Below our press releases from 2012, which included the World Shakespeare Festival, appointment of our new Artistic Director Gregory Doran, and our new Executive Director Catherine Mallyon.
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
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.
Artists Bompas & Barr create an aroma maze with mirrors for the RSC
Casting news for A Life of Galileo
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.
A brand new interactive installation and story-trail at the RSC
The Northern Stage's Erica Whyman joins the RSC to lead the revitalisation of the RSC's experimental studio space, The Other Place.
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
Saturday 21 April – The RSC welcomes the World Shakespeare Festival to Stratford-upon-Avon with events for the whole family.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has announced that the Dodgers will be its producing partner for Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical on Broadway.
The RSC has announced the artists chosen to take part in an evening of new theatre in July.
Wheelchair Spaces, assisted-listening devices and our free Access mailing list.
RSC Chairman, Nigel Hugill, announces that the RSC Board has appointed Chief Associate Director, Gregory Doran, to succeed Michael Boyd as Artistic Director.
RSC announces two new exhibtions in the RST as part of the World Shakespeare Festival.
The RSC is looking for volunteers to get involved in its forthcoming production of Julius Caesar, which is part of the 2012 World Shakespeare Festival.
The Royal Shakespeare Company Groups Brochure 2012 is now available, containing all the information needed to organise a group visit.
Offering couples the opportunity to take centre stage on their special day in the dramatic surroundings of the Company’s home in Stratford-upon-Avon
Royal Shakespeare Company’s Pan African production of Julius Caesar for the World Shakespeare Festival - casting and UK tour dates announced
Ground-breaking collaboration between RSC, CISCO, Ravensbourne and Janet brings theatre online and live straight into the classroom
The RSC casts King John, Richard III and A Soldier in Every Son – The Rise of the Aztecs, part of the World Shakespeare Festival
RSC and the University of Warwick join forces to deliver a groundbreaking online professional development platform for teachers of Shakespeare
Luke Baddeley, Head Bartender at the RSC's Rooftop Restaurant has prepared two very special cocktails
Announcing the Winter 2012/13 Season in Stratford and new three-year touring and education partnership.
I, Cinna: Konnie Huq to host film and post show Q and A with Malorie Blackman, Tim Crouch and Jude Owusu.
Jeremy Hunt announced today that the RSC has been awarded £1m from the new Catalyst Endowment Fund.
First eight amateur companies to perform in Stratford-upon-Avon as part of World Shakespeare Festival in National Showcase.
Throughout the summer, our outdoor theatre plays host to a range of lively amateur and semi-professional theatre groups.
Our co-production of Shakespeare's epic Trojan play with The Wooster Group, starts rehearsals with the six RSC members of the cast in London today.
RSC Chairman, Nigel Hugill, announces today that the RSC Board has appointed Catherine Mallyon to succeed Vikki Heywood as Executive Director of the RSC
Benjamin Zephania and other headline acts perform Live at the RSC
Activities, exhibitions and performances for children and their familes
Paul Bhattacharjee joins the cast of Much Ado About Nothing
BBC Correspondent Razia Iqbal chairs discussions on Shakepeare's creative legacy
Mark Ravenhill celebrates WSF launch with a new sonnet
Change to creative team of Troilus and Cressida.
The World Shakespeare Festival, produced by the RSC, opens up online and invites everyone to join the conversation on myShakespeare.
The Royal Shakespeare Company gets together with street theatre specialists for young people's performances out and about in Stratford-upon-Avon.
A stunning portrayal of a revolutionary poet of the people...
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