Visitors

 
 

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 29TH MARCH 2014

ADDRESS
, 24 Ashwin Street, Hackney, Dalston, London E8 3DL
 
 
Dates:
 until 
 
OPENING TIMES
Mon to Sat 8pm, mats Sat 3pm
 
PRICES
£14 (Adults), £12 (Concessions), £12 (Opening performances 6-11 Mar)
 

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A haunting look at the way our lives slip past us, Visitors is the latest collaboration between playwright Barney Norris and director Alice Hamilton, the duo behind 'At First Sight' and 'Fear Of Music'. Set in a farmhouse at the edge of Salisbury Plain, Visitors reveals a family falling apart. But when a young stranger with blue hair moves in to care for the elderly Edie the family are forced to question how they are living.

 

About Arcola Theatre

This renowned community theatre is at the heart of Hackney and Dalston's flourishing arts scene, and one of the best places in London to see new work. The Arcola Theatre building is a classic contemporary fringe venue, a converted paint manufacturing factory that offers studio spaces, a versatile auditorium and a pop up tent that hosts a variety of shows. More about Arcola Theatre

LondonTown.com - Visitors Location Map

 
 
 
Underground Stations

Underground Stations

 
 
Railway Stations

Railway Stations

 
 
Dalston Junction
 
2 minutes walk
 
 
Car Parks

Car Parks

 
Elia Mews Car Park
 
30 minutes walk
 
 
 
 

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"The last thing any spectator wants is a sprint finish to get to the venue in time," says transport minister Norman Baker. Too true:...

 
 
What's on in London during the Paralympics

With tickets for the Paralympics selling out for the first time in its 52-year history, London is gearing up for a second wave of...

 
 
Day 14: Fri 10th August

Four years after crashing out in Beijing, Shanaze Reade is a contender for gold in the women's BMX while in the Olympic Stadium it's time...

 
 
Olympic National Hospitality Houses

A guide to all the confirmed National Hospitality Houses set up by nations across the capital during the London Olympics. ...

 
 
London hotels in August

Visitors arriving in London this August can now access new special hotel offers that have just come on the market ...

 
 
Where to Watch Olympics

If you want to watch the Games in London and you don't have a ticket, or you need a meeting point before or after...

 
 
Lord's Cricket Ground in Pictures

If cricket was an Olympic sport, then Team GB would certainly be amongst the favourites for the gold medal. As it is, the spiritual...

 
 
Lee Valley White Water Centre In Pictures

Located 30km north of the Olympic Park, the brand-new state-of-the-art Lee Valley White Water Centre in Hertfordshire cost £31m and was opened by Princess...

 
 
Greenwich Park In Pictures

On paper Greenwich Park is a superb Olympic venue: located on the south bank of the Thames, its hillside location offers some truly spectacular...

 
 
The Mall in Pictures

The elegant runway of Buckingham Palace is no stranger to big events, hosting the finale of the annual London Marathon every April, not to...

 
 
Out of London Venues

There are a handful of venues just outside London while the sailing competitions take place on the south coast and the football preliminaries in stadia...

 
 
Royal Artillery Barracks in Pictures

The London port of Woolwich has a long military history, and so it is highly apt that the Royal Artillery Barracks should host the...

 
 
Hyde Park In Pictures

When the sun's out there are fewer places in London as scenic and special as Hyde Park, which hosts the Triathlon and Marathon Swimming...

 
 
Olympic Park Walk

Get in the mood for London 2012 with a brisk walk from Limehouse Basin to the Olympic Park in Stratford, taking in Limehouse Cut canal,...

 
 
London's Olympic Destiny

The biggest sporting show on earth comes to London for a record third time in history – and the wait is almost over, writes Felix...

 
 
Olympic Park

London's biggest piece of public art and shopping centre, 17,320 beds for athletes, an environmental energy centre and an international press hub: just a handful...

 
 
Thames Cable Car

Sixty-metre-high Emirates AirLine will provide crossings across the river every 30 seconds. ...

 
 
Cultural Olympiad

The London 2012 Cultural Olympiad has been dubbed the largest cultural celebration in the history of the modern Olympic and Paralympic movements. After four...

 
 
London Olympics Travel

"The last thing any spectator wants is a sprint finish to get to the venue in time," says transport minister Norman Baker. Too true: London...

