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The Royal Court is the Eddie the Eagle of theatre

The sixty-year-old institution has a large reputation built on minuscule achievements

28 May 2016

9:00 AM

28 May 2016

9:00 AM

If there were an Eddie the Eagle award for theatre — to recognise large reputations built on minuscule achievements — it would go to the Royal Court. Sixty years ago the English Stage Company arrived at ‘the Court’ determined to amaze the world with a new generation of thrusting young geniuses.

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