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Erin Lee – National Theatre

03/09/2020

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Founded in 1976 by English Actor and Director Laurence Olivier, The Royal National Theatre is one of three historically prominent performing arts venues in the UK. Located in the heart of London and with an abundance of history, the The National Theatre Archives department holds a diverse collection which includes production posters, scripts and original photography of historical plays as well as numerous live recordings.

In this interview, Head of Archives, Erin Lee, talks about her own journey from the role of archive assistant to the organisation's head of archives and shares insights into the role that the National Theatre plays in different parts of our society.

The National Theatre have made a variety of services such as online catalogues and online tours available to the public and Erin talks to us about the impact these collections have made as well as telling us about exciting upcoming projects including a podcasts series, launching in September which aims to shed light on innovative, original black theatre.

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Erin Lee – National Theatre

Founded in 1976 by English Actor and Director Laurence Olivier, The Royal National Theatre is one of three historically prominent performing arts venues in the UK. Located in the heart of London and with an abundance of history, the The National Theatre Archives department holds a diverse collection which includes production posters, scripts and original photography of historical plays as well as numerous live recordings.

In this interview, Head of Archives, Erin Lee, talks about her own journey from the role of archive assistant to the organisation's head of archives and shares insights into the role that the National Theatre plays in different parts of our society.

The National Theatre have made a variety of services such as online catalogues and online tours available to the public and Erin talks to us about the impact these collections have made as well as telling us about exciting upcoming projects including a podcasts series, launching in September which aims to shed light on innovative, original black theatre.


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