It's full-steam ahead for the Court this year. Find out what we're looking forward to this month.
We talk all things touring. Find out what the Court are producing for other theatres.
The café in the foyer is open once again, this time as Café38.
The Press have been in and have gave us their verdict on the show.
We've rounded up the reviews of Council Depot Blues.
Derren Brown and his bag of tricks comes to the Court for the first stop of his nationwide tour next week.
Liver Birds Flying Home is a brand new musical following the lives of Sandra and Beryl, almost fifty years after The Liver Birds e
The reviewers have been in and here is their verdict on the show.
Boisterous Theatre Company's first ever production tore up the stage as an adaptation of Bouncers by John Godber.
We reveal the full cast behind two of our upcoming shows: The Miracle of Great Homer Street and Mam! I'm Ere.
We've got loads brand new shows coming to the Royal Court this year. Check them out below.
We've got a pot of money to share and is all we need is your comedy script.
Les Dennis stars as Father Aherne, a priest who is fond of a flutter.
Mam is (nearly) here. Here's 11 things you didn't know about the show.
It's #InspiringFutureTheatre Day on the 10 July. No matter what age you are, there is always something for you to get in at the C
Find out what our Community Choir have been up to this month.
Queen Square used to be a very different place back in the day.
We're on the home stretch now as Mam! I'm 'Ere gears up for its final few shows.
We're celebrating the work of our Community Education team. Join us 13 - 18 August.
Some familiar faces are returning to the Court and some new ones.
Bouncers by Boisterous Theatre Company are back, this time on the main stage.
Press from all across the land came to review Bouncers. Find out what they had to say.
Join us for the launch of our new baby friendly comedy club.
Terriers has been performed in hundreds of schools across Merseyside. Join us for a celebration of the show and the world premier
Brand new musical Maggie May takes to the stage until 10 November. Here are some fun facts about the show.
October 17th 2018 marks a very special day for us; it's our 80th birthday!
Maggie May The Musical has been open for a whole week and the reviews are great.
You're having a laugh! Well you will be if you come to the Royal Court.
The show has been running for a week now. Find out what the audience have had to say.
Liverpool's Royal Court Theatre Receives Arts Council Backing
A review of 'The Royal' from the theatre itself. Here are some thoughts we had whilst watching the show.
Guest blogger Amara from the Royal Court Youth Theatre talks about her experience at the Youth Theatre and how it has shaped her f
A blog post outlining upcoming events at the Royal Court Theatre from August to October.
Our first blog post, keeping you in the loop with all the goings-on at Liverpool's Royal Court.
The eighties smash hit Footloose comes to Liverpool's Royal Court for five days next month.
New to the city or just new to the theatre? Here are 10 (mostly free) things you can do at Liverpool's favourite theatre.
The Courtyard Bar & Kitchen is a brand new eatery located just next door to the theatre.
Our first blog post of the month; an introduction to the Royal Court's Community Choir.
Footloose! The Musical starring Gareth Gates is coming coming to the theatre at the end of this month. Here's why you should come
Dining at Liverpool's Royal Court is a unique experience. Sit back and relax in our cabaret style seating whilst we serve you a d
Ever wondered if there are any ghosts haunting our theatre? Wonder no more as we share some of our spooky tales for Halloween.
BOST presents 'Oliver!' the heartwarming story about a boy who just wanted more.
Today is Love Theatre Day where theatre is celebrated all over the world.
Kevin, Executive Producer and Gillian, Chief Executive of Liverpool's Royal Court receive an honorary fellowship from Liverpool Jo
It's the most wonderful time of the year.
The Court's best-selling show, The Scouse Nativity gets the thumbs up from the Press and reviewers.
Our youth theatre member Susan Segar reviews Down the Dock Road by Alan Bleasdale.
Read about two of our Youth Theatre members' experiences on the main stage in the Christmas Show!
Our Youth Theatre member Amber reviews Father O Flaherty
Our Youth Theatre member Katy reviews Father O Flaherty
One of our young actors shares with us her first experiences at the Royal Court's Youth Theatre
Hear what a youth theatre member has to say about her experiences with us!
There's a lot going on at the moment, keep up to date with our building works.