w Lyttelton Theatre, National
World after world is erected and torn down around them. The one constant is the ivy-clas house in Zagreb, build by aristocrats, owned by all, owned by a few; witness to four increasingly educated and independent generations of women.
But when the family assemble for Lucia's wedding, Alisa learns that her nouveau-riche brother in law has bought the once nationalized house. For the bride this is progress, for her sister it's a shady act of greed. For their principled parents, finally, it's one battle too many.
(10mins) Follow signs for exits to the South Bank. This should lead you to an underground pedestrian passage called ‘Sutton Walk’ that emerges at the South Bank. Turn right and walk along the river Thames until you see the National Theat</p