The Tiger who came to STORYSTOCK

Story Studio
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Part of STORYSTOCK 2016

Settle down with our STORYSTOCK storyteller to celebrate the wonderful world of Judith Kerr with all your favourite stories.

Listen to Mog’s Adventures, The Tiger Who Came to Tea and find out what happens in Judith’s new book, The Crocodile Under the Bed. A lovely interactive storytelling session for our younger audience, with special character appearances!

This is a past event 17 Feb 2016 to 19 Feb 2016


Ben See
14 Dec
BIGtime recommend catching #ParliamentSquare at @bushtheatre while you can. Fantastic play which fills the mind wit…
Ben See
14 Dec
starring camilla whitehill as jack frost
14 Dec
The @bushtheatre christmas staff party today was lit!, all this in a week as Production Intern? #Maud
14 Dec
Theatre Weekly
14 Dec
Saw #ParliamentSquare last night @bushtheatre - beautifully put together with an exceptional performance from…
Josh Whatsize
14 Dec

Bush Green

Conversations, dispatches and ideas from the Bush Theatre.

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Why writers’ faces matter: “A radical interpretation of what theatre looks like now”

Zain Dada, our Community Intern, on why seeing the faces of the writers we programme matters. He looks forward to the Bush Theatre’s 2018 Season. “Diversity,” a term so egregiously applied that its usage has become a tired refrain in the arts and cultural sector.  Once arts institutions, galleries and theatres catch on to terminology, language…

Meet the Playwright: James Fritz

We spent a few minutes chatting to James Fritz. His new play Parliament Square won a Judge’s Award in the Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting. He’s also written Four Minutes Twelve Seconds, which had a West End transfer, and Ross & Rachel. Why did you write Parliament Square? When I started writing it a couple of years ago it…

Meet the Director: Jude Christian

We caught up with theatre director Jude Christian on her first day at the Bush in rehearsals for Parliament Square which premiered at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, earlier in 2017. She’s directed Lela & Co and Bodies both at the Royal Court and is an associate artist at the Gate Theatre. What compels you…