Finally got to see #YvetteThePlay today @bushtheatre SO beautiful and incredibly powerful. Officially added to my top 5 😍
Helen Gilmore
18 May
The @bushtheatre is one of those fantastic places that consistently tells important stories...exactly what a good t… https://t.co/tMsk366RoI
Getgo Culture
18 May
Yo so the @bushtheatre done it again. #YvetteThePlay is beautiful and harrowing @Urielle_KM & @GreatObisesan are an absolute dream team
Chris Sonnex
17 May
@bushtheatre @Urielle_KM Sending so much ❤️ &🍀 ...wish we could be there - sure it will be amazing - Fxx
17 May
This is @Bush_Cat_Pirate looking *really excited* about press night for Yvette tonight @bushtheatre! If you haven't… https://t.co/iaYyWiZxZY
China Plate
17 May
Saw Class last night. Thought provoking and challenging piece with a superb cast. Q+A with the actors afterwards wa… https://t.co/SRwZv09yV3
Jonathan Ledger
17 May

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Why did the performance artist walk onto the tv set?

Project 2036 Producer Salome Wagaine discusses the influence of performance art on her upcoming production of Exceptional Promise. What do Britain’s Got Talent, Come Dine With Me, General Hospital, Changing Rooms and Larry Sanders have in common? They’ve all had performance or live artists feature on them. When you hear the term ‘performance art’ in…

Elephant West and Bush Theatre announce a digital collaboration

Elephant West and Bush Theatre announce Buzz from the Bush, a digital collaboration, that will launch on 1 June, showcasing the history of Shepherd’s Bush in a series of prints, installations, animations, and performances. From dissenters to Dickens, chaplains to Charlie, we’re introducing you to Shepherd’s Bush like never before. Join us on a scavenger…

Accessibility in Theatre: Telling d/Deaf Narratives

Accessibility in storytelling lies at the heart of Omar Elerian’s direction of Going Through. In the UK, 1 in 7 of the population are deaf or hard of hearing, with over 156,000 people using BSL nationwide. However, in spite of the vast number of d/Deaf individuals in Britain, inclusion in the national theatre landscape is few…