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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No events in this festival with the category Studio

@bushtheatre

Lots of people came to @bushtheatre to discuss hate crime and diversity. The #PoliceWithPride car got a lot of atte… https://t.co/A5ArffEYpU
MET LGBT Network
@MetLGBTNetwork
20 Jun
Last night, young critics from @HammersmithAcad @DramaatHA saw #StrangeFruit directed by @isthedirector! We loved C… https://t.co/uX7XyhNlzS
Critics' Club
@critics_club
20 Jun
So much to think about and reflect on following last night’s performance! Looking forward to hearing our students’… https://t.co/4xcj69nxFq
Drama at HA
@DramaatHA
20 Jun
Yes @ChrisSonnex and @LynetteLinton. Both seasons @BunkerTheatreUK and @bushtheatre are making strides toward progr… https://t.co/D2PauOpsem
Cheryl May Ndione
@CherylNdione
20 Jun
Thank you! We love you! ❤️😍 https://t.co/7TpkuwVUTe
The Bunker Theatre
@BunkerTheatreUK
20 Jun
Tis the season for shit-hot seasons. First @bushtheatre and now this from @BunkerTheatreUK https://t.co/t7x8iHaeH9
Toby Clarke
@TobyClarkee
20 Jun

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New Voices – Bold Visions

Lynette Linton Announces Her First Season As Artistic Director of the Bush Theatre   This season at the Bush Theatre UK debuts by British and Irish writers will fill our stages. You’ll find extraordinary stories of lived experiences that speak to all corners of our city. I believe in the Bush’s power to write narratives…

Work Experience Diary | Regine “it was truly a special opportunity”

Our work experience student Regine tells us about her time at the Bush Theatre. I was slightly apprehensive when I first arrived at the Bush, as I have very little experience with such things. However, everyone was very welcoming and friendly, so my worries dissipated quickly. Holly showed me around and introduced me to everyone,…

Five things you need to know about Caryl Phillips

As we prepare to open a contemporary revival of his seminal play Strange Fruit, we’ve put together some essential facts you really should know about Caryl Phillips.  1. His work remembers what the West wants to forget Caryl Phillips was born in St Kitts and brought to England when he was four months old, so it’s no surprise to…