Performing Protest

Sold out

Politically active? Do you love being creative?

Speak up.
Make your voice heard.
Demand the impossible.

Join passionate local artists and the Bush Theatre to create a short film of spoken word about the issues that matter to YOU!

To be eligible, you should be 16-25 year olds (D.O.B required) and a resident of one of the following Boroughs: Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster, Harrow, Brent or Ealing.

You must be available on the following dates:
Sat 25 Nov 1-6pm
Sat 2 Dec 1-6pm
Sat 9 Dec 10am–5pm

This is a past event
Film Maker
Artist

@bushtheatre

Huge thank you to @TheKonsept who came to chat with my reading group @NottmPlayhouse this morning about Leave Takin… https://t.co/ozW1KnktSe
Hannah Stone
@Hannahlucystone
24 Feb
@bushtheatre Done! Thank you for the extra releases ☺️
Kudzanayi Chiwawa
@KudziChiwawa
23 Feb
Find out more about our Writing for Live Performance Course, with Joel Horwood and Yolanda Mercy @yolandamercy Cou… https://t.co/MWOvmDx56x
WiseChildren
@Wise_Children
28 Jan
YESSSSS @ZoePaskett you legend! 😍😍😍😍 https://t.co/fuoyPtHHlz
Timothée Chalamorley’s
@AdomahHolly
17 Feb
Such an honour to write something for one of my favourite places 💚 https://t.co/L9hoNThtjG
Zoë Paskett🏳️‍🌈
@ZoePaskett
17 Feb
@bushtheatre @ZoePaskett Great article. Thanks Bush & Zoe!
englishruns
@englishruns
17 Feb

Bush Green

Conversations, dispatches and ideas from the Bush Theatre.

Go to BushGreen
Zoe Paskett: five seminal plays about queer women, by queer women

For LGBTQ+ History Month we reached out to arts journalist and editor Zoe Paskett to share her five seminal plays about queer women, written by queer women. Zoe is a freelance writer who previously worked for Evening Standard, where she covered some of the most exciting cultural activities in London – from theatre, comedy, and…

Our doors are closed for now, but our work continues

Due to the latest government COVID-19 restrictions, the Bush Theatre building is now temporarily closed to the public.   Thank you to everyone who has been able to visit and support us since we reopened. It was a joy to be able to welcome you back into our spaces.  We are determined to find ways…

A conversation with Julie Spencer

As the first Black woman to take up a senior role in a UK conservatoire, Julie Spencer made history as Director of the School of Acting at ArtsEd.  Her appointment has already seen huge change, with 58% of the 2019/20 intake of students on the BA Acting Course identifying as Black, Asian or minority ethnic.…