Jack Shepherd premieres a new tragicomedy about life, money and art.
The European premiere of Dominique Morisseau’s lyrical drama about parental duty and the state of education.
Matt Parvin’s blistering new drama tests the limits of retribution and the power of social status at university.
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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