Bush Associate Artists announced for 2018

Our Associate Artists programme is in its second year with an intake of three artists.

The Bush launched a new talent development strategy in 2017 designed to revolutionise the diversity and quality of artists and artistic leadership in the UK.

Each year, a new cohort of artists will become part of the fabric of the Bush.

This includes three Associate Artists on attachment to the Studio. They will work alongside three Project 2036 practitioners. The programme supports three exceptional individual artists or companies whose practice is focused on new writing and new work.

In 2017 our three Associate Artists were the following theatre companies:

Our new Associate Artists for 2018 include two companies and one independent artist:

Supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation and The Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation, the Associate Artists will be attached to our new Studio, which opened in March 2017 as part of the theatre’s major redevelopment.

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