Fertility Fest 2018

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Fertility Fest is the world’s first arts festival dedicated to fertility, infertility, modern families and the science of making babies.

150 artists and fertility experts in a week-long programme of events, entertainment, discussion, debate, support and solidarity.

We’ve got three big aims.

1. To improve understanding of the emotional journey of people who struggle to conceive.

2. To improve the level of public discourse about reproductive science.

3. To improve fertility education – young people deserve a more rounded and robust understanding of human fertility.

We do this by bringing arts and science together. Come and join us! We know this stuff is difficult to talk about but you can just listen if you want to. It’s important. It’s how the human race is being made (and sometimes not) today.

Tickets range from £0 – £35. See events below for details.

@bushtheatre

Casting announced for new musical The Rhythm Method at Bush Theatre https://t.co/0D9vqTDSSx https://t.co/YhO1NHc6wm
WhatsOnStage
@WhatsOnStage
23 Apr
@EisharKaur @bushtheatre @aimeefelone I’ve been thinking about it for over a week!
elle
@ellemiller
23 Apr
Saw #MistyThePlay @bushtheatre yesterday, and cannot stop thinking about it. I have nothing to compare it to - it w… https://t.co/OFIVfMsVaB
Eishar Kaur
@EisharKaur
22 Apr
Squad trip to @bushtheatre to see #MistyThePlay this evening. Very excited!!
Adam Line
@AdamDLine
23 Apr
@1lwilakawiljohn @bushtheatre Good luck all! And hello to Adjoa who I knew at school and Winsome at Goldsmiths! 🙂
Ruth Redman
@ruthredman12
23 Apr

Bush Green

Conversations, dispatches and ideas from the Bush Theatre.

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Arinzé Kene’s Misty Preface: “What’s a black play?”

Arinzé Kene, writer and performer of Misty, describes the inspiration for his play in the Preface to the playtext published by Nick Hern Books. It’s available from our online book shop. I guess I’ll just launch right in and tell you how Misty came about. I went to the Young Vic Theatre a few years back…

Meet the Cast: Leave Taking by Winsome Pinnock

Sister/Sister      Mother/Uncle      Healer Meet the cast of Leave Taking. Seraphina Beh and Nicholle Cherie play sisters Del and Viv. Sarah Niles plays their mother Enid. Wil Johnson plays Uncle Brod. Adjoa Andoh plays obeah Mai. “What doctor know about our illness? Just give you pills to sick you stomach and a doctor…

Book Launch: Once In A Lifetime

Today, one year on from our grand reopening of the Bush Theatre’s home in the Old Shepherd’s Bush Library, we launch a new book. Once in a Lifetime takes a visual journey through our historic year of renovation has been launched. The theatre closed, the builders arrived, performances continued, the community returned and history was made.…