Lock-in at the Bush: OMAR in LOVESONG

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UK Soul Legend OMAR in LOVESONG
Plus special guests: Anoushka Lucas and Michaela the Poet

Womanising soul singer Oscar is a spiritual tailspin- drugs, loose women and poxy p.a.’s in barren nightclubs. Haunted by a lost love, Oscar is given one last chance in the least likely place imaginable.

An original script by award-winning playwright Ché Walker ( Been So Long- Young vic/ Fleshwound- Royal Court/ The Frontline- Shakespeare’s Globe) and featuring original songs by UK soul legend Omar – intimate, unplugged, this unmissable one man show is funny and tender, and a chance to see a great singer up close and personal.

The first LOCK- IN AT THE BUSH, a series of late night events at the Bush Bar

This is a past event

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Brilliant theatre with a brilliant opportunity. FINISH THAT PLAY. https://t.co/b03cPUU64l
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@paddyhughes89
30 Nov
Finally booked my ticket to watch Overflow at the @bushtheatre. Oh how I’ve missed it 🥺❤️
MDM 💙
@TheMakedah
30 Nov
Today, Monday blues are being combated by the GIF at the top of the @bushtheatre email about script submissions.
Barry Brett-McStay
@bazmcstay
30 Nov
I have just seen a run of #Overflowplay @bushtheatre. @reecelyons_ is incredible, @debbiehannan's direction is won… https://t.co/B3cFlwl4O3
Lynette Linton
@LynetteLinton
27 Nov
I honestly think this is the best theatre in London rn. https://t.co/NXI8cs0AlQ
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@ivelostlewis
27 Nov
I love poster day. Overflow posters up at @bushtheatre . @reecelyons_ looking incredible. Directed by Debbie Hanna… https://t.co/fuPfr51aeN
Travis
@travisalabanza
25 Nov

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