Look Back In Anger To Be Screened At The V&A

The 2005 production of Look Back In Anger, which starred David Tennant as Jimmy Porter, is to be shown at the V&A as part of their celebrations of the 20th Anniversary of the National Video Archive of Performance (NVAP).
It will be shown on 6th May at 14:00pm at the Hochhauser Auditorium.
Screenings are free, on a first come first served basis.

Watch a short clip below:

Press Release follows:

Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the National Video Archive of Performance (NVAP)
Selected Sundays 15 April – 17 June Screenings start at 14.00
Hochhauser Auditorium
Screenings are free, on a first come first served basis
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of NVAP, the V&A proudly presents a programme of screenings, ranging from classic plays to West-End hits, from pantomimes and musicals to physical theatre and new writing. Established in 1992, the National Video Archive of Performance (NVAP) contains over 280 high-quality recordings of outstanding productions, and documents 20 years of British theatre.
Each screening will be introduced by a member of the original production or a V&A curator.

Sunday 15 April
The Chalk Garden (1955)
Written by Enid Bagnold and directed by Michael Grandage
With Margaret Tyzack and Penelope Wilton
Recorded at the Donmar Warehouse, July 2008 (97 minutes)

Sunday 22 April
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (mid-1590s)
Written by William Shakespeare and directed by Tim Supple
Recorded at the Roundhouse, April 2007 (130 minutes)

Sunday 29 April
The Caucasian Chalk Circle (1944)
Written by Bertolt Brecht and directed by Simon McBurney
Recorded at the Olivier Theatre, June 1997 (178 minutes)

Sunday 6 May
Look Back in Anger (1956)
Written by John Osborne and directed by Richard Baron
With Kelly Reilly and David Tennant
Recorded at the Theatre Royal, Bath, February 2005 (137 minutes)

Sunday 27 May
Butley (1971) – to be confirmed
Written by Simon Gray and directed by Lindsay Posner
With Dominic West, Amanda Drew and Paul McGann
Recorded at the Duchess Theatre, August 2011 (124 minutes)

Sunday 3 June
A Number (2002) – to be confirmed
Written by Caryl Churchill and directed by Stephen Daldry
With Michael Gambon and Daniel Craig
Recorded at the Royal Court Theatre, October 2002 (60 minutes)

Sunday 10 June
Tusk Tusk (2009)
Written by Polly Stenham and directed by Jeremy Herrin
Recorded at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, April 2009 (86 minutes)

Sunday 17 June
The Riots (2011)
Written by Gillian Slovo and directed by Nicolas Kent
Recorded at the Tricycle Theatre, December 2011 (100 minutes)

NVAP recordings can be accessed by individual researchers by appointment at the Theatre and Performance research facility at Blythe House in Olympia. To book an appointment email tmenquiries@vam.ac.uk.
Group viewings take place in the Sackler Centre at the V&A. To book, email bookings.office@vam.ac.uk.
For the full catalogue of recordings, visit http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/t/nvap/

With thanks to Amelia from The V&A Press Office


  1. Are you serous, omg I really want to see this.. I will have to see this lol give me luck to be able to get this opportunity.. :) :P


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