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Royal Court Theatre information
Equally renowned for staging innovative new plays and old classics, the Royal Court is among London’s most progressive theatres and has continued to foster major writing talent across the UK. There are two auditoriums, the main Jerwood Theatre Downstairs, and the much smaller studio Jerwood Theatre Upstairs.Tickets for Monday performances are £10.
A limited number of restricted-view, standing places go on sale one hour before each Jerwood Theatre Downstairs performance for just 10p each. Contact the theatre to check on availability.