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Arcola Theatre

Whatever the ethics and effects of new writing competitions are, that they throw up intriguing, exciting plays is undeniable. Here are three: a trio...

Hanna’s daughter Ellie is not her birth daughter. After a mix-up at the hospital, she returned to the ex-council house that she shares with...

This category recognises theatres or companies that have implemented significant environmental initiatives. Any organisation working in the sector is eligible and will be judged...

Tightly packed and highly ambitious, Callisto: A Queer Epic weaves together four heterogeneous stories of same-sex relationships from across the ages: 17th-century opera singer...

In OperaUpClose’s ambitious pocket production of Eugene Onegin, the rolling Russian landscape of the Larin family estate has been replaced by a suburban semi...

Annie Fox, Sonya Hale and Tatty Hennessy have been named as winners of the inaugural Heretic Voices competition, a writing prize that celebrates monologues. The...

Exploring the complex identity that comes with having a mixed-race background was never going to be easy, but #Hashtag Lightie – back for a...

The case for a revival of Terry Johnson’s flight of fancy on the nature of fame is clear. More so than in 1982, when...

London’s Arcola Theatre has announced a new commissioning opportunity for black, Asian, minority ethnic or refugee playwrights. The theatre, based in Dalston, will commission and...
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