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Nicholas Hytner’s modern-dress production gets up close and personal. 

Although the G Plan furniture suggests it is set in the 1970s, it could just as easily be today – or tomorrow.

The shadow of unstable republics hovers over this visceral, rip-snorting production aimed squarely at the next generation of theatre-goers. 

Think Shakespeare is boring? Think again. This is genuinely exciting.

Available to rent at £7.99 for three days.

Online tickets: ntathome.com