Product arrives at Arcola Theatre.
Gemma Jones heads a spunky cast.
Mildy amusing in parts, a strangely ugly play overall.
R and H live, unplugged and unbuttoned.
Kidnapping, the media and Pakistan.
Mistaken-identity, role-reversal, gender-swapping, bed-hopping, triple-take, urban-revenge farce.
Why are angst-ridden guys so hot? Chekhov knows, and he wrote a play about it.
A Hackney local shares her Hackney highlights and laments the passing of an elderly goose.
What if one day you randomly axed a colleague to death?
A fantastical and flamboyant interpretation of Pushkin's short story.
Learn more about the sex industry at a packed events programme at Arcola.
Further developments for Arcola, determined to be the world's first carbon neutral theatre
A series of verbatim stories from those living in parts of the world already suffering the consequences of global warming: commendable in its intention, but lacking drama.
In which Gandhi, Shiva and Kali offer life tips to a lonely housewife. May not be based on actual events...
An essential production of a neglected classic.
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