At the Arcola

It’s back.

Today I announced that Clarion will return to Arcola Theatre for 4 weeks only next month. Complete with the original cast, including Clare Higgins and Greg Hicks, it opens our exciting new winter season, details of which I’ve included below.

I do hope you’ll be able to join us.

Mehmet Ergen
Artistic Director, Arcola Theatre

Winter 2015/16

20 October – 14 November

Clarion

by Mark Jagasia
Directed by Mehmet Ergen

Following a sold-out run in April, Critics’ Circle award-winner Greg Hicks and three-time Olivier award-winner Clare Higgins reprise their roles in one of the smash-hit plays of the year.

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 500 seats available at just £10 

21 October – 7 November

Sarai

Written and directed by Paul Anthony Morris

Deconstructing an epic narrative for the modern age, this compelling psychological drama lifts the lid on the power of our secret desires, with dynamic movement and an original score.

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18 November – 12 December

The Divided Laing

by Patrick Marmion
Directed by Michael Kingsbury

Alan Cox plays Ronnie Laing in this provocative, freewheeling new comedy by the acclaimed playwright and journalist Patrick Marmion.

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25 November – 19 December

Howard Barker Double Bill

Directed by Robyn Winfield-Smith

Love, truth, sex and war collide in this exhilarating double bill by Howard Barker, “England’s greatest living dramatist” (The Times).

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5 – 30 January 2016

Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern

by Rebecca Lenkiewicz
Directed by Ria Parry

Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s beautiful, throat-catching new play is alive with the mysteries of nature, sex and the supernatural.

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6 – 30 January 2016

Nine Lives

by Zodwa Nyoni
Directed by Alex Chisholm

This gripping new play threads together humour and humanity to tell the real personal story behind asylum headlines.

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See the season
Access to 5 shows, and 10% off at Arcola Bar, with Arcola Passport. Tickets always work out at £10 or less.

Now playing at Arcola

Until 17 October

Octagon

by Kristiana Rae Colón
Directed by Nadia Latif

After Wall Street and Tahrir Square, after ISIS and the NSA, after Ferguson and Eric Garner: here come the poets. Director Nadia Latifreunites with Kristiana Rae Colón for the follow-up to their acclaimed 2012 Arcola sell-out but i cd only whisper.

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23 September – 17 October

Eventide

by Barney Norris
Directed by Alice Hamilton

A love song, an elegy, a celebration. Eventide is the brand new play from Critics’ Circle and Off West End Most Promising Playwright Award Winner, Barney Norris. See the world premiere production at Arcola ahead of a national tour.

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