INCOGNITO by Nick Payne | Teaser Trailer
Incognito arrives here at the Bush this week! Watch this teaser trailer and book in: http://www.bushtheatre.co.uk/production/incognito/
Dates: Wed 14 May - Sat 21 Jun
Tickets: £10 - £19.50
Incognito: Interview with Nick Payne
We caught up with writer Nick Payne to discuss his new play, Incognito, ahead of its run at the Bush Theatre. Incognito runs from 14 May - 21 June. For tickets: www.bushtheatre.co.uk/production/incognito/
Not only did WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT... receive a ★★★★★ review in the Metro (press vid coming soon), but it also opened to glowing digital acclaim! Here's a roundup.
We Are Proud to Present...: Critical Acclaim from the US
We Are Proud to Present... was in New York Magazine's 'Top 10 Theater Picks of 2012' and won great acclaim in productions across America. Ahead of our production, we've collated just some of the feedback from the States here.
WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT... interview blooper
The danger of giving your play a very long title is that you'll be made to say it on film. A lot. Here's We Are Proud to Present... playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury adorably messing it up.
WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT... interview with Jackie Sibblies Drury and Gbolahan Obisesan
Writer of WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT... Jackie Sibblies Drury has landed in London from NYC to join the cast in their last week of rehearsals. We caught up with both Jackie and director Gbolahan Obisesan to ask them all about the play.
WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT...
by Jackie Sibblies Drury
28 Feb - 12 Apr
Book tickets: www.bushtheatre.co.uk/production/weareproud/
"I'm not doing a German accent
You aren't doing an African accent
We aren't doing accents"
WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT... was in New York Magazine's 'Top 10 Theater Picks of 2012' and won great acclaim in productions across America. This European premiere production marks Gbolahan Obisesan's return to the Bush Theatre where his Fringe First award-winning play MAD ABOUT THE BOY sold out in 2011.
Introducing 2014 at the Bush
Our 2014 season includes new plays by Jackie Sibblies Drury, Nick Payne, Robin Soans and Chris Thompson. The season also sees the return of RADAR, the Bush's annual festival of new writing. View the whole season here: www.bushtheatre.co.uk/whats_on/
2013 at the Bush Theatre
Our 2013 sell-out season brought together the best emerging talent alongside some of the biggest names in the industry and received critical acclaim across the board.
CIPHERS | a play by Dawn King
Showing at the Bush Theatre, 14 Jan - 8 Feb
An Out of Joint, Bush Theatre and Exeter Northcott Theatre co-production.
"Most of what she told me about herself is a cover story. She is a British Intelligence Officer. How far would she go to get information out of me? The answer is, quite far..."
A young woman is found dead. Her sister sets out to find out what happened, and stumbles into a world of secrets and subterfuge that makes her question who Justine really was. How well can you ever know someone who lies for a living?
Dawn King's debut play Foxfinder was "thrillingly original" (Time Out), "a contender for new play of the year" (Guardian) and a "spell-binding dystopian parable" (Independent). Now, in Ciphers, she has written a smart and provocative thriller about spies, double agents, and the opaqueness of the human soul.
Directed by the award-winning "rising directorial star" (Time Out) Blanche McIntyre.
Jumpers For Goalposts: interview with Tom Wells & James Grieve
Here's a little interview with the ever so lovely Tom Wells & James Grieve, the writer and director (respectively) of Jumpers for Goalposts which is on at the Bush until 4 January.
For tickets: www.bushtheatre.co.uk/production/jumpers_for_goalposts/
RADAR 2013: Signals from the new writing world, 6 - 21 November
RADAR returns to the Bush Theatre, shining a spotlight on the hottest new writing talent and exploring the urgent questions facing theatre today.
Join us for a festival of stimulating talks, intriguing sneak peeks and inspiring shows. For more info and to buy tickets: http://www.bushtheatre.co.uk/production/radar_2013/
Ty - 'Playing With Fire'
Written by B. Chijioke & A. Horley.
Used with kind permission from Tru Thoughts Records.
Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar
The UK premiere and Bush Theatre production of Pulitzer Prize winning Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar.
17 May - 22 June
020 8743 5050
Three Birds Vox Pops
Have a look at what audiences are saying about Three Birds and get a sneak peek of the show.
Three Birds finishes 20 April.
020 8743 5050
Meet the THREE BIRDS cast
We interview the cast of THREE BIRDS, Susan Wokoma, Michaela Coel and Jahvel Hall.
The Bruntwood Prize Winning show by Janice Okoh plays at the Bush Theatre until 20 April.
www.bushtheatre.co.uk | 020 8732 5050
Meet the Playwright: Ayad Akhtar, writer of Disgraced
Playwright and author Ayad Akhtar speaks about his debut play Disgraced which opens at the Bush on 17 May.
Disgraced tells the story of Amir Kapoor - a hotshot Manhattan lawyer on the verge of a dream promotion. But when Amir and his artist wife Emily host an intimate dinner party, an innocent conversation escalates into something far more damaging.
17 May - 22 June
Box office 020 8743 5050
MONEY the game show - performance footage and vox pops
MONEY the game show has now opened at the Bush and is thrilling critics and audiences who had been getting stuck into gambling with the £10,000 pound coins in the show. Have a sneak peek of the show to see what all the fuss is about.
MONEY the game show
Casino and Queenie used to be hedge fund managers. Before the financial crisis of 2008, that is. Now, in an inspired - or desperate - career move, they've turned to performance art to share their stories of how to make (and lose) billions from economic downturn.
Playing with £10,000 in real pound coins, you are invited to bet long, short and hedge, as game show hosts Casino and Queenie challenge you to play a series of high stake games that demonstrate how the world's economic system came to the brink of collapse.
So, risk takers to the front, risk averse to the back. Welcome to MONEY the game show.
The Bush teams up with Unlimited Theatre to take a playful and politically sharp look at the roots of the financial crisis and its ongoing impact, as well as tackling some bigger questions: What is money? What is it worth? And what happens when we stop believing in it?
31 Jan - 2 March
020 8743 5050
Tickets £10 - £19.50
Bush Bounce 2012
Bush Bounce 14th November 2012, Bush Theatre in association with IdeasTap. Video by Billy London.
Mudlarks by Vickie Donoghue at the Bush Theatre
Three teenage boys. A reckless act. Tragic consequences.
On the muddy banks of the River Thames, downstream from the bright lights of London, three boys hide from the police after a night of thrilling recklessness. Over the course of the night their lives will change forever. As the dynamics of their relationships shift, their fears, secrets and dreams emerge, revealing the desperate frustration of lives barely led but already ravaged.
Vickie Donoghue's powerful debut was a sell-out show at HighTide Festival and Theatre503. Her writing flashes with humour, but pulls no punches as she explores why some people dare to dream, and why others cannot.
18 Sept - 20 Oct
Tickets from £10
020 8743 5050