Collateral Damage Continues at London’s National

News   Collateral Damage Continues at London’s National The National Theatre’s topical season of season of readings, poetry and songs continues.

The National Theatre’s Collateral Damage season, a response — in the form of readings, poems and songs — by many of the country’s leading actors, writers and other creative figures to the current international situation, continues on April 4.

The event, which is free, takes place in the Lyttleton Circle foyer at 5:14 PM, and lasts for about 45 minutes. Among the contributors this weekend are Kevin Day, Bill Drummond, Facing West: Roland Chadwick and Ehsan Emam, Maria Friedman, Hanif Kureishi, Patrick Marber, Jeremy Sams and Will Self.