Browse key Updates and News articles from our archive which began in 2011.
We've been awarded £2.8million by the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore the Swan Wing. Find out more.
Gregory Doran, RSC Artistic Director, pays tribute to Nelson Mandela who died yesterday.
More than 60,000 people watched Richard II in 364 cinemas across the UK last night - our first broadcast live from Stratford-upon-Avon.
Students from Small Heath school met David Tennant last week.
Meet Shakespeare the reviser, rewriter and collaborator in the first edition of the Shakespeare Apocrypha for 100 years.
Today is the Royal Shakespeare Company's AGM and we're taking the time to look back on a record year - find out more here.
Michael Pennington was made an RSC Honorary Associate Artist by Gregory Doran at last night’s Richard II opening night party in Stratford.
Our digital production of Midsummer Night’s Dreaming has won a Lovie award.
We are inviting all schools to transform their students’ experiences of Shakespeare by joining Young Shakespeare Nation.
We will work with 86 selected amateur groups to support them with mentoring and workshops to create their own RSC Open Stages production in their own venue.
A series of short films, opening up our work behind the scenes for our first live to cinema broadcast.
Help us to create a cloak to celebrate and support costume skills in our theatres.
Our Artistic Director Gregory Doran gives a tribute to Actor Paul Bhattacharjee.
New film from Arts Council England shows how public investment in the arts makes lives richer, brings communities together drives economic growth across the UK.
We were delighted to win Awards for Best Featured Actor, Best Book, Best Scenic Design and Best Lighting Design at the Tony Awards
Richard II will be our first production to play live in cinemas around the world and streamed, for free, direct into 1,000 UK schools.
Our children’s nursery – one of the very few nurseries run by a theatre company in the UK - is celebrating its 50th birthday.
Laura visited Stratford-upon-Avon on Saturday, when the Shakespeare’s birthday celebrations were in full flow across the town, to watch the show.
‘An Artistic Director Prepares’: Gregory Doran in conversation with Michael Dobson.
Our online professional development resource for teachers is going to the US, Canada, and Australia.
Our Executive Director talks about her role, why the RSC and Stratford-upon-Avon are special.
The RSC Artistic Director talks about his plans for the company during the next few years, including the 2013 Winter season and directing Richard II.
Watch the DVD trailer for the film version of Gregory Doran's Julius Caesar.
Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and artist Stephen Raw unveil a new work on Shakespeare.
Jon Boden, lead singer from the band Bellowhead, will compose the music for our touring production of The Winter’s Tale.
Our Artistic Director Michael Boyd and Executive Director Vikki Heywood hand over to the new team today.
Pupils in classrooms all over the country take part in an interactive stream of I, Cinna (the Poet)
Actors and athletes come together to celebrate the opening of the World Shakespeare Festival.
Mark Ravenhill recites his new sonnet for the launch of the World Shakespeare Festival and Shakespeare's birthday.
Interview with incoming Artistic Director Gregory Doran.
A round-up of the RSC's 50th birthday celebration events that have taken place throughout the year, in pictures
A newly crafted 70-minute King Lear is to be brought to more than one million New York schoolchildren next October.
Neil Hannon marks Halloween by performing in costume at the RSC.
The World Shakespeare Festival celebrates Shakespeare as the world’s playwright, studied by half the world’s children.
Royal Mail is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Royal Shakespeare Company with a new set of ten stamps.