Royal Court

Casting announced for John Tiffany's production of Road at the Royal Court
Jim Cartwright's debut play is set in Lancashire during Margaret Thatcher's government
Hattie Morahan: 'I used to giggle hysterically whenever I was onstage'
Ahead of her opening of Alice Birch's new play at the Royal Court, Hattie Morahan talks bad auditions, working with Katie Mitchell and what she'd change about the theatre industry
Timberlake Wertenbaker: 'The statistics on women in theatre depress me'
As her new play opens in Bolton, we talked to the great playwright Timberlake Wertenbaker about the process of playwriting
Review: Manwatching (Royal Court)
A different comedian every night reads the script written by an anonymous woman in this show at the Royal Court
Exclusive: Rachel O'Riordan and Gary Owen to work on new The Cherry Orchard
After their collaborations on Killology and Iphigenia In Splott the director and writer will team up again
Exclusive: First look at West End production of Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour
Vicky Featherstone's production opens at the Duke of York's Theatre on 15 May
If you want to see London's best theatre, join the queue for day seats
Matt Trueman on his experiences of day seats, and how they can help get you some of the West End's most sought after tickets
Phil Jupitus among 16 comedians announced for Manwatching at the Royal Court
The show will see the male comedians perform an unseen script written by a woman
Were the critics all aboard for Jez Butterworth's The Ferryman?
Jez Butterworth returns to the Royal Court following his smash hit Jerusalem
Max Stafford-Clark to direct revival of Rita, Sue and Bob Too
The director originally staged Andrea Dunbar's play at the Royal Court when it was first written