Keep up-to-date with news and features, from video interviews with directors and actors to behind-the-scenes explorations of how our shows come together.
Our new play Oppenheimer will open in the West End in March.
We announce the full cast for two productions, which include celebrated Palestinian-Israeli actor Makram J Khoury playing Shylock.
Results of the West Midlands 24 Hour Culture Survey show the arts are integral to people's lives.
It is with great regret that we have heard about the death of Alan Howard, long-time RSC actor.
Campaign calls for First World War artist Captain Bruce Bairnsfather to be officially recognised for his contribution to the war effort.
David Tennant receives the award for Best Actor in a Play for Richard II at the WhatsOnStage Awards.
Highlights include Henry V on stage and in cinemas and two new plays in the Swan Theatre.
Join RSC composers Ralph Vaughan Williams and Laura Marling by composing a song for Shakespeare’s birthday.
We are opening a new festival theatre, including research, development and rehearsal spaces.
A new portrait of our Advisory Director Cicely Berry goes on display.
The cast and creative from Love’s Labour’s Lost and Love’s Labour’s Won have planted a celebratory tree at Charlecote Park.
A portrait of Shakespeare made from hundreds of postcards is on show in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre building.
Look up at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre after dark and you five sculpted carvings, lit up for the first time.
The RSC Nursery has been rated ‘Outstanding’ in its recent Ofsted report.
Two RSC teams are finalists in the Pride of Stratford awards.
We can now announce a date for the cinema screening for Iqbal Khan’s much anticipated production of Shakespeare’s Othello for 2015
If you love our work and want to support it, why not leave a legacy in your will?
HRH Prince Charles spends his birthday at the Royal Shakespeare Company AGM.
We publish our Annual Review - highlights include live cinema broadcasts and the start of a journey to produce all Shakespeare plays in the next 6 years.
Lady Susie Sainsbury has been awarded the Prince of Wales Medal for Arts Philanthropy.
A violin that has been made to commemorate 100 years since the start of the First World War is to make its RSC debut.
Michael Thrussell has seen 400 Shakespeare productions.
Harriet Walter will play Linda Loman in our new production of Death of a Salesman.
Our multi-award winning Matilda The Musical is going to Australia.
School children from Stratford-upon-Avon are performing on the Swan Theatre stage, as part of our Stratford Schools Performance Festival 2014.
We’re bringing Shakespeare’s work to China, supported by the UK Government, as part of plans to boost business and cultural links between Britain and China.
Summer 2015 plays, including our 'Venice' season, and Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller.
Today in 1386 Henry IV King of England was born.
Archived updates, news and features from 2011, 2012 and 2013.