Free Streaming: Access for All
Posted on 13 January 2015.
Posted in: Announcements
Hampstead Theatre’s Artistic Director Edward Hall says:
‘This is the fourth show we have Free Streamed and is central to our belief that Hampstead Theatre productions should be accessible to people all over the UK and the rest of the world. Hampstead’s previous Free Streams have attracted over 50,000 views in 86 countries demonstrating that with the right sponsorship and media partnerships, it is possible to bring the best of British theatre to a truly global audience. Nina Raine’s play is an accomplished glimpse into the realities of working in the modern NHS. Meticulously researched and brilliantly delivered – I hope wherever you are, you enjoy it’
Hampstead Theatre believes in Access for All – with as many people as possible having the opportunity to enjoy free quality theatre wherever they are. The Free Streaming and free to view on demand access to Tiger Country follows Beth Steel’s Wonderland in July 2014 and Howard Brenton’s Drawing The Line in January 2014. In April 2013, Hampstead Theatre was the first theatre to live-stream internationally for free with #aiww: The Arrest Of Ai Weiwei.
Hampstead Theatre believes in Access for All. Help us keep our live-streaming performances free for audiences to enjoy worldwide by donating now. Thank you.
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Watch the Tiger Country trailer: