A year of unforgettable stories – new season on sale now

Stories from all corners of our city that speak to the highs, lows and beautiful messiness of being human.

From the seedy underbelly of cryptocurrency to breathless forbidden kisses on street corners – our new season is going to take you on a journey.

We’re all about launching and sustaining careers for the most exciting talent around, and 2024 is delivering writers you’ll know and writers we know you’re going to want to know. Urgent, joyful, hopeful stories. Fiery debuts. Explosive second plays. Introducing our 2024 season.


Tickets start at £25 in the Holloway Theatre & £15 in the Studio.
You can get the best seats for less by grabbing a season ticket, joining as a member or nabbing one of a limited number of Count Me In seats.
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My Father’s Fable

A tense and gripping story of family secrets, grief and belonging from Alfred Fagon Award winner Faith Omole, with a cast including BAFTA-winner Rakie Ayola. Directed by Rebekah Murrell (J’ouvert, West End).

Holloway Theatre, 15 Jun til 27 Jul 2024 | Book here

The Real Ones

An honest and confronting love letter to platonic soulmates, reuniting the creators of Olivier winning sensation The P Word. Written by Waleed Akhtar and directed by Anthony Simpson-Pike.

Holloway Theatre, 6 Sep til 19 Oct 2024 | Book here

Wolves on Road

A fast, funny and furious deep-dive into the mysterious world of cryptocurrency where ambition and hope come at a price. Written by Beru Tessema (House of Ife), directed by Daniel Bailey who returns to the Bush following the success of Red Pitch, and co-produced with Tamasha.

Holloway Theatre, 9 Nov til 21 Dec 2024 | Book here

Lavender, Hyacinth, Violet, Yew

A beautiful exploration of what family means to who we are and the heritage of queer history. The debut play from Emerging Writers’ Group alum Coral Wylie, directed by Debbie Hannan (Overflow). Part of our artist development programme Staged by Jerwood, supported by the Jerwood Foundation.

Holloway Theatre, February 2025 | On sale soon


The witty, lyrical and honest story of love and loss written and performed by Bush Young Company alum Azan Ahmed (Deen & Dunya, The Father and The Assassin). Directed by Esme Allman (Delectably Red, Roundhouse) and produced by Two Magpies Productions (Duck, Arcola).

Studio, 9 Oct til 9 Nov 2024 | Book here


A dazzling almost-love-story about a chance meeting that changes everything. Written by Eleanor Tindall (Before I Was A Bear, Soho) and directed by Emily Aboud (Pink Lemonade). From Broccoli Arts and Jessie Anand Productions, the producers of Bush Studio record-breaking hit This Might Not Be It.

Studio, 19 Nov til 21 Dec 2024 | Book here

Two new Bush Young Company shows

The Bush Young Companies return to the main stage in August with COMMUNION, co-created with the 18-25 Young Company and director Katie Greenall, followed by the 14-17 Young Company in The End, a new commission for the Young Company by Emerging Writers’ Group alumnus Jasmin Mandi-Ghomi, as part of our artist development programme Staged by Jerwood supported by the Jerwood Foundation.

Studio, 19 Nov til 21 Dec 2024 | On sale soon

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