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In 2016 the Bush Theatre and theatre company Look Left Look Right are creating a new production with our local community in Shepherd’s Bush. 

We would love you to share your stories with us and help us create an exciting new show, exploring and celebrating our local area and the people who live here.

If you are interested in finding out more, come along for a free workshop on either Saturday 5 December 11am-4pm or Tuesday 8 December 6pm-9pm and have a cup of tea and a chat with us.

You can come for as long as you like and pop in at any time. On the Saturday we’ll even provide a free lunch. You do not need to have any experience in drama or performing to take part!

For more details please contact Amanda Castro on  020 8743 3584 or [email protected]

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Very privileged to be designing this new play by @travisalabanza, directed by @debbiehannan, performed by… https://t.co/O5Z8y6S1sO
Max Johns
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23 Nov
Very privileged to be designing this new play by @travisalabanza, directed by @debbiehannan, performed by… https://t.co/O5Z8y6S1sO
Max Johns
@MaxHJohns
23 Nov
@bushtheatre I think this is my first time seeing @Francis_Botu sans locs!
SUCCESSFUL.
@VeepaLeStat
19 Nov
I so wish I could be buying a round in for this creative team at the pub after a day of rehearsals. But until then… https://t.co/doe5bS8jLb
Travis
@travisalabanza
19 Nov
This creative team is FIREEEE 🔥 https://t.co/YlPoZKuDbC
#EndSARS
@twilkeyway
19 Nov
What a team! Can't wait to get this show up! https://t.co/420sa9cKxO
Francis Botu
@Francis_Botu
19 Nov

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