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@bushtheatre @mrJamesGraham @WiTAward @thishouseplay I love reading these! They are so reassuring & they help make writing less daunting.
Penny Bel
@bel_penny
17 Feb
Some of the entries we’ve had so far have seriously good TITLES. Titles are hard. Well done.
The WiT Award
@WiTAward
17 Feb
Katri Leikola
@katri_leikola
17 Feb
Could you be a theatre critic? Find out more about this great opportunity for a free theatre criticism scheme. https://t.co/MjY3pugCDO
Octagon Theatre
@octagontheatre
17 Feb
"I love research - I love interviewing people” HOW I WRITE, with @thishouseplay writer @MrJAMESGRAHAMhttps://t.co/6xZYyVjfCQ
The WiT Award
@WiTAward
17 Feb
New plays by #WinsomePinnock & @Rachel_Delahay reopen @bushtheatre in international project Black Lives, Black Word… https://t.co/mIH4F1Opml
Guildhall School
@guildhallschool
10 Feb

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Landmark Gay Plays #2 Angels in America

This month we’re looking back on some of the best gay plays ever made in honour of the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England and Wales and LGBT History Month in the UK. Angels in America (1993) by Tony Kushner Angels in America: A Gay Fantastia on National Themes is a state-of-the-nation that…

Landmark Gay Plays #1 Beautiful Thing

This month we’re looking back on some of the best gay plays ever made in honour of the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England and Wales and LGBT History Month in the UK. Beautiful Thing (1993) by Jonathan Harvey The comedic tale of teenagers in love is set during a heatwave on…

Poverty and Precision: Why theatre mustn’t neglect vanishing lives – Stewart Pringle

Stewart Pringle, Associate Dramaturg at the Bush, begins a series of articles for BushGreen by looking at the precision necessary to represent poverty on stage and difficulties around ‘poverty porn’. From Katherine Soper’s Wish List to Leo Butler’s Boy, he looks at unwitnessed lives in theatre. It seems that, already, 2017 is another year of the Big,…