Big Bargain Bookshop at the Bush

Nick Hern Books

Theatre publishers Nick Hern Books are bringing their first-ever pop-up bookshop to the Bush Theatre for two days only – so come on down to browse and choose from a massive range of playscripts and books all at amazing, one-off bargain prices, with hundreds available for just £2!

Whether you’re eager to broaden your theatre knowledge, on the hunt for a new monologue, or seeking creative inspiration for your own work, you’re bound to find the perfect books for you. Pick up playscripts by some of today’s most renowned writers, as well as exciting emerging voices – who knows, you might discover your new favourite playwright…

There’ll also be a wide selection of inspiring, practical books – to help you learn new skills, brush up on existing ones, and support your own work and career – as well as fascinating theatre autobiographies, interview collections, criticism and more. Stock will be strictly limited so don’t miss out as once it’s gone, it’s gone!

Plus, 25% of the proceeds from all books sold will go to theatrical charity Acting for Others, to help provide financial and emotional support to all theatre workers in times of need.

The Big Bargain Bookshop will be open from 12 noon to 7.30pm on both Friday and Saturday. The Library Bar will also be open all day for refreshments, so come along to browse, get recommendations from the NHB team, and take home some theatrical gems at unbeatable prices.

Please note: you don’t need to book tickets to visit our Big Bargain Bookshop – just turn up.

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