Royal Court відкриті
[search 0]
більше

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: It’s one of the anomalies of the United Kingdom’s position as an island nation that not only does it seem to me to assume that every other country…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Series 5 of the Royal Court Playwright’s Podcast was released in partnership with Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt. The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. This conversation has been transcribed and can be accessed here:…
 
Living Newspaper Clippings, is a series of conversations between some of the writers and artists who are creating Living Newspaper at the Royal Court Theatre. Writers and musicians Jammz (Poet in da Corner) and Nazareth Hassan (VANTABLACK) discuss their work for Living Newspaper Editions 1 and 2, how they approached creating their pieces for Living…
 
Living Newspaper Clippings, is a series of conversations between some of the writers and artists who are creating Living Newspaper at the Royal Court Theatre. Writers Ruby Thomas (Either) and Chris Thorpe (Victory Condition) wrote for The Weather Room of the Living Newspaper, in Edition 2 and Edition 1 respectively. In the Living Newspaper, The Wea…
 
“One of the things that I was thinking about is that, conspiracies just tend to take on the kind of anxieties of the age that they’re conceived in.” Living Newspaper Clippings, is a series of conversations between some of the writers and artists who are creating Living Newspaper at the Royal Court Theatre. In this episode, writers Katherine Soper a…
 
Living Newspaper Clippings, is a series of conversations between some of the writers and artists who are creating Living Newspaper at the Royal Court Theatre. In this episode, writers Emteaz Hussain and Jasmine Lee-Jones talk about the role of writing for self-reflection and transformation and how they responded to, and wrote for, the Obituaries se…
 
Living Newspaper Clippings, is a series of conversations between some of the writers and artists who are creating Living Newspaper at the Royal Court Theatre. Writers Anchuli Felicia King and Tife Kusoro discuss creating Aunties for Royal Court Living Newspaper Edition 2. Felicia’s ‘Protest Aunties’ and Tife’s ‘WhatsApp Aunty’ took over spaces of t…
 
Director Milli Bhatia and writer Temi Wilkey discuss creating the Horoscopes section in Edition 1 of the Royal Court Living Newspaper, and using astrology as a site for connection, intimacy and comfort . Read excerpts from the horoscopes written by Temi and find out more about Living Newspaper here. The Horoscopes section of the Living Newspaper is…
 
Actor Lisa Hammond and writer Tom Wells discuss making ‘Ghosting’, the dating column in Edition 2 of the Royal Court Living Newspaper. Watch excerpts from scenes discussed by Lisa and Tom and find out more about Living Newspaper here. Royal Court-ing is the dating section of the Living Newspaper and is a space to congregate and witness as a new lov…
 
Writer Mark Ravenhill and designer Shankho Chaudhuri discuss working on the cartoon in Edition 2 of the Royal Court Living Newspaper. Watch excerpts from scenes discussed by Mark and Shankho – Living Newspaper Edition 2 here. For each edition of Royal Court Living Newspaper, a writer is invited to create a cartoon, and use the building space for sa…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: I first met the playwright, poet, performer, presenter, screenwriter, anthologist and librettist Sabrina Mahfouz in the Houses of Parliament. In 2…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: One of the challenges of hosting these podcasts is perfecting the art of concision and distillation. There are writers I have had the honour of in…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: David Ireland is a man whose family names makes writing short essays about his paradoxical national identity, biography and work tremendously comp…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: I sometimes think that our theatrical landscapes are defined as much by the shows we missed and deeply regret missing as they are by the shows tha…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: I first came across the writing of Christopher Hampton by accident. In the early 90s I was flicking though the television. This was in the five-ch…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. To listen on Spotify click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: The protest and controversy that surrounded the 2004 production of Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s play Bezhiti (Dishnour) at the Birmingham Rep Theatre ha…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “The first time I saw Zinnie Harris’s Royal Court debut play Nightingale and Chase I was in prison. Specifically I was in Wandsworth prison in South London where I was representin…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “One of the pleasures of making these podcasts is exploring the work of those writers I am talking to. It is an embarrassing confession that until this month I was entirely ignora…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “There are a handful of figures in the history of the Royal Court Theatre that define the place. They carved the path that, whether they are aware of it or not every artist that h…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “There is a clarity and unity of vision to the dramatic world of David Eldridge that seems to land him in a particular tradition of British playwriting that I cherish. Born and ra…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “There is something of a gesture of disguise to the plays of Laura Wade that I find to be as powerful as it is playful. Her 2005 play Colder Than Here might, for example, have loo…
 
The following content may contain strong language. Click here to return to the main podcast page. To subscribe via iTunes click here. Full introduction by Simon Stephens: “One of the most important figures in the recent history of the Royal Court is the playwright Steven Jeffreys who for fifteen years worked as the Literary Associate here throughou…
 
I first met Simon Stephens in 2011. I was an intern here at the Court and was tanning in the garden in my lunchbreak. Simon was here with his play Wastwater and was taking a moment’s break from rehearsals. I had watched a preview the night before. So I asked him about the ending which left me needing to know for sure whether the character of Jonath…
 
The plays of Timberlake Wertenbaker have been a presence in British theatre since the turn of the 1980s. Since that time she has produced work that is as defined by its sense of poetry and linguistic precision as it is by her characters’ yearning for justice or a sense of a home. Born in New York she was raised in the Basque fishing village of Cibu…
 
Loading …

Короткий довідник

Google login Twitter login Classic login