The Armenian genocide was one of the great now more or less forgotten crimes against humanity - this splendid play is about surviving the unimaginable.
Every night something different - a high wire act without a safety net as the Stoppers create a brand new musical on the spot.
Set in a funfair the performers tell about the plight of refugees and asylum seekers welcomed to Britain - enlightening, moving, infuriating.
Two interesting plays from Arrow & Traps about two relatively unknown women who in a world of men lived their lives in their own way.
A powerful story of three men returning from different conflicts and the problems they face fitting back into a society - genuinely unmissable theatre.
A splendid cast work hard in a less than sparkling show directed by Shuntaro Fujita and supervised by Thom Southerland in a brilliantly reconfigured theatre.
Unmissable account of a great forgotten Prime Minister who presided over a Government of titans which brought about most of what we take for granted …
Splendid award winning production returns to the main stage of the Arcola - a deserved return with fine performances all round.
Two twitchers end up on a remote Scottish island which the Government plan to use as a place to text anthrax - it is 1939. …