The Invisible: BushGreen Live Debate

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  In an age of austerity, why defend legal aid?

Join us for a BushGreen Live Debate inspired by issues explored in The Invisible.  

Panel includes Richard Miller, solicitor and Head of Legal Aid at the Law Society; Sue James, social justice campaigner and supervising solicitor at Hammersmith & Fulham Law Centre; Fiona Bawdon, a journalist, campaigner and researcher and editor of Legal Action magazine; and Karina Kaur, Advocacy Services Co-ordinator/Manager at Southall Black Sisters. Full panel to be announced shortly.

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ABOUT BUSHGREEN LIVE EVENTS
BushGreen Live is a series of events to enhance and complement the work on our stage. Taking a variety of formats, including late-night events and pre- and post-show debates, BushGreen Live events are incorporated into our programme, with the intention of offering a range of opportunities for writers, directors, creatives and interested audiences to engage more deeply with the Bush’s work.

This is a past event

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LOVED being on a panel with @twilkeyway chatting all things queer a little while back. Absolutely can't wait to see… https://t.co/6I8Q9a6a0m
Rebecca Usher
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28 Jan
@CamdenPT @bushtheatre Thanks for the shoutout guys I love CPT a lot a lot 🙌
Margaret Perry
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28 Jan
From award-winning Irish writer Margaret Perry, Collapsible is the hilarious, multi-award winning new play about ho… https://t.co/kyhKfGcTde
Camden People's Theatre
@CamdenPT
28 Jan
Getgo Culture
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28 Jan
There's far too much on in Feb, but I'm seriously excited to see The High Table (@bushtheatre), Pass Over (… https://t.co/BH4bWeNGG6
Zoë Paskett🏳️‍🌈
@ZoePaskett
28 Jan
We’re currently looking for volunteers from the Muslim community who identify as Deaf or disabled,to join a London… https://t.co/GShrtcKc1H
Graeae Theatre
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27 Jan

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