 
 
London Olympic Javelin

High Speed train service to Olympic Park from Central London is integral in making London 2012 'the public transport games'. ...

 
 
Free London Galleries

Nearly all of London's major public galleries are completely free so you know you're not compromising on quality by choosing the cheaper option. Lots...

 
 
Venues for any nation

Here's a selection of bars, pubs and venues across London that will be showing every nation's Euro 2012 games from Poland and the Ukraine...

 
 
Places to watch England

You'll be hard pressed to find a bar or pub in town that won't be showing Roy Hodgson's new England side as they inevitably...

 
 
Places to watch Russia

Russia's biggest contribution to football in London is undoubtedly the millions of pounds poured into Chelsea by Roman Abramovich. The introduction of the Russian...

 
 
Thames Jubilee Pageant

On Sunday 3rd June 2012 The Queen will travel in a flotilla of up to one thousand boats from the UK, the Commonwealth and...

 
 
January in London 2012

The Outdoors Show ExCel London Exhibition Centre, E16 1XL 12th January 2012 - 15th January 2012 Back for its 11th year, The Outdoors Show will be dedicating four...

 
 
February in London 2012

Mine to Medals British Museum, WC1B 3DG 19th September 2011 - 9th September 2012 For some this British Museum exhibition may be as close as they'll get to...

 
 
March in London 2012

Turner Inspired: In The Light Of Claude National Gallery, WC2N 5DN 14th March 2012 - 5th June 2012 When Turner left the National Gallery two paintings - Dido...

 
 
April in London 2012

London Book Fair Earls Court Exhibition Centre, SW5 9TA 16th April 2012 - 18th April 2012 Having launched in 1972, the London Book Fair has established itself throughout...

 
 
May in London 2012

Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomist Queen's Gallery, SW1A 1AA 4th May 2012 - 8th October 2012 Following on from the huge popularity of the National Gallery's blockbuster Leonardo Da...

 
 
What to do in London throughout 2015

Discover what's on in London 2015 with our comprehensive guide to the best events. From theatre to art and music to sport, London 2015 has something for everyone - so read on to find out what London town has to offer.

 
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    The RE London Shoreditch Hotel
    London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £49  28% off
    419 to 437 Hackney Road, E2 | 23 minutes from Visitors
    This hotel is modern, clean and very convenient if you want to explore the sights and bright lights of trendy Shoreditch. Although close to the City, ... More
     
     
     
    Town Hall Hotel & Apartments
    London > Apartment > Apartment   from £112  29% off
    Patriot Square, E2 | 27 minutes from Visitors
    The Town Hall building in Bethnal Green has been beautifully restored creating a unique designer hotel which fuses old and new. With a mix of bedrooms, ... More
     
     
     
    Holiday Inn Express London-City
    London > Hotels > Budget Chain Hotel   from £60  42% off
    275 Old Street, EC1V | 28 minutes from Visitors
    Modern and functional, you get what you pay for at this middle ranking hotel close to the City and the reasonable rates mean that it fills ... More
     
     
     
     
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    East End Boys, West End Girls: Spora Stories
    London > Events > Theatre  Dates: Friday 31st July 2015 at 8pm & Saturday 1st August 2015 at 3.30pm and 8pm
    Arcola Theatre, 24 Ashwin Street, Dalston, E8 | Same location as Visitors
    A vibrant, timely and touching work by award-winning playwright Ade Solanke....More
     
     
     
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    The House Of Mirrors And Hearts
    London > Events > Theatre  Dates: Friday 31st July 2015 at 7.30pm & Saturday 1st August 2015 at 3pm and 7.30pm
    Arcola Theatre, 24 Ashwin Street, Dalston, E8 | Same location as Visitors
    A timeless, atmospheric and intoxicating musical about a dysfunctional family haunted by their past....More
     
     
     
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    Abra Kebabra
    London > Events > Foodie Events  Dates: Saturday 1st August 2015
    MC Motors, 28 Millers Avenue, E8 | 7 minutes from Visitors
    Tom Gibson, of Ruby's bar in Dalston, is putting on a very special event bringing together five of London's top BBQ kings for one night only ...More
     
     
     
