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Anyone wants to understand a little more about politics of dissent In Britain should go see The Angry Brigade at @bushtheatre #angrybrigade
Martin Bright
27 May
@bushtheatre ... putting the set back together! 💥💥💥
Paul Tebbutt
27 May
Today's #theatrenews: @bushtheatre #TheInvisible cast led by Niall Buggy & Alexandra Gilbreath
27 May
In love with the Bush Theatre, need to go back asap @bushtheatre
Jack Whitney
27 May
The Angry Brigade was incredible. Was left speechless. Catch it at @bushtheatre if you can!
27 May
@bushtheatre I guess that is what I get from attempting to book with my phone. I'll do it when I am at a computer. Thanks
Crystal Noll
27 May

Bush Green

Conversations, dispatches and ideas from the Bush Theatre.

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The Invisible: meet the cast

Rehearsals for The Invisible kick off this week! Take a moment to get to know the exceptional group of actors now gathered in our building to work on the play with director Michael Oakley and playwright Rebecca Lenkiewicz. The show opens for previews 3 July and runs through to 15 August. Nicholas Bailey plays Ken You may…

James Graham on Anarchy

“Get pissed, destroy” scream the Sex Pistols in the closing notes of Anarchy in the UK, their first single release. The young London revolutionaries hanging out in the bookshops of Camden and the communes of Notting Hill might not have recognised themselves in that sentiment. Their movement was not about mindless rioting; theirs was an…

City Guide: Cape Town

A guide to Cape Town written by RADAR 2013 playwright Amy Jephta (Free Falling Bird). Best place to see new plays, new work and why… Alexander Bar Upstairs a tiny, 60 seater theatre space above an always-busy bar. They showcase new work, work in progress, any and all genres, shows rotate nightly and rarely run…