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BushGreen: A Meeting Place for Playwrights and Curious Others

Call out: tell us what you thought of Shifters

Writer of The Real Ones | Meet Waleed Akhtar

Writer of My Father’s Fable | Meet Faith Omole

Protest series 2024: first pieces released

A year of unforgettable stories – new season on sale now

Collaborating on The Cord: Dr Jess Heron & Bijan Sheibani

BUSHCYLING: How we’re improving our sustainability, one stage set at a time

“I keep coming back to sex and death – but, you know, in a fun way.” Meet Marcelo Dos Santos

Writer and star of Elephant | Meet Anoushka Lucas

Four explosive world premieres | 2023-24 at the Bush

Lynette Linton: Why does the industry treat community work so lightly?

Ruth Davey: Three years of uncertainty in the fundraising landscape

Kaiaa’s Pass It On Rehearsal Diary

New funding from Mayor of London to future-proof our green credentials

Hong Kong, 2019. A spark ignites.

2023 at the Bush Theatre

Introducing our new Executive Director: Mimi Findlay 

Meet the Writer: Matilda Feyiṣayọ Ibini

Meet our new Writer in Residence, Tanika Gupta: “Theatre will prevail”

Meet our Emerging Writers’ Group 2022

Our Emerging Writers’ Group (EWG) is in its eighth year with a new intake of six writers. Meet Valerie, Temi, Jasmin, Ted, Coral and Zak. There’s so much to say about our new Emerging Writers’ Group that we’ve asked them to introduce themselves along with their favourite piece of writing.  Valerie Isaiah Sadoh is a playwright…

Maryam Garad: Conscious Consumption | Green Week 2022

For our Green Week 2022, Bush Young Company Member Maryam Garad gives us a rundown of some simple ways we can all become more conscious consumers. Anyone with a conscience cares about the environment. We’ve all seen the facts, we’re all regularly inundated with pictures of overflowing landfills, and the threat of countries going underwater…

Coral Wylie: Keep Off the Grass | Green Week 2022

Our upcoming Studio show, The Kola Nut Does Not Speak English, explores connecting with heritage and ancestry through the language of plants. The central character, Tasha, attempts to find connection with a legacy of green-fingered women through her house plants – which she struggles to keep alive. To kick off #BushGreenWeek22, we asked actor, writer,…

Meet the Writer: Tania Nwachukwu

Bush team recommends: the best food in Shepherd’s Bush

Lauren Clancy: Extreme measures in a time of great uncertainty

Waleed Akhtar x Ryan Lanji | The P Word

 Writer and star Waleed Akhtar sat down with TV personality and cultural producer Ryan Lanji to talk representation, politics and the incredible response to The P Word. Ryan Lanji is a Cultural Producer and TV personality, who is currently appearing in BBC Three’s Proud Party Agency, and won Netflix’s Big Flower Fight. He also…

Celebrating 50 years: Coral Wylie

Celebrating 50 years: Jack Thorne

Work Experience Diary | Amina “I could experience that first-hand the genuine desire to make the arts accessible for all.”

I arrived, ready to start my work experience with little idea of what to expect. My knowledge of working in the arts and theatre is very limited. I was keen to get work experience in a theatre because I couldn’t find many resources to fully understand what it is like to have a role ‘behind…

Meet the writer: Will Jackson

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