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Because life might just take you somewhere you don't want to go

Check in for this turbulent black comedy about love, loneliness and how we shape our future.

Lucy thinks she's finally cracked the love thing – Joe, her handsome

American boyfriend is moving over to London. So how come he seems to be heading for the emergency exit? Lucy's best friend Scarlet is on an endless carousel of losers, users and married men. Her Dad just thinks we're all better off flying solo.

But when mysterious Kiwi Gabriel arrives in their midst and starts showing an unhealthy interest in Lucy, it seems that everyone's baggage is finally coming out on display.

What does it take to escape the past? And what can you do when people just make you sick?

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Susannah Doyle
Peter Jonfield
Eric Loren
Celia Robertson
Gideon Turner

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Moving, involving, powerful writing in The Arrival by #bijanshebani @bushtheatre and excellent acting. Go see it. https://t.co/LWqLOwKoZu
✨Tessa Stuart ✨
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14 Dec
@bushtheatre OMG. it’s transcendental
Christina
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14 Dec
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Heather Johnson
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14 Dec
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Emily Renée
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14 Dec
Blown away by 'I wanna be Yours' @bushtheatre - beautiful writing, sound and movement, depth of thought with light… https://t.co/VEElcakZ9o
Heather Johnson
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14 Dec
Direct from @WithinHerWords1: The language paired with lyrical movement that drives the emotion in #IWannaBeYours a… https://t.co/m5r9Ao0S9s
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Lauren Clancy: “What can our next government do for the arts?”

In two days’ time the country will head to the polls to decide who our next government will be. While this will be a pivotal moment for the nation in many ways, at the Bush we are keenly aware of the shared responsibility of the sector to ensure arts and culture sit firm on our…

Bijan Sheibani: Drama is a means of finding our truer selves

I have been asked in the past whether male vulnerability is a running theme in my work.  Barber Shop Chronicles and The Brothers Size, two plays I recently directed, and my play The Arrival, all look at the way men open themselves up to one another and the difficulties men have in doing that. They also explore to varying degrees…

Essential facts about Bijan Sheibani

This autumn we’re preparing for the World Premiere of The Arrival which sees Award-Winning director Bijan Sheibani make his debut as a playwright. As we prepare to open this gripping family drama about two brothers meeting for the first time, we wanted give you some essential facts about the mastermind behind this show. Bijan is…