatrical performances in the comfort of our homes. This new streaming service provides worldwide digital access to many of their most critically acclaimed productions. It builds on the success of the streaming service created by the National Theatre during lockdown, which attracted over 15 million views worldwide.
The launch titles available to watch include Coriolanus (starring Tom Hiddleston in the blood-soaked title role), Mosquitoes (with Olivia Colman), Othello (with Adrian Lester), Medea with Helen McCrory, Phèdre (with Helen Mirren), Yerma (with Billie Piper) and the brilliant revival of Amadeus (with Lucian Msamati).
The platform is available to watch online and on smart TV, tablet and mobile apps. Viewers can choose a monthly fee of £9.98 or annual subscription of £99.98 to access the full catalogue and exclusive backstage content. Alternatively, they can rent single plays for a 72-hour window, with prices ranging from £5.99-£7.99. National Theatre at Home is available for streaming online through any web browser and in Apple (iOS / tvOS), Google (Android / Android TV), Roku TV and Amazon Fire TV.
National Theatre at Home is available now at ntathome.com