“Ladies, Gentlemen, and then all the legends that have realised gender is a trap – introducing the Sound of The Underground.
“Congratulations! Your pain is commercially viable.
The stage has seen plenty of made-up Jews.
A slippery new thriller in which nothing is as it seems and nobody is who they are.
The Song Project returns in 2022 with nine performances in the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court, followed by performances at Internationaal Theater Amsterdam (ITA) lat…
Brecht would have felt at home watching two Palestinians go dogging at the Royal Court Theatre, Jerwood Studio.
“im just very very horny.
Aleshea Harris’ award-winning play collides the ancient, the modern, the tragic, the Spaghetti Western, hip-hop and Afropunk.
Viv (Katherine Parkinson) has lost her shoe on her London commute.
Following its critically acclaimed premiere in 2018, this coming of age story inspired by Dizzee Rascal’s seminal album, returns for a limited run before going on tour.
One party gone wrong and a constellation of friends, family, and sacrosanct values falls apart.
In Midnight Movie, Eve Leigh presents a universe of bedrooms where disabled people are unable to sleep due to the pain of having a body which is, right now, ‘glitching’.
“One minute we had customers, the next minute there was no-one.
“I can see her just.
“No talent at all when it comes to cooking – as you will discover – but when it comes to pissing off my children – immense talent – Olympian talent.
After its original sold-out run at the Royal Court and transfers to The Public Theatre, New York, Dublin’s Abbey Theatre and The MAC Belfast; David Ireland’s black come…
“It will be the biggest send off any teacher has ever had.
Marchin’ days is over man. Patience is running out, times have changed. And progress isn’t enough. Black British. African American. Here. There. Now.
Statistics show that last year the most common reason cited in UK divorce papers was "irreconcilable bathroom habits”.
If The Royal Court’s reputation for producing work that’s a little ahem, “arty” has put you off making a visit recently for fear of Death by Pretension, then the enjoyable …
There are a number of uses for the word ‘epic’ and this production of Suzan-Lori Parks’ highly stylised play clearly sets out to be defined by them all.
Whilst always a welcome promoter of new writing and new experiments in theatre, more recently The Royal Court’s choice of programme has been called divisive at best and pretentio…
If someone was to lose their grip on the concept of time as being linear, then the accepted psychological structure of how things happen, when, where and with whom, may break dow…
Caryl Churchill rarely does interviews and never discusses the meanings behind her plays (even her stage directions are scant) - so I would be building myself up for a fall if I …
“I’m an award-winning business woman.