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Building Tours

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18 Mar to 22 Mar

Be the first to explore the new Bush Theatre following our £4.3 million redevelopment.

Our architects, Haworth Tompkins, won the RIBA Stirling Prize for Liverpool Everyman.

Hear the story of how over the last year the Bush Theatre has transformed into an accessible and sustainable modern theatre for the future with more room for artists. Plus, learn about the history of the building – the Old Library of Shepherd’s Bush.

You’ll get to see inside the new Studio and refurbished Theatre, backstage into the dressing rooms and maybe even get a sneak peek of companies in rehearsals. There are bright new offices and you’ll visit the room where our writers will pen their plays.

The Bush Theatre is fully accessible. You can find out about what’s in each space and where everything is on our facilities page here.

Times & Prices

Details

Dates

18 March - 22 MarchFrom £0

Tours are free for everyone. Book early to avoid disappointment!

Saturday Matinees

18 March 1:00pm, 1:00pm, 1:00pm, 3:00pm, 5:00pmFrom £0

Tours are free for everyone. Book early to avoid disappointment!

Wednesday Matinees

22 March 9:00am, 1:00pmFrom £0

Tours are free for everyone. Book early to avoid disappointment!

Running time approx 45 minutes

Pricing info

We price tickets a little differently at Bush Theatre - here's how and why.

Access details

If you have any access needs please let us know via the box office when you book.

Contact the box office

Call us on 020 8743 5050 or email [email protected]


About your visit

How to get here, opening times, offers and concessions, and how to hire one of our wonderful spaces.

Visit our book shop

Play texts for many of our productions can be purchased online. Pop on over to our online book shop.

Did you know…

You can order food and drink when you book your ticket online? Simply add to your order when purchasing.

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