50 WAYS TO LEAVE YOUR LOVER AT CHRISTMAS

It's back – even funnier, filthier and with added festive frolics.

There are a million ways to tell someone it's over, and where better than under the mistletoe? The Latitude Festival smash hit returns to the Bush following a sell-out Summer run – updated and reinvented for Christmas.

A crazy cocktail of characters and stories created by six of the Bush's hottest playwrights explores every aspect of the break-up, whether hilarious or heartbreaking. Guaranteed to strike a Yuletide chord with anyone who's ever loved and left.

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Choreographer
Direction
Lighting
Designer
Sound Designer

Cast

Ralf Little

Theatre for the Bush includes: 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover.

Other theatre includes: Stacy (Trafalgar Studios); On The Ceiling (Garrick); Billy Liar (ATG); Notes on Falling Leaves, Presence (Royal Court).

TV includes: Married Single Other, Massive, Miss Marple, Robin Hood, Heartbeat, The Royle Family, Brief Encounters, Two Pints of Lager & A Packet of Crisps, The Eustace Bros, Pear Shaped North Face of the Eiger, Paradise Heights, The Bill, Always & Everyone, Flint Street Nativity, Bostockis Cup.

Film includes: Powder, Telstar, The Waiting Room, Frozen, 24 Hour Party People, Al’s Lads.

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Michelle Terry

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