A Bush Community Production

What do you treasure? Who do you admire? What great acts of kindness have you received? If you had to give the gift of a story, whose story would you tell?

Our Neighbourhood Company have been asking these questions of themselves, and venturing out to the Shepherds Bush community to find the people who are local treasures and unearth their acts of kindness and giving to others.

Alongside the Mudlarking: Audio Stories Exhibition, the group have been responding to this act with their own creative writing pieces. Join our Neighbourhood Company for two nights of poetry and spoken word in our intimate Script Library space.

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