The End

By Jasmin Mandi-Ghomi
A Bush Community Production from the 14-17 Bush Young Company
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23 Aug to 24 Aug
World Premiere

“I just wanted to achieve something, mostly. Finally finish something. I thought that was gonna be school but…”

The end of the world is imminent. Trapped in the middle of nowhere with no sensible adult in sight, a group of classmates are determined to make the most of it and work out how to spend the rest of their lives.

Call home… finish a good book… the last supper? There are only a few hours left to make your dreams come true, and you might as well fess up to that thing you swore you’d take to the grave.

The End is a witty and tender story about friendship, impending loss and what really matters when you have less life ahead of you than you expected. The world premiere of a new play written by Bush Emerging Writers’ Group alum Jasmin Mandi-Ghomi, directed by Neetu Singh and performed by the new 14-17 Bush Young Company.

Jasmin’s commission forms part of Staged by Jerwood, which is supported by Jerwood Foundation.
Our Bush Young Company productions were made possible this year by the generous support of individuals who donated via our Big Give campaign. Our Bush Young Companies also received vital support this year from Hammersmith United Charities and The Christina Smith Foundation.

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Running time approx 55 minutes

Performed in

HOLLOWAY THEATRE (Bush Theatre's main space)

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Seating is unreserved.

Content warnings:

This show contains flashing lights, loud noises and moments of darkness.

The show also contains: discussion of death and grief, references to depression and anxiety and strong language.

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