The Arcola Theatre is an off-West End theatre based in Dalston, London. Established in 2000, the Arcola Theatre boasts a 200 seat auditorium and a 100 seat studio space.
The Arcola is known for prosucing plays, musicals and operas featuring established and emerging artists.
Benny Ainsworth's dark comedy that explores a couple's relationship with unchecked grief.
A dark comedy about loss & sibling rivalry in the wake of a familial death.
Lisa Carroll's new comedy about a casually dating couple searching for sexual knowledge & true love.
The award-winning true story of a British comedian and photographer in war-torn Afghanistan.
Kyo Choi's play exploring justice in the face of atrocity, in a play inspired by true accounts.
Oscar-winning playwright Rebecca Lenkiewicz adapts August Strindberg’s gripping marriage drama.
Max Wilkinson's one-woman show about a lone delivery cyclist returns to the Arcola Theatre.
The Arcola Theatre reopens its doors with an intergenerational family drama by Barney Morris.
Robin Hooper's new play examining masculinity in distress.
Mark Thomas' political solo show about his quest to disrupt the state by annoying those at the top.
A modern adaptation of Pierre de Marivaux’s 1730 French romantic comedy of the same name.
A tragi-comedy about a couple who leave arts criticism for a quieter life.