The Royal Court Theatre is Britain's leading national company dedicated to new work by innovative writers from the UK and around the world. The theatre's pivotal role in promoting new voices is undisputed – the New York Times described it as "the most important theatre in Europe".
The Royal Court receives and considers an extraordinary quantity of new work and, each year, presents an ambitious programme in its two venues at Sloane Square in London. In recent years, the Royal Court has also staged productions in New York, Sydney, Brussels, Toronto and Dublin.
In addition to its high profile productions, the Royal Court facilitates international work at a grass roots level, developing exchanges which bring young writers to Britain and sending British writers, actors and directors to work with artists around the world. The Royal Court Young Writers Programme also works to develop new voices with a biennial Festival and year-round development work for writers under 26.
The Royal Court’s success has inspired confidence in theatres across the world and, whereas new plays were once viewed as a risk, they are now at the heart of a revival of interest among artists and audiences alike.
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The Royal Court Theatre & Jerwood Theatre
Sloane SquareChelseaLondonSW1W 8AS
- +44 20 7565 5000
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- This venue is outside the congestion charge zone. Please call 020 7565 5000/5100 for information regarding disabled access and facilities. This venue offres an infra-red and loop assisted hearing system and has two adapted toilets. This venue is air conditioned has 3 bars and has a restaurant at Stalls level that offers lunch and dinner.
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