Thinking about driving to the theatre?

Due to essential works being carried out by the National Grid, Uxbridge Road will be closed westbound at the junction with Shepherd’s Bush Green to the junction with Lime Grove from 28 April to 5 June. Please allow extra time for your journey or consider taking public transport. More info here.

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Paines Plough
@painesplough
27 Apr
Catching up with @alenajwalker at the @bushtheatre café. A haven of calm.
wonderment magazine
@wondermentmag
27 Apr
#AfterElectra director Samuel West (aka @exitthelemming) talks about austerity & culture in this great piece: http://t.co/RU1kU8xLJW
Tricycle Theatre
@TricycleTheatre
27 Apr
Amy Dier
@Amydier
27 Apr
Amy Dier
@Amydier
27 Apr
Anarchism with coffee in bed. #angrybrigade http://t.co/97APVf49WB
Pearl chanda
@Greypearl92
04 Apr

Bush Green

Conversations, dispatches and ideas from the Bush Theatre.

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Life in 1970s Britain

Earlier this week, provoked by our upcoming production James Graham’s The Angry Brigade, we had a little muse about why the 70s are back in fashion. This led us to think about what life in 1970s Britain was like. Obviously you might be old enough to *gasp* remember, but for those of us who weren’t yet…

Why are the 70s back in fashion?

You know how sometimes you start thinking about something and then it’s everywhere? It’s been like this for the last six months with the 70s. Since we started thinking about upcoming production The Angry Brigade, presented by Paines Plough and Theatre Royal Plymouth, and set in the 70s, it seems like the decade is everywhere. It’s…

The Royale in Black and White

As we say farewell to The Royale we thought we’d share with you some beautiful photographs taken by Lighting Designer James Whiteside.         We are so very proud of this astonishing production and would like to say a huge thank you and congratulations to everyone involved.