How It Ended

by Hannah Khalil
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How many stings before it’s time to get out the swatter?

As the culmination of the Bush Theatre’s inaugural Project 2036, Writer Hannah Khalil (The Scar Test), Director Rikki Henry and Producer Alison Holder present How It Ended – a one-off theatrical event in the Bush Theatre’s new Studio.

Dee is dead. Bee killed her. But why? And how?

“Remember offence is always taken – never given. I didn’t try to offend you. You took offence.”

Think you’ve never been offended? It’s time to think again.

How it Ended features performers Nahel Tzegai and Eline van der Velden. Design is by Roanne Hathaway and video design by Rick Sims

Project 2036 is supported by the Leverhulme Trust.
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