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[email protected] will be opening its doors to welcome back our valued customers and friends on the 29th June. We would advise pre-booking tickets and food ONLINE or through our APP.
[email protected] will be opening its doors to welcome back our valued customers and friends on the 29th June. We would advise pre-booking tickets and food ONLINE or through our APP.
[email protected] will be opening its doors to welcome back our valued customers and friends on the 29th June. We would advise pre-booking tickets and food ONLINE or through our APP.

Small Island – Free Online Stream – NTLive Full Performance (Premiered 18 June)

Embark on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, from the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury, in this moving stage adaptation of Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel.

Hope and humanity meet stubborn reality as Small Island traces the tangled history between Jamaica and the UK and our characters dream of a better world. Hortense yearns for a new life away from rural Jamaica, Gilbert dreams of becoming a lawyer, and Queenie longs to escape her Lincolnshire roots, in three intricately connected stories.

Small Island, adapted by Helen Edmundson and directed by Rufus Norris, is streaming for free with National Theatre at Home from 7pm on Thursday 18 June, until 7pm on Thursday 25 June 2020. It is subtitled.

The ‘dazzling’ ★★★★★ (Observer) production was filmed live during its sold-out run in 2019 and features a company of 40 actors, including Leah Harvey, Gershwyn Eustache Jr and Aisling Loftus.

The running time is 2hrs 55mins with a very short interval.

Recommended rating is 15A due to some strong language, discriminatory behaviour, occasional sexual references and mild violence. Please note that, as part of depicting the experience of Jamaican immigrants to Britain after the Second World War, some characters in the play use racially offensive terms.

This production contains strobe-like effects!

 

 

 

 

 

The full list of cast and creatives is available here.

 

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