Arcola

Review: These Trees Are Made of Blood (Arcola Theatre)
Amy Draper directs this political musical cabaret set in the heart of Argentina's Dirty War
New network launches to support theatres and theatremakers in London
More than 20 theatre organisations have signed up to STAMP
National Youth Theatre announces 2017 season
The season includes a re-staging of the company's first ever commission
Greg Hicks to play Richard III in new Arcola Theatre season
The venue has also announced new adaptations from Neil Bartlett and Yellow Earth
Review: The Lower Depths (Arcola Theatre)
The slogging misery of Maxim Gorky's play may turn you to booze
Review: Thebes Land (Arcola)
Sergio Bianco's play is a mix of truth and fiction about a man who killed his own father with a fork
Review: How to Date a Feminist (The Arcola)
Matthew Lloyd directs this new comedy by How To Be A Heroine author Samantha Ellis
Kenny Morgan (Arcola Theatre)
Mike Poulton's new play draws on the real-life events behind Terence Rattigan's The Deep Blue Sea
Richard II to be staged in the House of Commons
100 public tickets will be distributed via a ballot
Nine Lives (Arcola Theatre)
Zodwa Nyoni's new play telling the story behind the asylum headlines receives its London premiere at the Arcola