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    Arcola Theatre
    London > Entertainment > Theatres
    24 Ashwin Street, Dalston, E8 | Same location as Visitors
    This renowned community theatre is at the heart of Hackney and Dalston's flourishing arts scene, and one of the best places in London to see new ... More
     
     
     
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    Cafe OTO
    London > Entertainment > Live Music
    18-22 Ashwin Street, E8 | Same location as Visitors
    Cafe Oto is a vibrant live music venue with the atmosphere of a student union cafe which puts on avant garde music from the Dalston scene. ... More
     
     
     
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    Servant Jazz Quarters
    London > Entertainment > Live Music
    10a Bradbury Street, N16 | 3 minutes from Visitors
    Despite the name, Servant Jazz Quarters is not strictly a jazz club. Instead you'll find music from many genres at this Dalston music venue which supports ... More
     
     
     
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    Gillett Square
    London > Attractions >
    Gillett Square, N16 | 3 minutes from Visitors
    On the western flank of Gillett Square in Dalston, East London, stands The Dalston Culture House which houses the world famous Vortex Jazz Club on its ... More
     
     
     
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    Open School East
    London > Attractions > Art Galleries
    The Rose Lipman Building, 43 De Beauvoir Road, Islington, London N1 | 12 minutes from Visitors
    Open School East opens in September 2013. Open School East is an art school and communal space, commissioned and funded by the Barbican and Create London ... More
     
     
     
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    Shakespeare Walk Adventure Playground
    London > Attractions > Attractions for Kids
    69 Shakespeare Walk, N16 | 13 minutes from Visitors
    A free to use, open access playground in Stoke Newington, Shakespeare Walk Adventure Playground gives children aged 6 to 15 access to indoor and outdoor activities ... More
     
     
     
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    The Peanut Vendor
    London > Shopping > House and Garden
    133 Newington Green Road, N1 | 11 minutes from Visitors
    The Peanut Vendors are Barny and Becky who scour bric-a-brac stalls, markets and auctions so you don't have to. Stylish furniture and accessories for the home ... More
     
     
     
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    Mint Vintage
    London > Shopping > Clothing
    71-73 Stoke Newington High Street, Covent Garden, London N16 | 16 minutes from Visitors
    Mint Vintage specialises in men's and ladies clothing from seventies sheepskin to hidden vintage gems. No musty second hand cast-offs here. Instead you get an extensive ... More
     
     
     
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    E5 Bakehouse
    London > Shopping > Delicatessens
    Arch 395 Mentmore Terrace, Hackney, London E8 | 16 minutes from Visitors
    Ben Mackinnon brings the art of sourdough baking to Hackney through his E5 Bakehouse located in a spruced up railway arch near London Fields in East ... More
     
     
     
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    Shanghai
    London > Restaurants > Chinese restaurants
    41 Kingsland High Street, E8 | 1 minute from Visitors
    Shanghai occupies the listed premises of a former East End pie and mash shop built when Queen Victoria was on the throne and the atmospheric old ... More
     
     
     
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    Nando's
    London > Restaurants > South American restaurants
    148 Kingsland High Street, E8 | 3 minutes from Visitors
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    Somine Restaurant
    London > Restaurants > Turkish restaurants
    131 Kingsland High Street, Dalston, E8 | 3 minutes from Visitors
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    Connexions Careers Centre
    London > Education > Career Services
    27B Dalston Lane, E8 | 1 minute from Visitors
    Connexions is a countrywide information and advisory service for 13-19 year olds and people with special learning needs or disabilities under 25. They offer an array ... More
     
     
     
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    The Making Space
    London > Education > Evening Classes
    10 Sunbury Workshops, Swanfield Street, Shoreditch, London E2 | 27 minutes from Visitors
    Learn some crafty manouveurs at Making Space where classes on mask making, glass engraving, pyrography (burning patterns into wood or leather), chainmail knitting, and book hollowing ... More
     
     
     
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    Workers' Educational Association
    London > Education > Evening Classes
    4 Luke Street, Shoreditch, London EC2A | 31 minutes from Visitors
    National charity for adult learning which also runs an excellent selection of theatre, literature, history and politics evening classes.... More
     
     
     
