The Royal Court is an off-West End theatre based in Sloane Square, London, that is globally renowned for producing new work.
The Royal Court boasts a 389-seat 'downstairs' main auditorium and a 90-seat 'upstairs' studio space.
The Royal Court has produced some of the most prolific plays of the 21st century, including 'Jerusalem' by Jez Butterworth, 'Posh' by Laura Wade and 'seven methods of killing kylie jenner' by Jasmine Lee-Jones.
Danny Lee Wynter’s debut play following a man whose life is spinning out of control.
Ava Wong Davies’ play documents the blossoming relationship of a new couple.
Travis Alabanza’s debut play that puts London’s underground club culture in the spotlight.
Jasmine Lee-Jones' award-winning play about social media, race, and the impact of the internet.
Jasmine Naziha Jones’s debut play exploring cultural identity, generational trauma and a father-daughter…
Rabiah Hussain’s new political drama about the proliferation of islamophobia.
Jonathan Freedland's verbatim piece interrogating antisemitism in Britain.
The world premiere of a new thriller about identity theft and its devastating consequences.
Award-winning playwright Sami Ibrahim's comedy about a couple's sexual adventures in Palestine.
Alistair McDowall’s new play set in a mental asylum in 1863, where a woman gains unparalleled supernatural…
Sarah Hanly’s debut play about a woman cultivating a new life in London while holding onto a big secret.
Pablo Manzi’s English-language debut work exploring the notion of community building across the Americas.