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September 2017

Thebes Land

06/09/2017–07/10/2017

The critically-acclaimed smash-hit, winner of Best Production at the 2016 Off West End awards, returns to Arcola for 5 weeks only.

Angel

11/09/2017–07/10/2017

Inspired by an extraordinary true story, Angel is the critically-acclaimed new drama from playwright Henry Naylor. Following a sold-out run in Edinburgh, where it won a prestigious Fringe First award, it premieres in London for four weeks only.

Tiger Rag Friday: Live Swing / Jazz – till 3am

The best Swing Dance night in the WORLD. Perhaps. Each and every Friday - Tiger Rag feat. some of the best jazz musicians in the capital.

£7 entry after 10pm. Till 3am.

October 2017

Dalston Day Rave

10/10/2017

Fun doesn't have to wait till the evening. The early bird catches the Dalston Day Rave - a sunrise party to get you moving, shaking and ready to go! Alcohol-free - get drunk on yoga, classic pop, dance, disco, glitter…

All The Little Lights

10/10/2017–04/11/2017

Following an acclaimed UK tour, Jane Upton‘s moving, darkly funny new play receives its London premiere at Arcola.

Miniaturists 65

15/10/2017

Small but perfectly formed since 2005. The Miniaturists is the regular curated writer-led event dedicated to bringing you short, exhilarating, perfectly formed plays. Each show is packed with work from an exciting array of new and established playwrights all of…

Insignificance

18/10/2017–18/11/2017

Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe grapple with fame, relativity and their personal lives in this hilarious and bittersweet comedy, receiving its first London revival in over 20 years.

Ensonglopedia of Science

19/10/2017–22/10/2017

A song about science for every letter of the alphabet. Expect atoms, Big Bangs, cells, DNA and plenty more besides. Expect the unexpected. And expect it to rhyme.

ACTING 101 – CONSENTING ADULTS

30/10/2017–04/12/2017

Always wanted to give acting a try? This is your chance. Acting 101 will introduce you to the fundamental tools of the acting experience in a fun, supportive, dynamic and empowering atmosphere. Explore and apply Acting Techniques in a variety…

November 2017

INTRO TO PHYSICAL THEATRE – CONSENTING ADULTS

01/11/2017–06/12/2017

This six week introduction to Physical Theatre will introduce you to a range of skills inspired by the teachings of Jacques Lecoq. Working towards a liberated body of physical expression we will work through basic techniques of Physical Storytelling including…

INTERMEDIATE ACTING – CONSENTING ADULTS

02/11/2017–07/12/2017

Designed for those who have completed a beginner level acting technique course or have relevant experience, this course focuses on in-depth character and scene analysis. Undertake challenging acting exercises to develop emotional truth and perform complex scenes with confidence. In…

WRITING AND VISUALISING FOR THE STAGE – CONSENTING ADULTS

03/11/2017–08/12/2017

Writing and Visualising for the Stage provides a workshop arena for writers with some experience of other of media and platforms to venture from print, web, screen, performance, spoken word, installations and mixed-media into developing dramatic material for the theatre.…

#Hashtag Lightie

14/11/2017–02/12/2017

Lynette Linton‘s heart-warming and hilarious exploration of what it means to be mixed race in Britain today – back following a sold-out run.

Eugene Onegin

22/11/2017–23/12/2017

Olivier Award-winning OperaUpClose comes to the Arcola for the first time with a new English version of Tchaikovsky’s sweeping opera.

December 2017

WRITING FOR THE STAGE – CONSENTING ADULTS (SOLD OUT)

31/10/2017–05/12/2017

Writing for the Stage will enable budding playwrights to create their first draft of an original, one act play. Over the course of six-weeks, the group will focus on a different instrument in the playwright's toolbox - from crafting dialogue…

January 2018

Hanna

03/01/2018–20/01/2018

This funny, heartfelt and compelling world premiere from Offie-nominated playwright Sam Potter asks what family means in a modern society.

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Arcola Theatre Production Company is a registered charity no.1108613. Registered as a company limited by guarantee in England no.5242988. Registered Office: 24 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London E8 3DL.