Royal Shakespeare Company

Tom Morton-Smith: 'I don't know if I handled the success of Oppenheimer very well'
The playwright on his new play, the success of Oppenheimer and why he's writing another play about physics
Review: Snow in Midsummer (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Katie Leung stars in Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig's adaptation of an ancient Chinese tale
Matilda to embark on UK tour?
The RSC are advertising for a residential director to work on the project
Review: The Hypocrite (Hull Truck Theatre)
Hull Truck and the RSC's co-production of Richard Bean's new comedy is part of Hull's year as City of Culture
Exclusive: Caroline Quentin and Mark Addy rehearse The Hypocrite
The production opens in Hull in March before playing in Stratford
Ten great things in The Play's The Thing
By Geraldine Collinge
From David Tennant's Hamlet t-shirt to Judi Dench's Lady Macbeth dress, the RSC's director of events and exhibitions talks through ten of the best items in the company's new permanent exhibition
Exclusive first look: Simon Russell Beale rehearses The Tempest
The RSC's production opens at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in November
Harriet Walter: I worried playing Shakespeare's male roles would be a vanity exercise
By Harriet Walter
As she opens in The Tempest as part of the Donmar Warehouse's all-female Shakespeare trilogy, we share an exclusive extract of Harriet Walter's new book on playing the Bard's great male roles
Matt Trueman: Artists like Kate Tempest expand our horizons
Matt Trueman on poet and playwright Kate Tempest after her scorching appearance on BBC Two as part of Performance Live
Review: The Rover (Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon)
Loveday Ingram directs this play by England's first female professional playwright, Aphra Behn