Tag Archives: Arcola Theatre

Powerhouse trio cast for The Maids at Trafalgar Studios, opens Feb 2016

The Jamie Lloyd Company’s first production of 2016 will be the full-throttle UK premiere of a contemporary adaptation of Jean Genet’s masterpiece, The Maids – not seen in the West End for twenty years. Director Jamie Lloyd has assembled a powerhouse … Continue reading

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Bat Boy: The Musical at Southwark Playhouse January 9 -31

From the producer of the acclaimed In The Heights and the creative team behind the excellent Carousel at the Arcola, Bat Boy: The Musical promises to be a love child like no other. From the Southwark: “The Off Broadway smash … Continue reading

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Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage at Arcola Theatre

“I was doing something nobody had done before, and if you’re the first to do something, you have to be prepared to take the sh*t for it.” From the Arcola: “On the eve of one of the most important games … Continue reading

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Sons Without Fathers at the Arcola, May 8th- June 15th

Sons Without Fathers, a new version of Chekhov’s PLATONOV A Tale of Sex, Vodka and Shattered Dreams From the Arcola “Village school teacher Platonov is a man who is loved by women. Despite his best intentions he is drawn into … Continue reading

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The Sweet Smell of Success through December 22nd

The Sweet Smell of Success is having its British Premiere this week and running through December.  Based on the novella by Ernest Lehman and the MGM/United Artists film, the story is set in 1952 and follows New York’s number one … Continue reading

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Treacle and Brimstone with Rupert Friend -Arcola Theatre May 2nd

Brimstone and Treacle is a controversial play renowned for being banned by the BBC.  The play, according to the Arcola, is a “glimpse into suburban paranoia, xenophobia and insularity is as revealing and relevant today as it was in the … Continue reading

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