Mush and Me & RADAR Debate

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Part of Radar 2014

RADAR is the Bush Theatre's annual festival of new writing, featuring new shows, sneak peeks and a host of late-night events. Every night is different, so scroll down to see what's included in your ticket.

Mush and Me

by Karla Crome
Presented by Lip Sink, Francesca Clark Productions in collaboration with Richard Jordan Productions
He had two sons. Isaac AND Ishmael. And Ishmael branched out a bit. He went to live in the desert, got married, had children. Then, a few hundred years later, the prophet is born and boom. It’s Islam. So me and you are actually related.

A Jew and a Muslim walk into a bar… People talk. Rumours spread. In Wetherspoons and hotel rooms, two young believers are reluctantly falling in love. Cultural pressures and contemporary life collide in this funny new love story by Karla Crome. A story about faith, family and bacon butties. Winner of the Ideas Tap Underbelly Edinburgh Award and Holden Street Adelaide Fringe Award.

 


 

RADAR Debate

Is the media helping or harming feminism?

Panel includes:

  • Karla Crome (Writer of Mush and Me)
  • Yasmeen Khan (Writer, Broadcaster and PR consultant)
  • Yas Necati (Blogger and Activist)
  • Sam Asumadu (Documentary Filmmaker and Campaigner, Founder of Media Diversified)
  • Brigitte Aphrodite (Artist/Theatre Maker, My Beautiful Black Dog)

RADAR Debate is a post-show event with a difference. Part of our BushGreen Live programme, Debates open up the theatre to a whole host of special guests and are designed to offer audiences lively debate around the work on stage.

 


Cast, Creatives and Credits

Mush and Me
Writer Karla Crome
Created by Karla Crome, Daniella Isaacs and Rosy Banham
Cast Daniella Isaacs, David Mumeni
Director Rosy Banham
Producer Francesca Clark
Dramaturg Joel MacCormack
Designer Carla Goodman
Composer David Ridley
Lighting Designer Chris Withers
Collaborative Producer Richard Jordan
From a concept and idea developed with Daniella Isaacs and Rosy Banham. Produced by Lip Sink, Francesca Clark Productions in collaboration with Richard Jordan Productions

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