We've got big plans this year…

2016 at the Bush

The Bush Theatre is transforming into an accessible and sustainable modern theatre for the future. Click here to read more about our plans for the building. As a result of this redevelopment our home, the old Library, will be closed to the public until early 2017.

The Bush is breaking out of our building during this period into iconic and rediscovered spaces in west London, to find out what we’ve got planned click here.

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Last chance to catch #BoysWillBeBoys by @HeadlongTheatre & @bushtheatre at #BushHall tonight and tomorrow.We gave 5* https://t.co/Y3fjVKGUUs
LGBTQartsreview
@lgbtqarts
29 Jul
Emer O Connor
@EmerOConnorTell
29 Jul
#boyswillbeboys @bushtheatre @Bushhallmusic was brilliant last night. Closes Saturday, so worth grabbing tickets if you can
HannahPrice
@HannahPrice
29 Jul
Last chance to catch #BoysWillBeBoys by @HeadlongTheatre & @bushtheatre at #BushHall tonight and tomorrow.We gave 5* https://t.co/Y3fjVKGUUs
LGBTQartsreview
@lgbtqarts
29 Jul
AXM Management
@AXMgt
29 Jul
Remembering some of the messages left by friends #intheDome - we would do well to listen. https://t.co/VWhIBvBYev
Good Chance Theatre
@GoodChanceCal
29 Jul

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Boys Will Be Boys | Rehearsal Diary Week 4

We’re in tech for Boys Will Be Boys! Crikey, where has the time gone? This week Assistant Director Poppy Rowley talks about the power of being in a majority female rehearsal room. Why is it important that the majority of the team, onstage and off, on Boys Will Be Boys is female? Whilst this play explores…

Boys Will Be Boys | Gender performativity

We couldn’t really put on a play called Boys Will Be Boys without talking Judith Butler. This blog will give a very brief overview the arguments Butler put forward in her seminal work Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (1990). And when we fail at this we will turn to some cats to explain it. Because…

The Neighbourhood Project | Where are they now?

Our Community Producer, Amanda Castro, updates us on our community company. It’s been a month since we brought together a diverse group of people from the local community to devise and perform in The Neighbourhood Project, the Bush Theatre’s first community theatre production created with theatre company Look Left Look Right. Over six months we…