Film Nights 2019
Wauchope Hall Town Yetholm
Doors Open at 6 30pm. Entry £6
Hope to be back in the Autumn!
At the present time we are unsure if these performances will take place but will post update as soon as information becomes available
National Theatre Live at the Wauchope Hall
All dates are Thursday Nights at 7pm unless otherwise stated
Update from National Theatre 6/7/20
We regret to tell you that our broadcast of Jack Absolute Flies Again on Thursday 23 July is cancelled.
We would also like to inform you that we are removing the upcoming hold dates from this calendar year. During this difficult time with theatres not able to operate, we are working closely with our partners to see what is possible, following Government guidelines. Once theatres do reopen and we have further information we’ll review our dates and will update you on our plans.
For now, please remove the following from your schedules:
03 September 2020
10 September 2020
01 October 2020
22 October 2020
27 October 2020
05 November 2020
10 November 2020
03 December 2020
The production of Jack Absolute Flies Again is planned to be a part of the National Theatre’s programme in the future, but we are not able to confirm the new date of broadcast at this time.
Following our recent update a reminder about the next set of National Theatre Live titles being released online as part of National Theatre at Home. As before, these titles will be free to watch on YouTube and are only available for one week.
Les Blancs by Lorraine Hansberry (adapted by Robert Nemiroff), in a never-before-seen archive recording, is streaming from 2 July
The Deep Blue Sea by Terence Rattigan, with Helen McCrory and Tom Burke, is streaming from 9 July
Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia, is streaming from 16 July
Alongside our regular supporting content, Ola Animashawun from the National Theatre's New Work Department will explore Small Island and Les Blancs in the context of the current global conversation around race.
Each production will be available for free for one week on the National Theatre's YouTube channel. 🍿❤️
January 28th - TBC
February 25th - TBC
March 18th - TBC