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Arcola Theatre is a studio theatre in Dalston, in the London Borough of Hackney. The theatre's ambition is to create and present high-quality theatre with a social and political relevance to its multicultural local community as well as a wider audience.  The theatre features two studios seating up to 240 persons and two rehearsal rooms. There is a café and bar in the foyer. The theatre also runs a number of community arts activities including youth drama and a writers' programme. London, Theatre, Theatre Architecture, Studio, Theatre Stage, Theater Architecture, Modern Theatre, Theatre Room, Theatre Design

Arcola Theatre is a studio theatre in Dalston, in the London Borough of Hackney. The theatre's ambition is to create and present high-quality theatre with a social and political relevance to its multicultural local community as well as a wider audience. The theatre features two studios seating up to 240 persons and two rehearsal rooms. There is a café and bar in the foyer. The theatre also runs a number of community arts activities including youth drama and a writers' programme.

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Rosie Joy
Shelter Studio Theatre, New Yokr.  Part of the gaggle of theaters on East 4th Street, the 99-seat Kraine is part of the loosely affiliated Horse Trade theaters (which also include the Red Room and UNDER St. Marks), where irreverent, independent work bubbles incessantly. The venue—a sweet proscenium with creaky, back-crippling red velvet seats—can also be rented, so it's difficult to pin the spot down in terms of a unified aesthetic. Architecture, Inspiration, Interior, Design, Studio, Studio Theater, Small Theatre, Theatre Stage, Theatre Classroom

Shelter Studio Theatre, New Yokr. Part of the gaggle of theaters on East 4th Street, the 99-seat Kraine is part of the loosely affiliated Horse Trade theaters (which also include the Red Room and UNDER St. Marks), where irreverent, independent work bubbles incessantly. The venue—a sweet proscenium with creaky, back-crippling red velvet seats—can also be rented, so it's difficult to pin the spot down in terms of a unified aesthetic.

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Martin Jennings