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50-51 Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8AS

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50-51 Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8AS

Upcoming Highlights

  • B

    Opens Sep 28

  • Victory Condition

    Opens Oct 05

  • Minefield

    Opens Nov 02

  • Grimly Handsome

    Opens Dec 06

  • Rita, Sue and Bob Too

    Opens Jan 09, 2018


September 28-October 21, 2017

Today's society is charged with anger; the use of social media, online petitions, and marches of protest are depended on in order to bring change, but is that enough? Chilean playwright Guillermo Calderon's play B comes to the Royal Court in an English version translated by William Gregory.

Victory Condition

October 5-21, 2017

The outstanding Chris Thorpe returns to the Royal Court with his new play; Victory Condition. Directed by Royal Court Artistic director, Vicky Featherstone. A production that delves deep into humanity and makes us question our everyday actions.


November 2-11, 2017

Six Veterans of the Falkland War who once faced each other on the battlefield now face each other on stage in this piece of documentary theatre Minefield. Following its hugely successful 2016 run at the Royal Court Theatre, which was a huge sell-out, Minefield toured internationally and is now returning to The Royal Court Theatre for just ten-performances this Autumn.

Grimly Handsome

December 6-23, 2017

The Royal Court Theatre marks an exciting new 2017-18 season with a programme of groundbreaking international works. Featuring plays by women playwrights from Syria to the US, the winter season gives an insight into the human lives behind conflict and empty statistics. Don't miss Grimly Handsome, the critically acclaimed 2013 Obie Award Winner by experimental theatre director and writer Julia Jarcho.

Rita, Sue and Bob Too

January 9-27, 2018

A new UK tour of Andrea Dunbar's play Rita, Sue and Bob Too. The pieces was first staged at the Royal Court in 1982, directed by Max Stafford-Clark. Stafford-Clark has returned to this piece to direct the resurrection. The revival begins at the Octogon Theatre, Bolton before heading to theatres including Bristol Old Vic, Oxford Playhouse and Liverpool Playhouse. It's final curtain call will be at the Royal Court in January.


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0.2 mi away at 7-12 Sloane Square
Main £18 | Three course meal £33
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