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25 September

25 September

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U.K. N.T. AWAY: Performance schedules for three upcoming shows at the National Theatre have been confirmed.

Dates and further casting updates have been revealed for Trouble in Mind, Wuthering Heights and Small Island, with performances through to spring 2022. Alice Childress Trouble in Mind will be performed in the Dorfman Theatre, with previews from 2 December, an opening night on 9 December and runs to 29 January. First staged over 60 years ago, Trouble in Mind sees black actress Wiletta Mayer navigate rehearsals for a new play about racism, directed and written by white men.

Tanya Moodie leads the Trouble in Mind cast as Wiletta Mayer. As part of a national tour of Wuthering Heights, the Emily Bront story will be staged in the Lyttelton Theatre from 3 February 19 March. Wuthering Heights is a co-production with Wise Children, Bristol Old Vic and York Theatre Royal, led by Lucy McCormick as Cathy and Ash Hunter as Heatchcliff.

Small Island returns to the Olivier Theatre in 2022, with previews from 24 February, an opening night on 3 March and performances to 16 April. Helen Edmundson adapts Andrea Levys novel, which follows three individuals as they reflect on their Jamaican heritage. Casting for Small Island is to be announced, but Rufus Norris directs.

Anupama Chandrasekhars The Father and the Assassin, directed by Indhu Rubasingham, will be performed later in 2022, with dates to be confirmed. Next month, The Ocean at the End of the Lane will make its long-awaited West End premiere at the Duke of Yorks Theatre. Or, if youre not travelling to the National Theatre, audiences can catch up on past National Theatre productions on their streaming service.

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