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.@RebLenkiewicz's THE INVISIBLE, @bushtheatre: Beautifully funny. Beautifully sad. Just beautiful. A very human story of those to whom
Alan Turkington
31 Jul
Finally get to see Rebecca Lenkiewicz #TheInvisible @bushtheatre. My very first matinee performance.
Madhia Hussain
01 Aug
@bushtheatre The Invisible, Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s play about reforms to the provision of legal aid Audio Descrbd TODAY at 14.30TouchTour13.30
01 Aug
Rebecca Lenkiewicz's The Invisible @bushtheatre covers some extremely important ground about legal aid cuts. Definitely recommend.
Minna Helena
31 Jul
Just watched The Invisibles @bushtheatre. A big thank you to all pro bono caseworkers working harder during these challenging times.
Sofia Patel
31 Jul
Urge everyone to go to @bushtheatre and see The Invisible. Wonderful story and amazing performances!
Simão Ramos
31 Jul

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The Invisible | Interview with the director

We caught up with Michael Oakley, director of the world premiere production of Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s The Invisible, to talk about the play, legal aid, and why theatre is the perfect medium to tell this story. The Invisible deals with cuts to the legal aid system; we meet characters who need legal aid and characters who…

What can we learn from #legalaidhero & #notafatcat?

Over the last 24 hours lawyers have been taking to twitter using #legalaidhero & #notafatcat hoping to show the world their human face. This is also the aim of our current production The Invisible by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, a new play that follows the story of Gail who runs a small Law Centre that is battling…

Advice for playwrights | Rebecca Lenkiewicz

“Write from the heart. Write about what moves you. It has to be about truth, really. Don’t try to be clever.” Playwright of The Invisible, Rebecca Lenkiewicz, issued the above advice in an interview with The Guardian newspaper in 2008. The Guardian reports that she added, ‘with characteristic sweetness, to her imagined audience': “You are…