Given audiences of all ages the chance to learn, explore and discover in the new Clore Learning Centre.
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Provided improved facilities for artists, designers and theatre-makers not only to create and collaborate, but also to pioneer new ideas for the NT’s stages and for the wider theatre sector in the new Max Rayne Centre.
Offered artists more flexibility and audiences improved comfort in the auditorium and foyer of the new Dorfman Theatre.
Allowed audiences opportunities to see for themselves how theatre is made as they journey backstage above our workshops on the new Sherling High-Level Walkway.
Opened up the theatres to the river walk from the new Sackler Pavilion and welcomed audiences with improved signage and access.
Provided a comfortable and attractive café and bar on the river front for theatre audiences and South Bank visitors.
Created public gardens for audiences and the local community, and reduced energy consumption.
Redeveloped the exhibition space on the Olivier Theatre Cloakroom level, which has been renamed the Wolfson Gallery.
Maintained the NT’s world-leading capability by renewing 1970s equipment and infrastructure.
Maximised digital opportunities for learning by sharing the NT’s resources and expanding our in-house digital facilities for pioneering innovations such as National Theatre Live broadcasts.
Provided on-site access to our digital archive collections, including excerpts of filmed productions, photographs and audio recordings.
Improved services and facilities to meet the needs of all visitors and to make our work truly accessible.