Check out the shows playing at the Royal Court Theatre in London.
The Royal Court Theatre was established in 1870 as The New Chelsea Theatre, later renamed the Court Theatre. The original building was a Nonconformist chapel converted into a theatre, but after its demolition in 1887, the new and current Royal Court Theatre (first called the New Court Theatre) was built in 1888 on Sloane Street. Since 1956, the Royal Court has been the home of the English Stage Company, which presents contemporary works from British and international writers. Notable plays like Top Girls, Blasted, Hangmen, and The Ferryman have all had their world premieres in either the Royal Court's 380-seat Downstairs space or 85-seat Upstairs space.
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