Royal Court

Royal Court runs filmed monologues celebrating Windrush generation
Kwame Kwei-Armah, Jamael Westman, Roy Williams, Natasha Gordon and more will all contribute to the series
Too often, verbatim theatre forgets to be theatre
Matt Trueman on why verbatim theatre pieces must do more than journalism or documentary
Neil Dudgeon: 'Stage acting is like riding a bike'
As the Midsomer Murders star takes to the stage for the first time in ten years, he talks about his new project and why he banks on director James Macdonald
Review: Notes from the Field (Royal Court)
Anna Deavere Smith returns to London for the first time in 25 years
Shortlist announced for James Tait Black drama prize
The drama prize is awarded annually for the best original new play written in English, Scots or Gaelic
Pity at the Royal Court casting announced
Rory Mullarkey's new play is about how far we really care if things get worse
Review: The Daughter-In-Law (Arcola Theatre)
DH Lawrence's drama set in a Nottinghamshire mining community is revived at the Arcola in east London
Cordelia Lynn's One for Sorrow Royal Court casting announced
The show runs at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs from June
David Edgar's Maydays to be revived by the RSC
Edgar's seminal play marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy