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Mark Ravenhill

New plays by Mark Ravenhill, Debbie Tucker Green and Rory Mullarkey feature in the Royal Court Theatre's new season. Artistic director Vicky Featherstone will direct...

Playwright DA Nixon has won Out of Joint's inaugural playwriting award. The Writers in Theatre Award was set up earlier this year by the theatre...

Out of Joint theatre company has announced the five finalists for its £8,000 playwriting award. More than 200 candidates submitted plays for the inaugural Writers...

The figures revealing the most-watched British television shows of all time were published in October. Number one was a 1996 episode of Only Fools and Horses, which attracted...

Max Stafford-Clark has revealed funding cuts have forced Out of Joint to slash rehearsal times, leaving some actors unprepared for opening nights. Stafford-Clark, who founded...

Sean Holmes has form when it comes to reviving plays that were notorious in their day. He staged Simon Stephens' Herons earlier in the...

This production's title is, of course, a reference to the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who is MP for Islington North. But he is never named...

When it was originally staged by Paines Plough in 2005, Mark Ravenhill spoke his own monologue in his acting debut, with a silent onstage...

Caryl Churchill, Neil LaBute and Mark Ravenhill are among 10 playwrights commissioned to write short plays around issues of censorship and boycott in the...
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