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    Dalston Eastern Curve Garden
    London > Leisure > Parks and Gardens
    Dalston Lane, E8 | 1 minute from Visitors
    Prior to the creation of the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, which first opened in July 2010, the land was a derelict site where an old railway ... More
     
     
     
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    London Fields Lido
    London > Leisure > Activities
    London Fields, Westside, E8 | 13 minutes from Visitors
    London's only Olympic sized heated outdoor swimming pool, the luxurious London Fields Lido was re-opened amid much excitement in October 2006 after almost 20 years of ... More
     
     
     
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    London Fields
    London > Leisure > Parks and Gardens
    Martello Road, E8 | 16 minutes from Visitors
    Located in a bustling, regenerated area of east London, London Fields park has been transformed from a neglected area of common ground into a thriving rich ... More
     
     
     
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    Barden's Boudoir
    London > Nightlife > Pubs
    38-44 Stoke Newington Road, N16 | 6 minutes from Visitors
    A late licence, DJ decks, P.A., stage for live bands, two bars and friendly bar staff selling bottled drinks and beers on tap plus an extensive ... More
     
     
     
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    Prince George
    London > Nightlife > Pubs
    40 Parkholme Road, E8 | 6 minutes from Visitors
    The gentrification of Dalston means that the Prince George is now less of an old man's backstreet local and more of a skinny-jeans-and-ironic-haircut establishment filled with ... More
     
     
     
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    The Alma
    London > Restaurants > Gastropub
    59 Newington Green Road, N1 | 11 minutes from Visitors
    Movie themed pub in Islington offering Popcorn, Craft Beer (Bottled and Draft), fine wine, a very long list of Bourbon whiskeys, Thai Grill, Pop up Sunday ... More
     
     
     
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    Dalston Roof Park
    London > Nightlife > Bars
    18 Ashwin Street, E8 | Same location as Visitors
    On the roof of The Print House, a former factory for catalogues, crayons and pencils, sits Dalston Roof Park, an urban oasis four floors ... More
     
     
     
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    Prince George
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    40 Parkholme Road, E8 | 6 minutes from Visitors
    The gentrification of Dalston means that the Prince George is now less of an old man's backstreet local and more of a skinny-jeans-and-ironic-haircut establishment filled with ... More
     
     
     
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    Ruby's Bar
    London > Nightlife > Bars
    76 Stoke Newington Road, N16 | 8 minutes from Visitors
    It may look like a cinema from the sign outside but Ruby's on the Stoke Newington/Dalston border is an intimate subterranean drinking den serving expertly mixed ... More
     
     
     
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    Bistrotheque
    London > Business > Venue Hire
    23-27 Wadeson Street, Hackney, London E2 | 23 minutes from Visitors
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    Union Chapel
    London > Business > Venue Hire
    The Vestry, Union Chapel, Compton Avenue, N1 | 23 minutes from Visitors
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    Little Angel Theatre
    London > Business > Venue Hire
    14 Dagmar Passage off Cross Street, Islington, Islington, London N1 | 25 minutes from Visitors
    A teeny, tiny and wonderful puppet theatre located in a hidden side road backing onto a green church yard ideal for spontaneous picnics with goodies from ... More
     
     
     

