A cathedral of British theatre

For what seems like eons, we’ve been quietly sidestepping and touring detours around the National Theatre on the South Bank.  A firm favourite of our spaces, despite it’s rather brutal facade (and interior, for that matter), The Nash has been under refurbishment for some time, and is finally fully open in all it’s facelifted glory.  We were lucky enough to have a meeting scheduled there yesterday evening, and it was wonderful to sit in the window, watching the sun lower over the Thames and enjoy what feels like a far more hospitable place.  It is light, inviting, and as vibrant as its stages.  I think we’ll be spending plenty more time in this cathedral of theatre – for pleasure as well as brief pre-show interludes.

You can read more about the work at the National in this excellent article from the Guardian.


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