Jack Shepherd premieres a new tragicomedy about life, money and art.
New shows by Arcola’s community theatre companies – including the Arcola Participation Queer Collective; Mental Health, 50+, Ala-Turka and Women’s Companies; Academy and Youth Theatre; and Clean Break Young Artists.
Returning to Arcola after two sold-out performances, Steven Berkoff dramatises this landmark event in East End history.
Matt Parvin’s blistering new drama tests the limits of retribution and the power of social status at university.
A powerful and compassionate drama about parental duty and the state of education.
This award-nominated play from Michèle Winstanley traces three different women’s experiences of motherhood.
Barney Norris’ new play is a love song to the people who raised him, and a hymn to the bravery of our brief lives.
Greg Hicks returns to Arcola Theatre in a new production from director Philip Prowse.
Multi-award-winning writer Rebecca Lenkiewicz returns to Arcola with a new adaptation of Strindberg’s compelling domestic drama.
Award-winning poet and playwright Inua Ellams brings a special, audience-led poetry event to Arcola.
Arcola co-founder Leyla Nazli adapts Ece Temelkuran’s epic tale of empowerment and adventure.
A new black comedy from Sarah Kosar with an irresistible, patriarchal company structure.
Multi-award-winning writer, performer and provocateur Mark Thomas returns to Arcola with a new play, directed by Nicolas Kent.
After her award-winning 3 Winters at the National Theatre, Tena Štivičić marks Arcola’s 20th anniversary with a brand new play.
David Farr’s new play is both a science fiction and an intimate study of loss and bereavement.
Arcola reunites with Yellow Earth for this powerful human story which asks how a nation can apologise for the crimes of its past.
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