Bio Roy – National Theatre Live productions

What is Live på Bio?
Selected performances at the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company and West End theatres are filmed and broadcast live via satellite across the world, allowing a wider audience to experience a theatre performance.

At the Gothenburg cinema Bio Roy, located on Avenyn, the best of British theatre comes to our doorstep. See http:/bioroy.se

# Members of the Anglo-Swedish Society get a discount for block bookings for NTLive/RSC Theatre events at Bio Roy on Avenyn. We usually reserve 10 places on the balcony and this can be added to as demand requires.

These performances are usually on Mondays at 18:00 unless otherwise stated.

These are the performances planned for the 2016-2017 season:
Theatre events at Bio Roy

Group visits to theatre events at Bio Roy –  we are usually a group of about 12 people.
6/2 – War Horse (National Theatre)
20/2 – The Audience (National Theatre) with Helen Mirren as Queen Elisabeth II.
6/3 – One Man, Two Guvnors (National Theatre) – This is the funnist play you are going to see in a long time – highly recommended.
20/3 – Hedda Gabler (National Theatre)
10/4 – Twelfth Night (National Theatre)
24/4   Rosencrantz & Guildernstern are Dead (with Daniel Radcliffe)
20/5   Obsession, (Barbican Theatre with Jude Law)
29/5   Who is afraid of Virginia Woolf? (with Imelda Staunton)
21/8 – Angels in America – Part I: Millennium Approaches (National Theatre)
28/8 – Angels in America – Part II: Perestroika (National Theatre)

Book via NTLive bookings or email  ntlive(at)angloswedish.se

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Previous NTLive performance we have seen

Season 1
Phedre – 25 June 2009
All’s Well That Ends Well – 1 October 2009
Nation – 30 January 2010

The Habit of Art – 22 April 2010
London Assurance – 28 June 2010

Season 2
A Disappearing Number – 14 October 2010
Hamlet – 9 December 2010
Fela! – 13 January 2011
King Lear – 3 February 2011
Frankenstein – 17 & 24 March 2011
The Cherry Orchard – 30 June 2011

Season 3
One Man, Two Guvnors – 15 September 2011
The Kitchen – 6 October 2011
Collaborators – 1 December 2011
Travelling Light – 9 February 2012
The Comedy of Errors – 1 March 2012
She Stoops to Conquer – 29 March 2012

Season 4
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – 6 September 2012
The Last of the Haussmans – 11 October 2012
Timon of Athens – 1 November 2012
The Magistrate – 17 January 2013
People – 21 March 2013
This House – 16 May 2013
The Audience – 13 June 2013 (broadcast from the Gielgud Theatre in the West End)
Macbeth – 20 July 2013 (broadcast from the Manchester International Festival)

Season 5
Othello – 26 September 2013
Coriolanus – 30 January 2014 (broadcast from the Donmar Warehouse)
War Horse – 27 January 2014 – (NT production from New London Theatre, West End)
King Lear – 1 May 2014
A Small Family Business – 12 June 2014
Skylight – 17 July 2014 (broadcast from the Wyndham’s Theatre in the West End)

Season 6
Medea – 4 September 2014
A Streetcar Named Desire – 16 September 2014
JOHN – 9 December 2014
Treasure Island – 22 January 2015
Behind the Beautiful Forevers – 12 March 2015
A View From the Bridge – 26 March 2015 (Young Vic production Wyndham’s Theatre)
The Hard Problem – 16 April 2015
Man and Superman – 14 May 2015
Everyman – 16 July 2015

Season 7
The Beaux’ Stratagem – 3 September 2015
Hamlet – 15 October 2015 (broadcast from the Barbican Theatre)
Of Mice and Men – 19 November 2015 (Longacre Theatre on Broadway, New York)
Jane Eyre – 8 December 2015
Les Liaisons Dangereuses – 28 January 2016
As You Like It – 25 February 2016
Hangmen – 3 March 2016 (Royal Court production Wyndham’s Theatre in the West End)

Season 8
The Deep Blue Sea – 1 September 2016
The Threepenny Opera – 22 September 2016
No Man’s Land – 15 December 2016 (Wyndham’s Theatre in the West End)
Amadeus – 2 February 2017
Saint Joan – 16 February 2017 (broadcast from the Donmar Warehouse)
Hedda Gabler – 9 March 2017
Twelfth Night – 6 April 2017
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead – 20 April 2017 (broadcast from The Old Vic)
Obsession – 11 May 2017 (broadcast from the Barbican Theatre)
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? – 18 May 2017 (Harold Pinter Theatre in the West End)
Peter Pan – 10 June 2017 (performance was captured during its run at the National Theatre over the Christmas 2016/17 season)
Salomé – 22 June 2017

Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches – 20 July 2017
Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika – 27 July 2017

Yerma – 31 August 2017 (broadcast from the Young Vic)

Season 9
Young Marx – December 2017 (production broadcast from the Bridge Theatre)
Julius Caesar – March 2018 (production broadcast from the Bridge Theatre)