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Free Digital Theatre productions for members of The Actors’ Guild

Digital Theatre is delighted to partner with The Actors’ Guild to offer all premium members a free high definition Digital Theatre production to watch online, download to your desktop or view with our app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Working with the UK’s leading theatre companies, Digital Theatre captures full-length productions authentically on screen in high definition from multiple camera angles.

Digital Theatre offer premium members of The Actors’ Guild the opportunity to download and keep a high definition production from the following list as part of their membership fee.

Members should log in to The Actors’ Guild Discounts page to retrieve the Digital Theatre discount code.

All My Sons on Digital Theatre

All My Sons

by Arthur Miller
Produced by Stanhope Productions

Howard Davies’ acclaimed production of Arthur Miller’s classic 20th century drama starring David Suchet and Zoë Wanamaker with Jemima Rooper and Stephen Campbell-Moore. Captured live during the productions sell-out run at the West End’s Apollo Theatre in December 2010.

All My Sons on Digital Theatre


by Abi Morgan
Produced by Frantic Assembly

Created by Abi Morgan (The Iron Lady, Shame, The Hour) and Frantic Assembly, Lovesong is a haunting and beautiful tale of past and present lives, intertwining and colliding. Captured live at the Lyric Hammersmith in February 2012 as part of a national tour.

Lovesong on Digital Theatre

A Doll’s House

by Henrik Ibsen, English version by Simon Stephens
Produced by Young Vic

An acclaimed new version of Ibsen’s masterpiece starring Hattie Morahan, winner of both the Evening Standard and Critics’ Circle Best Actress Awards for her performance as Nora. Captured live at the Young Vic in July 2012 ahead of the production’s transfer to the Duke of York’s later this year.

Over There on Digital Theatre

Over There

by Mark Ravenhill
Produced by Royal Court

Mark Ravenhill’s visceral play examines the hungers released when two countries, separated by a common language, meet again. Starring Olivier Award-winning actor Luke Treadaway and his twin brother Harry Treadaway, Over There was captured live at the Royal Court in March 2009.

Macbeth on Digital Theatre


by William Shakespeare
Produced by Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse

David Morrissey returns to Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre to play the murderous king in Gemma Bodinetz’s June 2011 production. Morrissey stars alongside Julia Ford as Lady Macbeth in this striking production for a theatre renowned for its daring ensemble shows.

As You Like It on Digital Theatre

As You Like It

by William Shakespeare
Produced by Royal Shakespeare Company

One of Shakespeare’s great comedies, Michael Boyd directs the RSC Ensemble in his acclaimed staging of As You Like It with Katy Stephens as Rosalind and Jonjo O’Neill as Orlando. Captured live at the Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon in September 2010.

Billy the Kid on Digital Theatre

Billy the Kid

by Michael Morpurgo, Adapted by Tony Graham
Produced by Unicorn Theatre

Michael Morpurgo’s (War Horse) story of a champion Chelsea footballer, set against the backdrop of the Second World War. Voted the Best Children’s Show of 2007 by Time Out, the production was captured live at the Unicorn Theatre in October 2011.

The Comedy of Errors on Digital Theatre

The Comedy of Errors

by William Shakespeare, Edited by Gary Owen
Produced by Royal Shakespeare Company

Shakespeare’s classic comedy is retold with a contemporary twist by the RSC and acclaimed theatre company Told by an Idiot. Captured live at the Clapham Community Project, London, in December 2009 this is Shakespeare distilled for family audiences.

The Container on Digital Theatre

The Container

by Clare Bayley
Produced by Young Vic

Winner of the 2007 Amnesty Freedom of Expression Award and a Fringe First, Clare Bayley’s gripping story of undocumented migrants was famously performed inside a shipping container outside the Young Vic with each performance seating just 28 people. Captured live in July 2009.

Far from the Madding Crowd on Digital Theatre

Far from the Madding Crowd

by Thomas Hardy, Adapted by Mark Healy
Produced by English Touring Theatre

Thomas Hardy’s much-loved classic is brought dramatically to life by English Touring Theatre. Adapted by Mark Healy and staged by Kate Saxon, the production stars Rebecca O’Mara as Bathsheba Everdene, pursued by three suitors. Captured live at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford in November 2008.

Kafka's Monkey on Digital Theatre

Kafka’s Monkey

Based on A Report to an Academy by Franz Kafka, Adapted by Colin Teevan.
Produced by Young Vic

Imprisoned in a cage and desperate to escape, the ape-man reveals his rise through the ranks of the beasts to become a walking, talking, spitting, smoking, hard-drinking man of the stage. Kathryn Hunter’s astounding solo performance as Red Peter, The Ape was captured live at the Young Vic in April 2009.

Parlour Song on Digital Theatre

Parlour Song

by Jez Butterworth
Produced by Almeida Theatre

Amanda Drew, Toby Jones and Andrew Lincoln star in Jez Butterworth’s (Jerusalem) Olivier-nominated comedy. Directed by Ian Rickson, this black and hilarious exploration of deceit, paranoia and murderous desire in leafy suburbia was captured live at the Almeida in May 2009.

Members should log in to The Actors’ Guild Directory to retrieve the Digital Theatre discount code.

To redeem your free production, select your chosen show on the Digital Theatre website and add the HD Download to your basket. Enter the special Actors’ Guild promotional code at checkout to redeem the offer. This is limited to one free production per person. The promotional code is for use by Actors’ Guild members only.

To access your free production you will need to create an account on the Digital Theatre website. Free productions have to be redeemed through the Digital Theatre website before they can be watched on other platforms such as iOS.

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