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July 2016

Tosca

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26 July—6 August

Director Julia Burbach shines the light and shade of film noir on to Puccini’s thrilling masterpiece.

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Cargo

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6 July—6 August

Cargo is the enthralling new play from author Tess Berry-Hart. A tense and provocative thriller, this timely world premiere reveals how much people are willing to risk in search of a better life.

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JAZZ

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It's every Friday, and it's completely free. Join the enchanting Meg Cavanaugh and pals in Arcola Bar for an evening of Live Jazz from 10.30pm through till late.

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Honeypot Holmes and the Peculiar Case of the Disappearing Wildflowers @ Farmopolis

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30 July

Why are the wildflowers disappearing? How do we recognise the signs and what can we do to help? Join Honeypot Holmes, the renowned Bee Detective as she investigates the role of wildflowers in Britain's eco-system.

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Drifting Dragons

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30 July

Inspired by true stories from real Londoners, this site-specific opera explores everyday life in everyday locations.

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It's every Saturday till 3am with Bassi from 'Mt. Wolf' on the decks. Enjoy cheap drink deals and a dangerously addictive dancefloor.... We'll have a tequila.

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Fire Ring

Fire Ring
31 July—1 August

London Armenian Opera present the UK premiere of Terterian's 1967 masterpiece; an intense psychological opera about love and war.

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August 2016

A Willesden Liederkreis

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27 July—4 August

Acclaimed countertenor Magid El-Bushra tells the story of a lonely Muslim boy who dares to imagine a different world.

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Jay Foreman: Family Comedy #3 @ Dalston Square

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6 August

Arcola Theatre are proud to be bringing the best and funniest family comedians from across London to Dalston Square! Join Jay Foreman and prepare to laugh, giggle, chortle, snort, belly laugh and cackle and roar!

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INTRODUCTION TO ACTING – CONSENTING ADULTS

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8 August—5 September

This five-week workshop explores the techniques that an actor uses to decode a text. Using both script analysis and physical exploration, you will explore language, form, and character in order to strengthen a performance. Working with a range of texts from the 20th and 21st Century, you will explore practitioners such as Stanislavski and Michael Chekhov. Through practical activities, discover the fundamental skills required for acting. Identify how to create character and how to respond effectively to other performers. Explore…

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SHAKESPEARE IN PERFORMANCE – CONSENTING ADULTS

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9 August—6 September

This in-depth practical acting course is designed to develop a greater understanding of poetic drama and encourage a creative approach to solving the challenges involved in performing classical work. The course draws on dramatic material from both the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods enabling students to discover the connections and challenges that performing it presents. This workshop is the ideal opportunity for those wishing to gain confidence in classical acting. Led by Shakespearean acting experts this course will help you unlock Shakespeare…

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Mozart & Salieri

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9 August—13 August

An immersive production of Rimsky-Korsakov's opera about the legend of Antonio Salieri and his poisoning of Mozart.

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The Lamellar Project

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9 August—13 August

Science fiction meets eco-activism in a gripping story of love and betrayal. Told using film, theatre and a live video link to Philadelphia, USA, this chilling international production explores the most pressing and crucial issues of contemporary global life – the consequences of climate change and the possible ramifications of genetic modification.

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VIEWPOINTS FOR PERFORMANCE – CONSENTING ADULTS

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11 August—8 September

Viewpoints is a technique of training and improvisation that articulates the two dominant elements performers and directors deal with on stage – time and space. Viewpoints allows a group of actors to function together spontaneously and intuitively and to generate bold, theatrical work quickly. It develops flexibility, articulation, and strength in movement and makes ensemble playing really possible. Developed for the theatre by New York director Anne Bogart and the SITI Company, Viewpoints allows performers and directors to function together…

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The Perfect Picnic

The Perfect Picnic
11 August—18 August

Opera on the Run serve up a feast of singing, comedy and drama in this piece of 'opera theatre' set to the music of W. A. Mozart.

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