#PullUpOrShutUp: Our Statistics

We’re responding to Theatre Action’s call to #PullUpOrShutUp with a snapshot of our most recent data from 2019/20.

The Bush exists to celebrate and reflect the many different communities of our incredible city. We know there are areas of representation where we need to do better. We will follow up with an action plan to address the areas where we need to be more reflective of our city. This will follow when we have a fuller working team.

Pull Up or Shut Up: Our statistics

Click here for a PDF version of the statistics

When publishing data on groups of fewer than 10 we have shared fewer categories to ensure our data does not risk identifying individuals.

Please note: Staff data does not include Front of House staff or Casual staff. Data on our freelance workforce only includes in-house productions and co-productions. Our equality monitoring surveys are optional and where staff have preferred not to disclose this information we have indicated it in our table.

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