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Don't miss out on No Man's Land NT Live Encore performances, worldwide!

NO MAN'S LAND NT LIVE ENCORE PERFORMANCES

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No Man's land NT Live Encore performances are screening internationally through January!
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NT Live have kindly shared a snippet of the No Man's Land Q & A - centrally featuring Damien!




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Well, I thoroughly enjoyed the NTL production of 'No Man's Land'.

I thought the close-ups were great, although there were a few too many for my liking. However, because of them I found Patrick Stewart better than seeing him in Newcastle (I actually thought he was the weakest character - a sin, I know!). My mother had Alzheimer's and he used a facial expression one she often had - the 'Who are these people and what are they doing here? If I act like I know what is going on no-one will realise every thing is incomprehensible ' one. He captured that perfectly and it was something my daughter commented on, too - 'My goodness, he looked like gran did' and yes, we both cried a little.

There were differences between the two performances, of course there were, and I found both were brilliant. I am really glad I went to see the NTL performance.

I did find the Q&A a bit underwhelming - there were a lot of questions via Facebook and not one of them was asked. In fact, it was mainly a rehash of things already discussed in the clips and chats previously issued by NTL, nothing new. However, Brigid found it interesting as she hadn't been following the play the way I had - perhaps I'm just hard to please!

It was my first ever NTL production but it certainly won't be the last - I've booked for Amadeus in early February. I love the theatre but tickets are very expensive - £60 to see 'No Man's Land' as opposed to £15.50 for the NTL production. There were only about a dozen of us in the cinema to watch it and I had told my daughter there was a possibility there could only be the two of us, as Sunderland is not a great theatre town (they mainly prefer musicals). But I did come away with a list of NTL productions coming up - and Opera, too (unfortunately I had just missed 'Norma'). My New Years Resolution is to go to them all, and somehow I have the feeling that that is one resolution I will have no difficulty keeping! Brigid has decided to come with me and we've persuaded her husband to give Amadeus a try, so there'll be at least three in the cinema to watch! Saint Joan is next on the list.

Thank you, Damien and the Forum - I am now able to afford a trip to see a great production every month through National Theatre Live!

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How strange that there were so few of you in Sunderland to see it, Ellie The cinema I watched it at had sold out! I was a bit disappointed by the q & a too but I think Sir Ian's anecdotes were entertaining but it meant that not many questions were asked!

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I have noticed that when I go to the theatre in Sunderland plays are not well attended, musicals are sold out - but a lot of the people beside me are from Newcastle! When I go to the Royal in Newcastle it is sold out, people come from all over to see something there. Brigid and I were the only ones to clap in the NTL production and people actually ate nachos and popcorn. I'm just not used to that happening in the theatre at all (I'm of the 'shush' generation if someone makes a noise).
It will be interesting to see how many turn up for Amadeus, I'm expecting a few more!

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People either side of me kept nodding off! Rude. I always clap too even though I know the actors can't hear!

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DaMo continuing to conquer the world!

Any Aus and NZ fans out there going to watch / seen Damien in a NML encore?





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UK & International fans!

No Man's Land encore screenings are still happening in cinemas across the world

in venues in Europe, US, China, Japan, Malaysia and more!

Click on the NT Live website link below and check if there is an encore screening at a cinema near you

No Man's Land Encore Screenings



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No Man's Land is still having NT Live encore screenings across the world!

If you have been lucky enough to see one, come and tell us what you think in our discussion topic and poll here!



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here Me…. biggrinbiggrin

I have seen it the last week. However, I still need a little to write a few words. drinking



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Sana wrote:

here Me…. biggrinbiggrin

I have seen it the last week. However, I still need a little to write a few words. drinking


 So happy you have seen No Man's Land now Sana, and look forward to reading your thoughts! (Loved your twitter comment!)



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domino wrote:

 


  (Loved your twitter comment!)


Thanks... biggrinbiggrin

That had to be said. It was amazing, brilliant and powerful cool



-- Edited by Sana on Tuesday 20th of June 2017 12:10:28 PM

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