    Arcola Theatre events

     
    East End Boys, West End Girls: Spora StoriesEast End Boys, West End Girls: Spora StoriesA vibrant, timely and touching work by award-winning playwright Ade Solanke.2015-08-01T15:30:00+01002015-08-01T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
    Category: event
    Ends Today
    East End Boys, West End Girls: Spora Stories
    The House Of Mirrors And HeartsThe House Of Mirrors And HeartsA timeless, atmospheric and intoxicating musical about a dysfunctional family haunted by their past.2015-08-01T15:00:00+01002015-08-01T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
    Category: event
    Ends Today
    The House Of Mirrors And Hearts
    Opera 24: La BohemeOpera 24: La BohemeLewis Reynolds' timely production relocates Puccini's opera to 21st century London, with a witty contemporary libretto from best-selling writer John Farndon.2015-08-04T19:30:00+01002015-08-08T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
    Category: event
    On Soon
    Opera 24: La Boheme
    Constella Ballet & Orchestra: The Clown Of ClownsConstella Ballet & Orchestra: The Clown Of ClownsThis unique interpretation of Pierrot Lunaire adds new choreography to Schoenberg's iconic score. It's paired with the award-winning Sideshows, an unhinged circus show set to a jazz-inspired score by Leo Geyer.2015-08-04T20:00:00+01002015-08-08T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
    Category: event
    On Soon
    Constella Ballet & Orchestra: The Clown Of Clowns
    Marsha: A Girl Who Does Bad ThingsMarsha: A Girl Who Does Bad ThingsLiveartshow presents the story a young girl discovering the truth about beauty. Playful and unsettling, it explores our notions of innocence, prejudice and the blurred lines between reality and fantasy.2015-08-11T20:00:00+01002015-08-15T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
    Category: event
    On Soon
    Marsha: A Girl Who Does Bad Things
    Arcola Theatre: GarineArcola Theatre: GarineGerald Papasian directs a semi-staging of his own adaptation Dikran Tchoukhajian's Turkish/Armenian opera.2015-08-14T19:30:00+01002015-08-15T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
    Category: event
    On Soon
    Arcola Theatre: Garine
    Misch Masch & Peter And The WolfMisch Masch & Peter And The WolfJasmin Kent Rodgman and Basement Orchestra present a selection of music woven with stories including Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf and the London premiere of Misch-Masch; a new work by Rodgman which sets Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky to music.2015-08-16T16:00:00+01002015-08-16T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
    Category: event
    On Soon
    Misch Masch & Peter And The Wolf
    I-D.A Projects: GalaI-D.A Projects: GalaA tragicomic chamber opera about an affair between 21-year-old actor Jeff Fenholt and Gala Dali, the ageing wife and muse of Salvador Dali.2015-08-16T20:00:00+01002015-08-16T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
    Category: event
    On Soon
    I-D.A Projects: Gala
    Fulham Opera: FalstaffFulham Opera: FalstaffDirector Daisy Evans brings Verdi's joyous final opera to the present day, reimagining Verdi and Shakespeare's characters with sharp humour and stylish singing.2015-08-18T19:00:00+01002015-08-22T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
    Category: event
    On Soon
    Fulham Opera: Falstaff
    Opera At Home: DaphneOpera At Home: DaphneStrauss's opera, inspired by Ovid's Metamorphoses and Euripides's The Bacchae, is the story of a free spirit, an elusive stranger and a remarkable and cruel transformation. This imaginative new production sets the classical myth in 1930s Germany. Directed by Jose Gandia.2015-08-20T19:30:00+01002015-08-20T00:00:00+0100 Where:
    Arcola Theatre, 24  Ashwin Street  Dalston    E8 3DL
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    Will Saul, Jack Swift, Dom Chung and Dan Napier spin house and techno....More

    Arto Lindsay
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    Cafe OTO

    The subversive musician bonds rhythms and melodies from diverse cultures and genres in provocative new ways. With support from Ashley ...More

    East End Boys, West End Girls: Spora Stories
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    A vibrant, timely and touching work by award-winning playwright Ade Solanke....More

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    A timeless, atmospheric and intoxicating musical about a dysfunctional family haunted by their past....More

    Street Feast London
    Street Feast London
    Foodie Events | Until 25th September 2015 

    Dalston Yard 1 minute walk from Arcola Theatre

    Running from 1st May until 26th September, Street Feast's gastronomic event will provide Londoners with five months of feasts every ...More

     
    Launch DnB
    Clubbing and Nightlife | On 1st August 2015 

    Bar 512 5 minutes walk from Arcola Theatre

    Resident and guest DJs spin drum'n'bass....More

    Hundreds
    Clubbing and Nightlife | On 1st August 2015 

    The Nest 6 minutes walk from Arcola Theatre

    The Nest is proud to present Hundreds - a Saturday session of up front and forward thinking house music made ...More

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    Clubbing and Nightlife | On 1st August 2015 

    Birthdays 6 minutes walk from Arcola Theatre

    Siobhan Bell and Skinny Macho spin hip hop and grime....More

    Abra Kebabra
    Abra Kebabra
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    MC Motors 7 minutes walk from Arcola Theatre

    Tom Gibson, of Ruby's bar in Dalston, is putting on a very special event bringing together five of London's top ...More

     
     
     
     
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