RADAR 2015

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the pulse of new writing

“I love RADAR’s eclecticism. I love its sense of adventure. And I love its refusal to pin theatre down in any way.” The Guardian’s Matt Trueman

Now in its fourth year, the Bush Theatre’s annual festival returns this November to feel the pulse of the new writing world and shine a spotlight on our hottest emerging and established talent.

Hand-picked and curated, as ever, by the Bush Theatre creative team, a night at RADAR 2015 promises to be an adventure like no other in the theatrical world.

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Dante or Die
@danteordie
18 Nov
Tickets booked for #OfKithandKin next week @bushtheatre . Will be my first visit, very excited! https://t.co/nEduxre29c
Callum Ashford
@cal_ashford
17 Nov
#OfKithandKin blew my socks off 🙉 needed a sec before I could applaud the brilliant cast. Writing ON POINT PEOPLEEE… https://t.co/dpZQAYugoq
Abbie
@_AbbieAndrews
16 Nov
Going through my diary and just realised the press night for Parliament Square @bushtheatre is in just 2 weeks and now I'm all excited,
Nastazja Somers 🤜🏻
@NastazjaSomers
17 Nov
Passionate and insightful? @bushtheatre is recruiting a Literary Assistant. https://t.co/xIUsmP4B5r #artsjobs https://t.co/BtDyYpUJCQ
artsjobsonline
@artsjobsonline
17 Nov
not a drill noT a DRiLl https://t.co/weh0rxCYW5
ava davies
@avaadavies
17 Nov

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