Jen Brister

Ever wanted to know the meaning of life? No, neither has Jen, she’s too busy trying to stop her twins from using her shoes as a toilet. Still, we’re only on this planet for a finite time, wouldn’t it be good to find a bit of meaning in your otherwise pointless existence? Join Jen as she clutches at all the straws trying to make sense of it all.

“This is as near perfect stand up as I have seen”
ScotsGay.co.uk ★★★★★

“Blisteringly funny”
List ★★★★

“A confident and charismatic performer”
Edinburgh Evening News ★★★★

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@bushtheatre

The brilliant @AmbreenRazia on the many hats she wears and the stories that spur her on! https://t.co/IeZ1WTAEVY
Deirdre O'Halloran
@deirdre_OH
06 Apr
@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.

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Ambreen Razia: ‘Show the West the pain they’ve caused…the colonial trauma inflicted on your ancestors’

Monday – ‘I hid his firearms’ she said through her chestnut eyes, her finger tips lightly touching one another, blonde highlights through her Pakistani hair, each strand telling me who she used to be. ‘This country’s failed me’, her words bouncing off her majesty’s walls, I sit opposite her with my name, she sits opposite…

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 theatre is closed, we are still committed to finding ways…