These are the latest press releases regarding our current and forthcoming productions.
For further details or queries about any of the press releases below, please contact the named individual on the release or contact the Press Office.
Weekend performances at the RSC's outdoor theatre by the River Avon
The RSC's education department announces the 8 shortlisted schools from the national Matilda writing challenge
Shakespeare's gory play Titus Andronicus inspires food and drink at the RSC's Rooftop Restaurant
Royal Shakespeare Company's nationwide amateur project continues
Try on an original RSC costume and discover how they are created
One of the UK's few nurseries run by a theatre company celebrates its 50th birthday
RSC forms new creative partnership with Google
Matilda the Musical opens to rave reviews on Broadway with more tickets released for the West End
A rare opportunity to see RSC costumes on display
RSC celebrates Shakespeare's birthday with launch of new costume exhibition
Workshops and Easter fun for all the family
Casting update for A Mad World My Masters
Casting update for Titus Andronicus
An evening of music and song at the RSC.
Stephen Eames becomes new RSC Finance Director.
RSC’S £5 tickets seed a life-long engagement in live theatre.
Find out more about weddings and civil partnerships at the RSC's Wedding Open Day, Sunday 24 March, 10am - 5pm
The RSC is offering amateur and semi-professional theatre groups the chance to put on a play in its outdoor theatre space, The Dell.
Valentine's menu, Stargazer supper and Mother's Day offer
Family workshops and events about making theatre
Artistic Director, Gregory Doran, and Executive Director, Catherine Mallyon, make their first announcement as leaders of the RSC
The Icebook, Love Letters Straight From Your Heart, Cloud Man and a Theatre Jukebox.
Casting details for the world premiere of Tanika Gupta’s new play
To Be Today, created by artist, Brendan Dawes
Maria Aberg reunites Pippa Nixon and Alex Waldmann
Casting update for the rarely seen All's Well That Ends Well
Charlotte Cornwell and Greg Hicks join cast for David Farr's Hamlet
Ian McDiarmid returns to the RSC after an absence of 27 years to play the title role in Brecht’s A Life of Galileo.
We provide Audio Described and Captioned performances, Touch Tours and a Relaxed Performance.
Performance of 'Mouse And His Child' for children with autism and sensory/communication needs
A stunning portrayal of a revolutionary poet of the people...
Tara Fitzgerald makes RSC debut in new production
A cheese and wine tasting evening with a difference...
Tarell Alvin McCraney's new edit of Shakespeare's epic play premieres at Stratford-upon-Avon in 2013 before engagements in Miami and New York.
Festival hailed great success as final production opens
New collaboration will support and extend our active teaching approaches in the UK and the US and enable us to bring Julius Caesar to New York and Columbus.
Filmed version of Julius Caesar avaiable on DVD from 28 November 2012.
The Winter's Tale will tour to Milton Keynes, York, Nottingham, Edinburgh, Hull and Stoke in March and April 2013.
Photography exhibition complements new work on stage
Mercury award nominees to perform at The Courtyard Theatre
Family friendly activities on offer during the half term holidays
RSC invites people to have their say about the future of theatre
Casting update for Michael Boyd's production of Boris Godunov in the Royal Shakespeare Company's Swan Theatre this Autumn.
Casting news for A Life of Galileo
Artists Bompas & Barr create an aroma maze with mirrors for the RSC
Amateur Actors from across the Midlands perform Pericles as part of the World Shakespeare Festival in the Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon.
On UK tour from 11 Sep - 1 Dec 2012 playing in schools and theatres in Southampton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Truro, Hull, York, Birmingham & Stratford-upon-Avon
Daniel Ryan and Bettrys Jones take on the title roles of The Mouse and his Child.
Alexandra Gilbreath and Sylvestra Le Touzel take on the roles of the formidable ‘Wives’.
Things to see and do at the RSC during the festive season
Central Saint Martins students reinterpret Shakespeare
Leading U.S. performance poet creates new hip hop verion of Caliban's The Tempest speech for myShakespeare.
The Northern Stage's Erica Whyman joins the RSC to lead the revitalisation of the RSC's experimental studio space, The Other Place.
A brand new interactive installation and story-trail at the RSC
Celebrating the 10 year tenure of the RSC's outgoing Artistic and Executive Directors
Summer 2013 at the Royal Shakespeare Company
Live music sessions at the Rooftop Restaurant during summer 2012
An evening of new theatre ideas performed in public for the very first time
WSF Update - A Midsummer's Night Dream (As You Like It)
Still best known for her iconic role as Angie in BBC TV's EastEnders, Anita is to make her RSC debut as Mistress Quickly.
We are presenting an exciting programme of exhibitions in Stratford-upon-Avon during spring and summer 2012 as part of the World Shakespeare Festival