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Reading Group

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21 Mar
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Join members of the local community to discuss a current play text.

A relaxed time of reading, listening and discussion which makes the Reading Group a great place to meet people in and around Shepherd’s Bush.

You’ll be reading Guards at the Taj plus some poetry. You don’t need to be a strong reader or have any acting experience.

The group is lead by the Bush Community Producer, Amanda Castro, in partnership with the Reading Association. It will be held in our Playtext Library.

Please only book if you are a resident of Hammersmith & Fulham Borough.

The group will continue to meet regularly throughout the term at the Bush Theatre. Details to follow for those who sign-up!

Times & Prices

Details

Dates

21 March 10:30amFrom £0

Our Reading Group is completely free to attend. The Cafe Bar will be open.

Library

Running time approx 1 hours 30 minutes

Pricing info

We price tickets a little differently at Bush Theatre - here's how and why.

Access details

The Bush Theatre is fully accessible

If you have any access needs please let us know when you book.

Call the box office on 020 8743 5050 or email [email protected]


About your visit

How to get here, opening times, offers and concessions, and how to hire one of our wonderful spaces.

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Play texts for many of our productions can be purchased online. Pop on over to our online book shop.

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