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#TheRoyaleUK @bushtheatre @nicholaspinnock, indeed whole cast were superb. Tension builds to a truly powerful final round. Excellent work.
Colin Salmon
@colinsalmon24
28 Mar
@onlyconnectuk @bushtheatre brilliant stuff! Really great to hear from and meet everyone. Really impressive http://t.co/WOxsQeBtYC
Sam Deards
@Sam_Deards
28 Mar
Huge thanks to @bushtheatre for their workshop yesterday. Was inspiring to see so many creatives under one roof.
Joanne Sealey
@JoanneSealey1
28 Mar
Great open space discussion at @bushtheatre today! Thank you!
ElizabethLloydRaynes
@LizzieLRaynes
27 Mar
rly cool workshop @bushtheatre today. I've spent so long looking at the mechanics of acting, it's nice to discuss theatre in wider context
David East
@davideastUK
27 Mar
.@bushtheatre it was amazing to hear our Members speak so eloquently about their ideas &how much they got from it https://t.co/Jg3Fbzp8zV
Only Connect
@onlyconnectuk
27 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…