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.
HRH Prince Charles chairs the Royal Shakesoeare 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.
We are thrilled to have won the Walpole award for British Cultural Excellence.
Tickets now on sale for the US transfer of our productions of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies (Wolf Hall Parts One and Two)
Michael Thrussell has seen 400 Shakespeare productions.
Take part in a major survey to discover what arts and culture means to people in the West Midlands.
Harriet Walter will play Linda Loman in our new production of Death of a Salesman.
Join our first ever treasure hunt this Friday - starting on Twitter and continuing in the theatres.
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.
The RSC's adaptation of Hilary Mantel's novels transfer to Broadway.
The RSC in partnership with Tonic Theatre and 10 other in a committment to changing programming and work practices to address gender inequality in theatre.
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.
We're celebrating the sounds of our shows this week, with Music Week.
We are commemorating the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War with 'Lights Out' today (Monday).
We will be at Marylebone Station tomorrow (Friday 1 August) with Shakespeare's England, promoting tourism in South Warwickshire and surrounding areas.
A brand new month of free RSC family activity.
This week (Mon 7 July – Fri 11 July) we will be celebrating all things stage combat. Get stage fighting tips and look back at some of the best RSC stage fights.
We are delighted to have been awarded £3m capital funding to reinstate our studio theatre, The Other Place, but at the same time we face a 6.7% revenue cut.
We are joining tourist sites in Coventry and Warwickshire to tweet quirky facts about what people can do in the area.
Tickets go on sale today for another four weeks of performances of Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies at the Aldwych theatre in London.
Stella Creasy MP, Caroline Criado-Perez, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and others join the RSC in a series of debates and talks.
Alice Birch has been named the co-winner of this year’s prestigious George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright.
HRH The Prince of Wales, the RSC’s President, visited the Royal Shakespeare Theatre on Monday 2 June.
Today we announce a new collaboration between the RSC and English Touring Theatre.
In 2015 we will be collaborating with Garsington Opera, on what will be a rare opportunity to see a concert performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
If you want to listen to some of the music and speeches from our current productions of Henry IV parts I and II, you can now buy them from our shop.
Today in 1386 Henry IV King of England was born.
Inroducing new Exhibitions at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Richard II available to buy on DVD and Bluray from May this year
The set is going into the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and technical rehearsals have begun as we prepare for the opening of two forthcoming productions.
Come and take a peek inside the rehearsal rooms for Henry IV Parts I and II with our new Rehearsal Cam feature
Matilda the Musical will begin shows in Australia later this year.
See exclusive pictures from the filming of our new cinema trailer for Henry IV Parts I and II.
You are invited to take part in the world’s biggest Shakespeare lesson when we stream Henry IV Parts I and II direct into classrooms.
You are invited to join us on Saturday 8 March to share the stories, memories and artefacts that link your family to the First World War.
Gregory Doran says Henry IV Parts I & II are 'arguably two of Shakespeare's greatest plays' - and they will be touring nationally in September and October 2014.
In 1966 Jim Hooper came to Stratford to see Henry IV. This year he's in the company performing it.
Find out about RSC Open Stages - and use our new map to find a performance that's happening near you.
Find out what critics think of the RSC productions of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies - adapted for the stage by Mike Poulton from Hilary Mantel's novels.
Archived updates, news and features from 2011, 2012 and 2013.