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@bushtheatre eagerly waiting to set my eye's on the highly anticipated prod of #TheRoyale starring the mighty @nicholaspinnock #breakaleg
MissTracyGreen
@TracyGreen84
31 Mar
Here's @tdpbano on Madani Younis’ "mightily impressive" production of The Royale @bushtheatre http://t.co/cS8IEjTcWB
Exeunt Magazine
@theatremagazine
31 Mar
I'm going to the @bushtheatre on Thursday to watch The Royale. A play based on the life on Jack Johnson. First black HW champ. #boxing
Callum
@BCTHEGRANDSLAM
31 Mar
Impressions of #TheRoyaleUK from last night still sinking in. Helluva performance @bushtheatre
Alex Kanefsky
@AlKayeAlKaye
31 Mar
@bushtheatre didn't realise #TheRoyaleUK was based on Jack Johnson! I read a about him called "unforgivable blackness" ages ago. Phenomenal.
Robbie O'Neill
@RobbieO85
31 Mar
Fantastic writing and performances in #TheRoyaleUK @bushtheatre - a really powerful play
Ed Vaizey
@edvaizey
31 Mar

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Conversations, dispatches and ideas from the Bush Theatre.

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Who’s Watching Who?

Today we’re launching Who’s Watching Who? an exhibition of photographs in our building that have been taken by members of Only Connect, a local organisation working with young people at risk and ex-offenders. Taking inspiration from The Royale, and the life story of Jack Johnson—the first African American world heavyweight boxing champion—these images are a response to…

60 seconds with Jay ‘The Sport’ Jackson

We caught up with Nicholas Pinnock who plays Jay ‘The Sport’ Jackson in The Royale and asked for a speedy 60 seconds in character. Who are you? I’m the world greatest Heavyweight Boxing Champion, Jay Jackson. They call me ‘The Sport’. What gets you out of bed in the morning? My trainer, Wynton. What are…

BushGreen Loves

BushGreen can’t wait to visit Mr Elbank’s Beard Exhibition at Somerset House this month, to mark the launch of Beard Season. We especially love the portrait of Harnaam Kaur, the inspirational British woman who decided to grow her beard after being diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome to challenge society’s ideas of normality. Read more about the exhibition in…