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BushGreen: A Meeting Place for Playwrights and Curious Others

Meet the Comedian: Shaun Keaveny

Striking & textured performance of #GuardsAtTheTaj Congrats @Darren_Kuppan @DannyAshok So beautifully realized by @jamielloyd @bushtheatre
Rebecca Yeo
30 Apr

Guards at the Taj: Your Thoughts

Tonight I met the @bushtheatre most dangerous member of staff : their black cat! A cuddling one! Naazah adorable one! What's the name? :-)
Nat Lecoq
30 Apr

Student Guide to Playwriting: Structure

Guards at the Taj.... A very touching and intense play at @bushtheatre... Wonderful performances by @DannyAshok and @Darren_Kuppan
29 Apr

Meet the Actor: Danny Ashok

Visited @bushtheatre after a long time today to see While We're Here by Barney Norris. Great studio space, such an… https://t.co/cVZ3BCOuMU
Amelia Landon
29 Apr

Ten Best Soutra Gilmour Stage Designs

★★★ 'A searching exploration of loneliness and reunion': #WhileWereHere at @bushtheatre https://t.co/Ni79pUyWoz https://t.co/Z7TN9Ar607
BroadwayWorld UK
29 Apr

Student Guide to Playwriting: Ideas

A Letter to Parv Bancil from Madani Younis: “You represented the spirit and the fight that has defined our struggle as artists”

Dear Parv, Just two weeks ago we were texting each other. You’d read my Guardian interview full of hope and provocation about the ‘diversity’ of our industry. You were impressed. We talked about your writing, new ideas and coming to see our new space. But your years of scribbled notes and plot lines will remain just…

Student Guide to Playwriting: Getting Started

Guide to Playwriting | Restrictions

City Guide: New York

Bush Associate Artists Takeover | Workshop Opportunities

Presenting the Bush Associate Artists 2017 Three Day Takeover During our housewarming week of celebrations the three Bush Associate Artists will takeover the building with workshops, sharings, research and development, socials and open space discussion. We’d like to invite you to join them. Everything is free! And unless there’s a sign-up form you can just…

Save Lyn Gardner’s Theatre Blog

As of 1 Apr 2017, Lyn Gardner’s contract to write 150 blogs a year will end due to Guardian cuts. The theatre blog is respected for national reach, support for rural, small-scale and touring theatre, alternative performance artforms, and a forward looking perspective. Lyn will continue to write reviews and 28,000 words of features. The wisdom and insight…

While We’re Here | Cast announced

Tessa Peake-Jones and Andrew French have been cast in While We’re Here. The world-premiere of While We’re Here by Barney Norris opens our brand new Studio. Tessa Peake-Jones plays Carol. She is most well-known for playing Raquel in the television series Only Fools and Horses. She returns to the Bush Theatre where she previously appeared in…

Invitation for women to take part in Bush Community Chorus

The Bush Theatre is looking for women of all ages and experiences to join writer Mojisola Adebayo and director Omar Elerian to work with a company of professional actors and take part in a performance of The Interrogation of Sandra Bland. Those taking part would be needed from 10am-10pm on either the 23, 24, or…

Work Experience Diary | Roseby

When my school announced that we had to start looking for work experience, all I knew is that I was determined not to work in a Tesco’s for the week. So, I was sure I’d struck gold when Amanda from the Bush Theatre’s community department emailed me back with the offer to work in their…

Guards at the Taj | Cast announced

Darren Kuppan and Danny Ashok have been cast in Guards at the Taj. Guards at the Taj takes as its starting point an enduring legend and prompts contemporary questions about art and privilege. Darren Kuppan plays Babur. His theatre credits include Cymbeline (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre), The Tempest (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre), Cast The Light (Walk The Plank),…

Drama ideas for World Book Day 2017

Black Lives, Black Words | Six short plays announced

Landmark Gay Plays #3 Kiss of the Spiderwoman

Work Experience Diary | Cat

Landmark Gay Plays #2 Angels in America

Landmark Gay Plays #1 Beautiful Thing

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

How to get cheap theatre tickets at the Bush

What is absurd realism in theatre?

A challenge to The Stage to empower the artists of colour invisible to our industry

Community Intern Diary | Kwame’s Farewell

Hir | New York Reviews

Funding cuts to Creative Access are a disaster for building diverse theatre audiences – Madani Younis

Who is Nadia Fall?

Nadia Fall is a director. You might know her from productions at the National Theatre where she trained on the NT Studio’s Directors programme. For the NT she’s directed The Suicide, Our Country’s Good, Dara, Chewing Gum Dreams, Home, Hymn, The Doctor’s Dilemma. She also directed Disgraced at the Bush Theatre in 2013, which was “devastatingly effective” (What’s On…

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