Zinnie Harris: There's momentum behind Scottish theatre at the moment
As she faces a three-show August, the playwright and director Zinnie Harris explains what sparked Meet Me at Dawn and why writers should be careful in rehearsal rooms
Michelle Fairley and Iain Glen celebrate opening night of Road
John Tiffany directs the revival of Jim Cartwright's seminal play
5 minutes with Michelle Fairley: "Being on stage scares the sh*t out of me"
By Alex Wood
The actor talks to us about working on Jim Cartwright's seminal work about an unnamed Northern town, and its return to the Royal Court
Casting announced for Rita, Sue and Bob Too at the Royal Court
Max Stafford-Clark returns to direct Andrea Dunbar's play 35 years after the original production
Laura Donnelly: "The baby cries and the goose poos, but that's what makes The Ferryman magical"
We talk to the Northern Irish actress about her personal connections to The Ferryman, showing Paddy Considine the theatrical ropes and working with real life babies
Review: Bodies (Royal Court)
By Emily Jupp
Bruntwood prize-winner Vivienne Franzmann updates the 'barren woman' trope for the 21st century with this new work exploring the hidden costs of surrogacy