29 June 2017
Celebrated as a nursery for new work since John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger in 1956, the Royal Court has sometimes struggled in recent years because other subsidised theatres offer bigger stages and budgets. But there can have been few times when the theatre has achieved a combination of premieres as powerful as its current repertoire.
The larger, downstairs auditorium has Anatomy of a Suicide by Alice Birch, a young writer whose Revolt. She Said.
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