National Theatre have been entertaining us for months with their weekly National Theatre At Home series. Past titles have included A Streetcar Named Desire and Coriolanus.
Today, they have announced the series will be coming to an end. But not before another 5 weeks of amazing titles.
Here's what you have to look forward to before the big finale:
THURSDAY 11TH JUNE - THURSDAY 18TH JUNE
Available from 7pm tonight, this play stars Mark Gatiss in the titular role and will be available until next Thursday.
THURSDAY 18TH JUNE = THURSDAY 25TH JUNE
Following a sold out run at the National Theatre, the filmed version of the acclaimed Small Island makes its way online for one week.
THURSDAY 25TH JUNE - THURSDAY 2ND JULY
The Bridge Theatre production of the Shakespeare play stars Gwendoline Christie and won rave reviews for its unique staging when it was playing in the West end. If you missed it or just want to relive it, this is definitely one to watch.
THURSDAY 2ND JULY - THURSDAY 9TH JULY
Written by Lorraine Hansberry, this archive recording of Les Blancs has never been seen before and tells the story of racial tensions as a family and a nation fall apart.
THURSDAY 9TH JULY - THURSDAY 16TH JULY
Starring Helen McCrory and Tom Burke, The Deep Blue Sea was written by Terrence Rattigan and is set in 1952, telling the story of an affair.
THURSDAY 16TH JULY - THURSDAY 23RD JULY
Peter Shaffer's iconic play with accompaniment from Southbak Sinfonia will be the final title in the National Theatre At Home series.
All titles will be available to stream from https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/nt-at-home
While National Theatre have announced these are the final titles in this series, they have hinted they will be releasing further titles in the future. With massive titles like Follies and War Horse still to be shown, the likelihood is these will be the last free titles and future titles may be released in a new pay-per-view scheme.
National Theatre have really delivered with these titles during these tough months. There are 6 more titles to enjoy, and I for one will be embracing each one.