Sea Wall at the Bush’s New Home

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Please join us on the 29th of March at the Bush Theatre’s new home for this unforgettable evening and become a Rising Star of the Bush. The evening will include cocktails and canapés before the performance and a superb SEA WALL soirée afterwards

Doors open at 7pm for drinks.Performance at 8pm
Post show soirée from 8:45pm

The Old Shepherds Bush Library, 7 Uxbridge Road, Shepherds Bush W12 Shepherds Bush Market. First ten bookers receive a signed copy of Simon Stephens’s anthology Plays: 2.

Tickets are £350 per double which includes a Rising Star Annual Bush Membership.

Existing supporters may purchase tickets for £125 each. All proceeds will go to support the Bush Theatre

RISING STAR MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

Become part of an elite family of supporters that help the Bush discover and promote the best new writing in Britain and receive:

  • 2 complimentary tickets and 4 discount vouchers each year for Bush productions
  • Invitations to Supporters’ Evenings and post-show Q&A with the cast and creative team
  • Exclusive booking line with the Development Department and Guaranteed Booking Period
  • Special offers for Bush events such as Quiz night
  • Invitations to exclusive events and access to supporters’ facilities
  • Credit in theatre foyer, play texts, and on the Bush website
This is a past event 29 Mar 2011
Playwright

Cast

Simon Stephens

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25 May
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25 May
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25 May

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