Bush BEE Events

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We're thrilled to announce the launch of Bush BEE – an exciting new programme linking the Bush Theatre with our local Baltic and Eastern European communities. The programme kicks off this month with a fabulous line-up of BEE events taking place in the Shepherd's Bush area:

A panel discussion with footballer Kaspars Gorkss and actor Gediminas Adomaitis

Latvian QPR footballer Kaspars Gorkss and Lithuanian actor Gediminas Adomaitis will be talking to Bush BEE Project Coordinator Svetlana Dimcovic and Bush Associate Director Anthea Williams about life in London and what their heritage means to them.

Venue: Bush at the Library, 7 Uxbridge Road, W12 8LJ

Date: Wednesday 9 December at 8.30pm

Tickets: £5 including free glass of wine/soft drink

Live music from Why Not Here?

Catch the London based Polish/Bulgarian band who were recently featured on BBC's Newsnight, playing a mixture of rock songs and original material live at Vesbar

Venue: Vesbar, Goldhawk Road, W12 8QQ

Date: Wednesday 16 December at 10.00pm

Free: no bookings required

A Q&A with Marina Lewycka

Don't miss award winning novelist Marina Lewycka (author of A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian and Two Caravans) answering questions, signing books and reading from her new bestseller We Are All Made of Glue

Date: Saturday 19 December at 5.00pm

Venue: Bush at the Library, 7 Uxbridge Rd, W12 8LJ

Tickets: £5

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Lauren Clancy: “What can our next government do for the arts?”

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