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Until 11 December Set around a haunted house in 1820s Ireland, a chilling new work from the award-winning author of The Seafarer and The Weir.

18 October – 8 January Coincidences and omens collide with political reality in this dazzling contemporary epic from the writer of Earthquakes in London.

From 11 November A co-production with the Abbey Theatre, Ireland Sean O’Casey’s devastating portrait of 1920s Dublin is one of the great plays of the twentieth century.

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The Comedy of Errors

From 22 November Lenny Henry makes his National Theatre debut playing Antipholus of Syracuse in a new production of Shakespeare’s furiously-paced comedy.

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In the West End Guardian James Corden in One Man, Two Guvnors Adelphi Theatre by Richard Bean, based on The Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni, with songs by Grant Olding 8 November – 25 February

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War Horse New London Theatre based on a novel by Michael Morpurgo, adapted by Nick Stafford with Handspring Puppet Company Now booking into 2013 Suitable for 10 yrs+

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Swallows and Amazons Vaudeville Theatre A new musical play, with book by Helen Edmundson and songs by Neil Hannon, based on the book by Arthur Ransome 15 December – 14 January The National Theatre in association with the Children’s Touring Partnership presents the Bristol Old Vic production. Suitable 6 yrs+, half price tickets for under 18s

020 7452 3000 • nationaltheatre.org.uk South Bank, London SE1 9PX Waterloo, Embankment Waterloo, Charing Cross

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