Chaired by the Bush Theatre’s Associate Dramaturg, Rob Drummer, the panel included writer of the play James Graham, Professor of Political Theory Ruth Kinna, journalist Martin Bright, and George Mendelson. They discussed with our brilliant, switched-on audience whether anarchism can be considered a useful political ideology.
“The first lesson a revolutionary must learn is that he is a doomed man.”
Huey P. Newton
Want more? Our next BushGreen Live Debate will look at issues explored in The Invisible by Rebecca Lenkiewicz. We’ll ask a panel of experts why in an age of austerity we should defend legal aid. It will take place on the 22 July and is free to The Invisible ticket-holders, simply add it to your basket or call box office on 0208 743 5050.
ABOUT BUSHGREEN LIVE EVENTS
BushGreen Live is a series of events to enhance and complement the work on our stage. Taking a variety of formats, including late-night events and pre- and post-show debates, BushGreen Live events are incorporated into our programme, with the intention of offering a range of opportunities for writers, directors, creatives and interested audiences to engage more deeply with the Bush’s work. Find out more about BushGreen here.
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