Below our press releases from 2011, which included our 50th Birthdays season, a visit from the Queen and much more.
RSC and Little Angel Theatre co-present The Tempest press release
Heritage Lottery Fund support for Swan Gallery press release
RSC 50th Birthday Season casting release
RSC and the Royal College of Art collaborate on an exhibition of prints to celebrate the RSC's 50th birthday.
Three new plays as part of the Season of World Premieres at Hampstead Theatre
Press release about the RSC's 5 year partnership with the Roundhouse in London
Rooftop Restaurant launches celebratory menu and cocktails for April
Press release: RSC to stage 'Shakespeare's lost play' Cardenio, 14 April – 6 October 2011, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon
RSC Open Stages - the UK's biggest amateur theatre project
RSC playwright Rona Munro in conversation with NASA astronaut Piers Sellers and Professor of Space Science John Zarnecki
The Word for All Time: Is the King James Bible really so special? Panel discussion led by David Edgar on Ash Wednesday
Press release: A History of the RSC in 50 Objects - joint exhibition with Shakespeare's Birthplace Trust
Digital Theatre's film of RSC's As You Like It available for download
Productions, events, exhibitions and more throughout the year
Park Avenue Armory and the Royal Shakespeare Company to bring a specially created production of King Lear to NYC schoolchildren in October 2012
Celebrating the unique contribution of the thrust stage to world theatre architecture
Local amateur theatre companies are getting together for an evening of entertainment at the Swan Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon on Sunday 11 December.
Acclaimed playwright Mark Ravenhill, best known for his controversial plays such as Shopping and Fucking and Mother Clap’s Molly House, is to join the RSC
Helen Edmundson’s new play based on the extraordinary life of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, a poet, nun and major Baroque literary figure
Production visits Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Richmond and Bath.
Gregory Doran's Julius Caesar and Iqbal Khan's Much Ado About Nothing to transfer to the Noel Coward Theatre from August next year
The RSC’s Rooftop Restaurant and Bar has several special offers and bespoke recipe ideas for diners coming to Stratford-upon-Avon
Six children from the Warwickshire and Worcestershire area have been cast in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Christmas family show, The Heart of Robin Hood.
The Royal Shakespeare Company casts its trilogy of plays – The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night and The Tempest – as part of the World Shakespeare Festival.
Theatre of Protest – a series of events including a screening, a panel discussion, and a play reading - as part of the RSC’s RSC 50th birthday celebrations
Arthur Darvill, John Marquez and Geoffrey Streatfeild in Caryl Churchill's Softcops
Free tickets to see Miriam Margolyes, Bill Kenwright & Quentin Letts judge the semi-finals for Sky Arts’ Stagestruck series at the RSC's Courtyard Theatre
Annual report for 2010/11 published today, at the AGM, as Sir Christopher Bland hands over as Chairman to Nigel Hugill.
On Monday 10 October, over a million tickets will go on public sale for the World Shakespeare Festival.
Thirteen is a newly commissioned photographic installation by award-winning London based artist George Chakravarthi.
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) s running a special week of Young People’s Shakespeare (YPS) events in its Stratford-upon-Avon home from 10- 14 October.
Royal Shakespeare Company celebrates Harold Pinter's birthday and his historical links with the company as part ofthe RSC 50 season.
Press release - Matilda, A Musical to transfer to London's West End
RSC response to ACE funding decisions - a statement from Michael Boyd
Sweet Celebrations - press release on sugarcraft exhibition in the Swan Room
RSC 50th Birthday Season breaks Box Office records press release