Open House

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Bush Theatre is part of Open House London. For one day only you are invited to come for a guided tour around the building from top to bottom which ends with an exhibition of Bush Theatre memorabilia.
Open House London celebrates all that is best about the capital’s buildings, places and neighbourhoods.

Every September, it gives a unique opportunity to get out and under the skin of London’s amazing architecture, with over 700 buildings of all kinds opening their doors to everyone – all for free.

On the day of Open House you are able to book tickets for The Herd matinee (1430) and evening at (1930) and the café bar will be open from 1100 to 2300.

Londonopenhouse.org

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from the producing masterclass last weekend with the babes @ShawabIqbal at @bushtheatre 💫 https://t.co/3fDVBMAGVz
tobes
@bobimono
20 Jan
Had a lot of fun writing this. (I promise next time I'll make it more profound 😂) Big ups @bushtheatre fam for the… https://t.co/tJAuJgRttj
Benedict Lombe
@benelombe
20 Jan
Casey Bailey
@MrCaseyBailey
20 Jan
What's this? Another brilliant blog from one of our Emerging Writers' Group members? 💚 https://t.co/WfxofBUihF
Deirdre O'Halloran
@deirdre_OH
20 Jan
@bushtheatre for their sensational show The Arrival, which concluded its run last Saturday. A play of extraordinar… https://t.co/T7J8pOoC7Q
Jonathan F K Neill
@JonathanFKNeill
20 Jan
Decided this week I wanted to go to the theatre. It’s been a while and despite being a bit skint atm I booked a tkt… https://t.co/BlYpnx0HHY
Romica Sharma
@romicasharma
18 Jan

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