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Royal Court 20h
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They'll be taken from Sloane Square to Penwyllt seeing glimses of a vanished world and hearing the whispered voices, half-truths and unfinished stories from a way of life grown silent.
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Royal Court 20h
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Alongside the production of , visitors to the Royal Court will have the chance to immerse themselves in the landscape of the play through a VR experience filmed on Penwyllt in the upper Swansea Valley, close to playwright Ed Thomas’ childhood home.
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Royal Court 24h
“One minute we had customers, the next minute there was no-one.” Here's a first look of our new image for Ed Thomas' , our co-production with which opens in the autumn. Book now: Image: Johan Persson
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Charlize Theron Jul 17
If you’re in London and need theater ideas, I saw seven methods of killing kylie jenner and can’t stop thinking about it. For those who care about what young, diverse people are going through in today’s world, go see this. Bravo, Jasmine Lee-Jones
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Royal Court Jul 17
"I’m completely haunted to an almost pathological degree with the past.” Jerusalem opened at the Royal Court ten years ago this week. From Mojo to The Ferryman, hear Jez Butterworth discuss his work at the Royal Court on the Playwright's Podcast.
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Royal Court Jul 17
The writers were each paired with a London based writer to explore the city. The idea was to spark conversations about different theatre cultures, practices, and viewpoints. Here are some of the pictures from their outings
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Royal Court Jul 17
“It’s a question of gaze: who gets to profit from the patriarchal gaze; who gets to make money under the system we live under?" Tune in from 15:20 to hear Jasmine-Lee Jones discuss on Loose Ends.
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Royal Court Jul 17
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DOMINOES FOR BEGINNERS Roy Williams' short film puts special focus on the activity of Dominoes in the Caribbean community. A simple game with significant consequences. Written by Roy Williams Performed by Jo Martin Directed by Gino Ricardo Green
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Royal Court Jul 17
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CONVERSATIONS WITH GRANDAD Actor and Writer Jamael Westman shares an intimate account of his Grandad's journey from Jamaica to the 'Mother Country'. Written and performed by Jamael Westman and Barry Hermitt Directed by Daniel M. Bailey
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Royal Court Jul 17
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THE COLLECTOR Winsome Pinnock's exploration of nostalgia and sentiment is brilliantly woven in this delicate film that references a number of iconic memorabilia. Written by Winsome Pinnock Performed by Sarah Niles Directed by Gino Ricardo Green
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Royal Court Jul 17
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PAVED WITH GOLD Shereen Jasmin Phillips' depiction of the vital role of music in creating a 'home away from home' within the Black British community. Written by Shereen Jasmin Phillips Performed by Angela Wynter Directed by Daniel M. Bailey
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Royal Court Jul 17
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Hello Dee - we've just checked on our side and the booking hasn't gone through. Let us know how you get on or get in touch with our Box Office team if you need any help with the booking
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Royal Court Jul 17
There are only 3 more days to apply for the Lynne Gagliano Writer’s Award. Open to writers of all levels of experience aged 18-25, this award will support the development of a new piece of work with the Royal Court. Find out how to apply below
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Royal Court Jul 16
Although tomorrow's captioned performance of is nearly sold out, there are three more captioned performances in the run. Find out more about our captioned and assisted performances
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Royal Court Jul 16
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A PLACE FOR YOU AND ME “Lynette Linton's hard hitting short film, with an effortless performance from award winning actor Malachi Kirby. 1 family's Windrush story, over 3 generations.” Written & directed by Lynette Linton Performed by Malachi Kirby
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Royal Court Jul 16
"It’s about problem-solving, being flexible, getting on with people. And being a good diplomat,” Our company manager Joni Carter talked to about the great work she does in supporting the cast and crew here at the Royal Court.
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Royal Court Jul 15
"What’s so special about the Court, is they always treated me as an adult writer or an established writer – sensitive to what I need." Read Jasmine Lee-Jones' interview with about her debut play .
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Royal Court Jul 15
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CARMEN “Natasha Gordon's powerful short film addresses the impact of the Windrush scandal & highlights the contribution of the Windrush Generation to Britain.” Written by Natasha Gordon Performed by Sharon Duncan-Brewster Directed by Lynette Linton
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Royal Court Jul 15
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CECIL “Rikki Beadle Blair's passion-filled short film, CECIL, gives a detailed and loving account of life for young Caribbean settlers in Britain.” Written and directed by Rikki Beadle Blair Performed by Gary Beadle
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Royal Court Jul 15
ICYMI: On 22 June , we shared film series Passages - seven films marking the impact of Caribbean and West Indian settlers in Britain. Curated by , produced by in association with the Royal Court Theatre and Christopher Haydon.
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