Set at The Barbican
People of Hong Kong!
I implore you to check the schedules of our movie theatres and look out for the National Theatre, London, productions which are now being screened regularly.
There's a bar
They really are very like an actual theatre experience and a most enjoyable evening out. There is usually a 20 minute interval, just like an actual performance, where everyone can make use of the bar, have a leg stretch and a toilet break.
The most recent one I attended was last weekend at The One, 100 Nathan Road, when I saw the marvellous Benedict Cumberbatch as Hamlet. It was spectacular. He was spectacular. The staging was spectacular. I was particularly taken with the costumes which were, for the most part, 1940s style apart from Hamlet, Horacio and Ophelia who wore modern casual clothes, hoodies and jeans. After the 'play with-in the play' scene Cumberbatch wore a long military tail coat with the words 'KING' crudely painted across his back which was quite amusing and under the coat a Ziggy Stardust t-shirt. I doubt it had any significance to the recent and shocking death of David Bowie as it would have been recorded months ago in London, but it did make me think - why Ziggy?