Celebrate the festive season with Hex, a new musical based on the story of Sleeping Beauty, playing on the National Theatre’s biggest stage this Christmas.
A vividly original retelling of Sleeping Beauty, Hex is a mythic, big-hearted musical that goes beyond the waking kiss. When the fairy is summoned to the palace to help the princess sleep, her spell becomes a curse, and she is plunged into a hundred-year quest to make everything right.
Recommended for ages 8+, Hex will run from 26 November until 14 January.
Assisted performances are available throughout the festive season, including:
- Captioned performance: Monday 19 December at 7.15pm
- Sensory Adapted performance: Thursday 22 December at 7.15pm
- BSL performance: Thursday 29 December at 7.15pm
- Audio-described performance: Saturday 7 January at 2pm, with a Touch Tour at 12.30pm
Smart caption glasses will be available for performances of Hex from Thursday 8 December.
Tickets are on sale now and available to book via the NT website. 500 £20 tickets available for every performance, for adults and children alike.
To book specific Access allocations online including wheelchair spaces, the best seats for captioned performances and tickets at the Access adjusted rate, audiences can subscribe to the National Theatre Access List. For more information, please visit here.