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September 2016

Kenny Morgan

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After a sold-out run, Kenny Morgan – the critically-acclaimed new drama by Tony-nominated playwright Mike Poulton (Wolf Hall, Bring Up The Bodies, Fortune's Fool) – returns for 4 weeks only. This gripping tale of destructive passions exposes the limits to which people will go for love, and the extraordinary real-life events behind Rattigan's most famous play, The Deep Blue Sea.

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How To Date A Feminist

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A hilarious new spin on the Hollywood romcom from Samantha Ellis, author of 2014’s highly acclaimed memoir How To Be A Heroine. Featuring two proposals, two weddings, an elopement and a cast of unforgettable characters all played by two actors, this passionate modern love story premieres at the Arcola ahead of a UK tour.

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October 2016

Empty Beds


A funny, frank and touching new play about sisterhood and family crisis. Winner of the 2016 Eddie Award and the Scottish Daily Mail Drama Award.

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The rain has finally stopped. 4 people survive. They are in a swan pedalo. DugOut Theatre – the company that brought you Inheritance Blues and The Sunset Five - examine how lies become stories and stories become legend.

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Callisto: A Queer Epic


This bold, ambitious new play traces a constellation of queer stories, reframing past narratives and sculpting future worlds.

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Tomorrow I Was Always A Lion


Belarus Free Theatre's Tomorrow I Was Always A Lion is a captivating theatrical investigation into the nature of psychosis and recovery. Based on the extraordinary memoir by Arnhild Lauveng, it tells a unique personal story of living with and recovering from schizophrenia with insights from world-leading psychologists, psychiatrists and neuroscientists.

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The Island Nation


Be transported to the heart of Sri Lanka to discover the shocking truths, and the extraordinary human sides, of the biggest unreported war story of our time. Based on real events, The Island Nation is a visceral, revelatory new play by Christine Bacon, artistic director of the pioneering human rights theatre company ice&fire.

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