Living Newspaper Edition 1 Online Premiere

Living Newspaper Edition 1 Online Premiere Top / Details / Extras / The Company
Sun 13 Dec 2020

We are delighted to offer special digitally captured editions of Living Newspaper, and bring the Royal Court experience to you at home.

Already bought a ticket? Log on to the Royal Court Player to watch. Click here for our guide to logging on.

Edition 1 will premiere online at 5pm (GMT) on Sunday 13 December (booking closes at 4.30pm)
After the Online Premiere, Edition 1 will be available to watch On-Demand from Mon 14 Dec at 10am – Sun 20 Dec at 4pm (GMT).

Tickets start at £10 for each edition with higher prices, which include a donation, also available. Everyone will get the same view regardless of what ticket price they pay, however, we’d ask if possible that you consider paying what you would usually expect to pay for a night at the theatre. All donations will Support the Court.

Reminder emails will be sent in advance of the online premiere, with information on ways to watch.
Please note, performances of Edition 1 will contain flashing lights and strong language.

Find out more about the Living Newspaper digital capture in our dedicated FAQ page. 

Edition 1

Each weekly edition of the newspaper will be created by both a collective of writers responsible for the front page and overall tone of the edition and contributing writers offering individual pieces.

Edition 1 is written by Miriam Battye, Amir Gudarzi, Nazareth Hassan, Matilda Ibini, Sonia Jalaly, Jasmine Lee-Jones, Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan, Somalia Nonyé Seaton, Katherine Soper, Chris Thorpe, Temi Wilkey and Daniel York Loh.

It will be urgent, responsive and fast – with writers filing their pieces by Tuesday and actors performing from Thursday, script-in-hand, hot off the press. Each edition will include performances relating to the moment we are in with local and global perspectives, longer form pieces, dating columns, a cartoon of the week, the world in pictures, a weather room, agony aunts, horoscopes and much more.

At Home

Watch Online
Prices start at £10 to watch the edition online.

If you are able, we ask that you consider adding a donation to your ticket to further support the work of the Royal Court. Find out more.

Access bookers
The digital capture will have the option for captions, and audio described enhanced pre-show notes will also be available to those watching online.


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