Arcola Theatre

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Dalston

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  • Address:

    Arcola Theatre 24 Ashwin St
    London
    E8 3DL

  • Venue phone:

    020 7503 1646

  • Venue website:

    www.arcolatheatre.com

  • Transport:

    Tube: Dalston Kingsland; Rail: Dalston Junction

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Boy

Off-West End, Drama

Hip-hop, contemporary dance and theatre come together in this show that commemorates the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of WWI. Avant Garde Dance's production is inspired by the story of 14-year-old Jack Cornwell from east London who went off to fight....

  1. Sat Jul 26
  2. Arcola Theatre
  3. £9, £7 concs
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Ghost From a Perfect Place

Off-West End, Drama

The first major revival of Philip Ridley's divisive play 'Ghost From a Perfect Place'. The ever-shocking Ridley caused a ruckus with this one when it premiered 20 years ago at Hampstead theatre. Here it's being directed by Russell Bolam, whose recent...

  1. Thu Sep 11 – Sat Oct 11
  2. Arcola Theatre
  3. £12-£19, £15 concs
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Grimeborn Opera Festival

Music festivals, Opera, Drama, Off-West End

The Arcola Theatre's opera festival Grimeborn is eight years old this year and returns with what looks like as nicely varied an offering as ever. Giving tup and coming opera directors, writers and performers a rare chance to strut their stuff, Grimeborn...

Grimeborn Opera Festival
  1. Mon Aug 4 – Sat Sep 6
  2. Arcola Theatre
  3. £15, £12 concs
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San Domino

Off-West End, Musicals

A new musical written by Tim Anfilogoff and Alan Whittaker set in 1930s Sicily. It tells of a group of friends who are sent without trial to a remote prison island for gay men by a fanatical chief of police.  

  1. Mon Aug 4 – Wed Aug 6
  2. Arcola Theatre
  3. £15, £12 concs
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The Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes

Off-West End, Drama

Ex-head of the Tricycle theatre Nicholas Kent directs this new play from Rashid Razaq adapted from a short story by Hassan Blasim. In it, an Iraqi refugee runs from persecution in Baghdad to start a new life in London. When he marries a wealthy older...

  1. Sat Jul 26 – Sat Aug 16
  2. Arcola Theatre
  3. £15-£18, £12-£15 concs
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