Arcola Theatre

Review: Samson and Delilah (Arcola Theatre)
A new production by Aylin Bozok is the centrepiece of this year's Grimeborn Festival
New national Heretic Voices competition launches at Arcola Theatre to find new writing talent
Entrants must submit a monologue of between 15 and 45 minutes in length.
Latin American festival CASA announces its tenth season
By Emily Jupp
CASA returns for an eight-week celebration of Latin American culture
Theatres must be more than just a space for performances
Two stories from rising stars about how they came to the industry prompts Daisy Bowie-Sell to reflect on the importance of opening theatres' doors
Let's Talk About Sets: Nicolai Hart-Hansen on The Pulverised
By Nicolai Hart-Hansen
The designer of Alexandra Badea's play about globalisation on creating a space that felt like a catastrophe had hit it
Neil Bartlett: 'The Plague is a story we should be telling right now'
The writer and director talks about his latest project, an adaptation of Albert Camus' existential novel
Greg Hicks to play Richard III in new Arcola Theatre season
The venue has also announced new adaptations from Neil Bartlett and Yellow Earth
5 minutes with Ayesha Dharker: 'I've tried to avoid the whole Bollywood thing'
Currently appearing in The Island Nation, Dharker talks about revisiting the story of the Sri Lankan civil war and working with theatre company Ice & Fire
Review: Tomorrow I Was Always a Lion (Arcola Theatre)
Belarus Free Theatre tackle the story of Arnhild Lauveng's struggle with schizophrenia
Arcola Theatre announces new season
The east London theatre will stage a new play by David Greig