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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Shakespeare's Globe
@The_Globe
25 Aug
@bushtheatre @BushGreenLive (which I do all the time but he always says no.)
Chris Thompson
@lechris_t
25 Aug
@bushtheatre @BushGreenLive or someone asking Rob to put his vicar's outfit on again.
Chris Thompson
@lechris_t
25 Aug
@bushtheatre @BushGreenLive this sounds like fun. *sets up fake Twitter account in anticipation*
Chris Thompson
@lechris_t
25 Aug
@bushtheatre thanks guys ❤️
HighTide Theatre
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25 Aug
Two weeks today, HighTide Festival 2016 opens! Enjoy this fantastic August-only ticket offer by calling 01728 573101 https://t.co/V9zaGBR7hB
HighTide Theatre
@_HighTide_
25 Aug

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