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Radar Platforms: BREAKING WALLS – BUILDING BRIDGES

20 inspiring talks by leading thinkers and practitioners about innovation and change in the arts, culture and society.

Each dynamic platform event features 5 speakers who take the stage for 10 minutes each.

Join us as we challenge the status quo, stretch our imaginations, and think the unthinkable.

DATES AND DETAILS

Opening Night
Wednesday 6 November, 7.30pm – £10 for entry to both the platform and Heartache.Heartbreak by Bryony Kimmings (includes £10 Under26/ Bush Connect tickets)
Madani Younis (Artistic Director, the Bush Theatre)
Inua Ellams (poet, playwright and performer)
Louise Stern (writer)
Alison Tickell (CEO of Julie’s Bicycle)
David Osa Amadasun (Freelance Development Officer)

Platform 2
Thursday 14 November, 5pm – £3
Lucy Ellinson (performer)
Kieran Hurley (playwright and performer)
Anthea Lawson (campaigner at Global Witness)
Nir Paldi (co-Artistic Director of Theatre Ad Infinitum)
Florence Jumpp (Kids Company)
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Why not stay for the evening show?
Chalk Farm by Kieran Hurley and AJ Taudevin?

Platform 3
Tuesday 19 November, 5pm – £3
Jon Spooner (co-Artistic Director of Unlimited Theatre)
Francois Matarasso (writer and independent researcher)
Amardeep Sohi (writer and critic)
Ty (hip-hop artist)
Gemma Cairney (DJ and BBCR1 Weekend Breakfast Show host)
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Why not stay for the evening show, Venus/Mars by Patrice Etienne?

Platform 4
Thursday 21 November, 5pm – £3
Maddy Costa and Jake Orr (Dialogue)
Steve Tompkins (architect)
Rikki Beadle-Blair (playwright and director)
Jonathan Holmes (Artistic Director of Jericho House)
BOOK NOW
Why not stay for the evening double bill, Mess by Caroline Horton & Where The White Stops by ANTLER?

RADAR Platforms are generously sponsored by Oberon Books

This is a past event

@bushtheatre

Absolutely LOVED chatting to @RashDashTheatre about how they make work ! Felt so inspired to take up more space &… https://t.co/lObypuWhVH
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@twilkeyway
14 Oct
Review: Richard Gadd's superb Baby Reindeer is now open at the Bush Theatre - 'a bleakly adrenalised roar of a show… https://t.co/4kgTNpjqt4
Time Out Theatre
@TimeOutTheatre
14 Oct
Read our ★★★★★ review of Richard Gadd's "stunning" new show Baby Reindeer, now at the Bush Theatre @bushtheatrehttps://t.co/y7XuolGwXx
The Stage
@TheStage
14 Oct
Thanks for having us @bushtheatre! We going to miss you (and Pirate 😸) Off to @CamdenPT next... @GameshowTheatrehttps://t.co/LUCYps25Ri
Leda_Dougz
@lrdougz
12 Oct
Admiration @MrRichardGadd ! #BabyReindeer @bushtheatre Mesmerising witty sharp energetic & some light moments. With… https://t.co/dmsKha8Xcc
Karen
@MrsOsmond_
12 Oct
#BabyReindeer at @bushtheatre is unbelievable. Stunning stunning stunning. No one does it like @MrRichardGadd. We don’t deserve him tbh.
Susan Wokoma
@susan_wokoma
12 Oct

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