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Monday 13 February



by Reg Cribb | directed by Daniel Schlusser

Trapped by the curse of Mt. Ragged, an ageing poet stows away in the suburbs of Sydney beneath a cloud of black cockatoos, until an unwelcome visitor comes along and unearths a dark secret.

Wednesday 15 February



by Jon Atli Jonasson | directed by Will Kerley

'When you're out at sea it's hard to keep secrets. Even from yourself.'

An extraordinary tale based on J

This is a past event 13 Feb 2006 to 17 Feb 2006


Lisa McDonald
Bo Poraj
Paul Ready
Roderick Smith
Will Strange
Alan Williams
Daniel Bayle
Sophia Hall
Paul Moriarty
Paul Boyle
Eileen Walsh
Raquel Cassidy
Joanne McInnes
Andrew French actor Bush theatre while we're here
Andrew French
Andrew French plays Eddie. He last appeared at the Bush in I Like Mine with a Kiss. His other stage credits include: This Flesh of Mine/When Nobody Returns (Border Crossings), The Iphegenia Quartet (The Gate), Bully Boy (Mercury Theatre Colchester), Boi Boi Is Dead (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Roundabout Season (Paines Plough), Refugee Boy (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Julius Caesar (RSC), Six Characters In Search Of An Author (Aquila Theatre Usa), Measure For Measure (Almeida Theatre), Monster (Royal Exchange Manchester), As You Like It (Wyndhams Theatre London), Reference To Salvador Dali...(Arcola/Young Vic London),The Taming Of The Shrew (Nottingham Playhouse), Merchant Of Venice (Royal National Theatre), Troilus And Cressida (Royal National Theatre), The Merchant Of Venice (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre), Things Fall Apart (West Yorkshire/Royal Court Theatre), The Tempest (Nottingham Playhouse Theatre), The Tempest (Shared Experience).


Saw #Misty @bushtheatre last night. Oh. My. Word. One of the best things I've seen in a long time! @BeholdArinze is…
Niall Ransome
17 Mar
Attempting some #Mistytheplay Balloon cookies for Monday tech notes - not quite as smart on the icing as I was hopi…
Michael Ager
18 Mar
#Project2036: conversations that investigate ideas of power in theatre + the ways in which it intersects w/ gender,…
Skin Deep
18 Mar
#ArinzeKene is one of the most talented people I know - poet singer actor rapper playwright, the original renaissan…
Mia Bays
18 Mar
Finally @bushtheatre to appreciate the new developments, architecturally and artistically
Claire French
17 Mar
Can’t wait to watch #Misty @bushtheatre tonight! Gonna be ace.
Paul Smith
17 Mar

Bush Green

Conversations, dispatches and ideas from the Bush Theatre.

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Misty: The Music Behind Arinzé Kene’s Play

Misty by writer and performer Arinzé Kene blends gig theatre, spoken word, live art and direct address. We asked Arinzé about the music that inspired Misty, a play that confronts the assumptions underpinning the act of telling a story on stage. He delivers an epic, lyrical journey through inner city London. “We do touch on both…

Work Experience Diary | Myla “I honestly hadn’t the slightest idea what to expect”

Myla took part in a week of work experience at the Bush. Here she recounts her experience of reading scripts, booking the Artistic Director’s international travel and helping manage a front of house crisis. As I walked up the stairs to the entrance to Bush Theatre, I honestly hadn’t the slightest idea what to expect…

Your Thoughts: The B*easts

BAFTA-winning actress Monica Dolan brings her debut play, The B*easts to the Bush Theatre. It follows her award-winning run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Starring Dolan and directed by John Hogarth, The B*easts explores how far one mother will go to give her child what she wants. *Such* clever writing & stellar performance (of course)…