In Conversation With Disgraced writer Ayad Akhtar

Sold out

An introduction to the thinking behind Disgraced, and an opportunity to hear the story behind the recipient of this year’s Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Ayad will be discussing his writing career, the exploration of Western Muslim identities in his work, and the impact that Disgraced has had in the US – and on his life.

Don’t miss this very special event.

In 2012 Ayad had both a sell out production of Disgraced in New York and the publication of his novel American Dervish which went on to be translated into 25 languages worldwide. Disgraced is his debut play and was recently announced as the winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Sarfraz Manzoor is a journalist, author and broadcaster whose articles have appeared in numerous national publications. A familiar voice on Radio 4, he has also been a commentator on shows including including Question Time, the Today programme and The Review Show.

This is a past event

@bushtheatre

@bushtheatre Much love to all and look forward to being back to see you guys soon x
Nikki Meadows CDG CDA
@nikkimcasting
01 Apr
It will be worth the wait! https://t.co/W8s3bBePfb
NIFTY NOEL
@NiftyNoel
01 Apr
The comeback will be even greater!! #LevelUp 💛 https://t.co/7Xk12uLI1G
May
@mayabdi_
01 Apr
Soon come... and it will be worth the wait. Big up the whole Level Up team. 💜💚 https://t.co/xHGiihXupJ
Lynette Linton
@LynetteLinton
01 Apr
If you were due to take part in this weekend's #AuditionsAccessFund free Audition Day @bushtheatre in partnership w… https://t.co/Izsi0WVscO
NationalYouthTheatre
@NYTofGB
30 Mar

Bush Green

Conversations, dispatches and ideas from the Bush Theatre.

Go to BushGreen
the lonely creative. by Robyn London

I have spent my life immersed in creativity.  As a guide, passion or perhaps what others may interpret as an unrealistic dream.  It is embedded within my earliest memories. It has nurtured my soul. There is beauty in the moments of creativity that healed parts of me, that I didn’t realise were broken. Memories of…

Our doors are closed for now, but our work continues

Following the latest government advice about Coronavirus, the Bush Theatre building is now temporarily closed to the public. It is with enormous sadness that we closed our doors, but the safety and wellbeing of our audiences, company, and staff is of utmost importance. Although our doors are closed, we are still committed to finding ways…

Women in Tech: An Interview with Technical Manager Amy Clarey

For International Women’s Day we are celebrating our very own Amy Clarey, who is Technical Manager at the Bush. Amy is responsible for leading the technical department in working across all productions, events and activity in the building. Traditionally when it comes to technical roles in theatre, women have often been sidelined and not given…