Royal Court

Penelope Skinner: 'Both Meek and Angry Alan were prompted by the shifting political landscape'
Playwright Penelope Skinner on her two new plays, which are both on at the Edinburgh Festival this year
Simon Longman: 'I thought Jerusalem would prompt more rural plays than it did'
The Gundog playwright talks about heading to Edinburgh Festival with his new play Island Town, rural plays and working with prisoners at the Royal Court
Natalie Abrahami: Theatre must focus on climate change
The director's production of Charlotte Jones' The Meeting is currently running at Chichester Festival Theatre
Did critics Pity Rory Mullarkey's new play?
Pity opened at the Royal Court last night
Review: Pity (Royal Court)
Rory Mullarkey's catastrophic cartoon of a play opens at the Royal Court
Rory Mullarkey: 'Pity is a showcase for every aspect of theatre'
We chat to the playwright and cast of Pity, currently running at the Royal Court
Pity at the Royal Court: first look at Rory Mullarkey's new play
The production is set in a town square, and features an ice cream stall as well as a tank