Keep a Light On For Those Who Are Lost – Online

By Abigail Graham & Titas Halder with Neighbourhood Company & Cayvan Coates

Keep a Light On For Those Who Are Lost, is a dark fairytale inspired by experiences of the past year, the importance of rituals and the desire to reach out to the ones we love.

Since October 2020, Bush Theatre’s resident adult company, the Neighbourhood Company have been working online with Director Abigail Graham and Writer Titas Halder. Sadly it hasn’t been possible to create a play for live performance, however wishing to still find a way to reach out with a piece of storytelling, we have created an audio-visual installation in our building.

Telling our stories in these new ways were only possible to tell by collaborating with Anna Clock (Sound and Music), Melanie Frances (Digital Artist), Isha Shah (Photographer) and Jai Morjaria (Lighting Design).

We hope you enjoy your journey through the forest.

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Keep a Light On For Those Who Are Lost – Online is a digital installation, featuring audio, images and video content, as well as moments where you navigate a digital environment with your mouse or keyboard. It is available on-demand worldwide.

The piece is best experienced on a desktop or laptop computer and using headphones, however you can also use a phone or tablet. Find out more.

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Keep a Light On For Those Who Are Lost Pre-Show Information

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Lead Artist & Director
Sound Designer
Digital Artist


Vic Visvanathan
Titi Negussie
Suzanne Iwai
Naomi Westerman
Konnie Zarnaveli
Josiane Madron
Jo Cooklin
Emma Songeur
Carol Dawes
Cayvan Coates
Training: RADA Television Credits include: The Chelsea Detective (BBC), Vera (ITV) Theatre Credits include: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (UK Tour/National Theatre) Workshops include: Fence (Finborough Theatre) Credits while training: Into the Woods, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, You Can, Linda
Anthony Smith
Annabel Spinks-Jones
Alla Ja
Ade Akinwande


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