The National Theatre uses modern technological features such as cookies and pixels to record and monitor your behaviors and spending habits in order to ensure we relay the most relevant advertisements to you in a way that is most convenient.
What are cookies?
Cookies are a record keeping device that is stored on your device that keeps track of your actions when online. There are two separate types of cookies, a session cookie, which will expire when you close your browser and a persistent cookie which will be on your computer for an extended period of time. Cookies allow us to make it easier to navigate our page and get to the things you are really interested in. We will never use these cookies to collect information that will identify you personally.
How do I remove cookies?
Your browser will have specific directions on how to remove cookies in the “help” tab should you wish to do so. Some browsers may even allow you to decline our cookies but doing so may interfere with the use of our website.