From 12 September, audiences worldwide can stream the critically acclaimed production of VANYA starring Andrew Scott (All of us Strangers, Fleabag) on National Theatre at Home, the pioneering theatre streaming platform by the National Theatre. The production won the Olivier award for Best Revival, with Scott winning the Critics’ Circle Award for his performance.

Scott brings to life multiple characters in this ‘deeply emotional’ (***** Time Out) and radical new version of Chekhov’s masterpiece Uncle Vanya, adapted by Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time) and directed by Sam Yates.

Following a sold-out 5-week run in the West End, Scott's ‘brilliantly subtle, witty and precise’ (***** Financial Times) has since been screened through National Theatre Live over 5,000 times in cinemas worldwide. The ‘astonishing’ (***** WhatsOnStage) production was filmed during its sold-out critically acclaimed run in London’s West End, presented by Wessex Grove, Gavin Kalin Productions and Kater Gordon.

From September, audiences can watch the ‘mesmerising’ (**** Telegraph) play from the comfort of home on National Theatre at Home, available at The platform launched in 2020 after the National Theatre hosted weekly free streams of archive productions during the summer lockdown when theatres around the world were closed, garnering over 15 million views in 173 countries. Audiences can exclusively access over 80 productions with new titles added every month with a monthly subscription for £9.99 or an annual subscription for £99.99.

All titles on National Theatre at Home are available with captions, and over 85% of titles are available with Audio Description.