Our exhibition – Theatre for Radical Change: in the 1970s and 80s was on display at the Arcola Theatre during 2016 until November. On view were a range of posters from theatre companies whose work challenged the status quo of their time. Companies featured include: Belt and Braces, Theatre of Black Women, Recreation Ground, Welfare State International, Foco Novo, Black Theatre Co-op and Cunning Stunts. For a list and information on the posters on display see here.
A selection of posters from lesbian and gay theatre in the 1970s and 80s was on display at the Arcola cafe/foyer from February – September 2015. It was launched on the evening of the company’s Homosexual Acts Benefit.
Re-Staging Revolutions was on show from November 2013 to May 2014 at the following venues – Ovalhouse Cafe: November – December 2013 Kentish Town Community Centre: January 2014 Camden Local Studies and Archive Centre: February – May 2014 Current viewing A number of posters are currently on show in the Ovalhouse Cafe. Please contact us for questions relating to Re-Staging Revolutions, its content and if you are interested in showing the exhibition at your venue. To order a copy of the exhibition booklet click here. See Ovalhouse Season and Camden Exhibition for details of exhibition events held at these venues during the exhibition’s residencies. […]