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Inside One Of London's Fastest-Growing Small Theatres

Inside One Of London's Fastest-Growing Small Theatres

A look at its £4.3m refurbishment. | By James Drury
Review: Right Now Is A Comedy Of Very Bad Manners

Review: Right Now Is A Comedy Of Very Bad Manners

A lust-fuelled dark comedy. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★★☆
Bush Theatre Heads To The High Street During £4m Redevelopment

Bush Theatre Heads To The High Street During £4m Redevelopment

£4 million revamp offers opportunity to reconnect with community. | By Stuart Black
Forget Me Not Review: The Trauma Of White Australia’s Orphans

Forget Me Not Review: The Trauma Of White Australia’s Orphans

An intensely emotional drama. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Angry Brigade Blasts Into Bush Theatre

Angry Brigade Blasts Into Bush Theatre

James Graham's play has panoramic political vision. | By Ben Venables ★★★★☆
Visitors Tackles Dementia Without Misery Or Mawkishness

Visitors Tackles Dementia Without Misery Or Mawkishness

Playwright Barney Norris proves he is one to watch. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Stolen Brains And Memory Disorder In Incognito

Stolen Brains And Memory Disorder In Incognito

Nick Payne’s new play tackles neuroscience. | By Stuart Black
A Smorgasbord Of Short Plays At The Bush Theatre

A Smorgasbord Of Short Plays At The Bush Theatre

The dynamic showcase Boom! continues tonight. | By Stuart Black
Witness Football’s Jumper League

Witness Football’s Jumper League

Sporting and emotional highs and lows. | By Sam Smith
New Writing On The Radar At Bush Theatre

New Writing On The Radar At Bush Theatre

Inspiring shows and works in progress. | By Lindsey
Josephine And I: Vaudeville Meets Civil Rights At The Bush

Josephine And I: Vaudeville Meets Civil Rights At The Bush

A winning mix of cabaret and incisive, political drama. | By Tom Bolton

Theatre Review: Moth @ Bush Theatre

Hilarious stupidity mixed with sinister fantasy. | By Tom Bolton
A Stunning Script And Biting Deliverance In Disgraced

A Stunning Script And Biting Deliverance In Disgraced

The 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama winner stuns its audience. | By Londonist
Three Birds At Bush Theatre: Essential New Drama with Chicken-Theft and Turkey Basters

Three Birds At Bush Theatre: Essential New Drama with Chicken-Theft and Turkey Basters

Essential new drama, complete with turkey basters, hand puppets, hand jobs, and a raid on the Surrey Docks Farm. | By Tom Bolton
What’s On In London Theatre 19 – 25 March

What’s On In London Theatre 19 – 25 March

Our pick of London’s best theatre, dance and comedy opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Review: Chewing Gum Dreams / Chapel Street @ Bush Theatre

Review: Chewing Gum Dreams / Chapel Street @ Bush Theatre

RADAR 2012 is the place to be for new writing this month, and Chewing Gum Dreams is the real deal. | By Tom Bolton
What's On In London Theatre 16-22 October

What's On In London Theatre 16-22 October

Our top tips for the best theatre, opera and dance shows opening in London this week. | By Zoe Craig
What's On In London Theatre 10-16 July

What's On In London Theatre 10-16 July

Our guide to the top theatre, dance, and opera shows opening this week. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: The Beloved @ Bush Theatre

Theatre Review: The Beloved @ Bush Theatre

Beautiful storytelling by two prophetic sheep. | By Simon Anderson
Theatre Review: Chalet Lines @ Bush Theatre

Theatre Review: Chalet Lines @ Bush Theatre

Explosive one-liners and put-downs make this a challenging, but enjoyable concoction | By Londonist
Theatre Review: Snookered @ Bush Theatre

Theatre Review: Snookered @ Bush Theatre

Cabbie-cum-playwright Ishy Din’s debut tells a tale of guilt, obligation, frustrated dreams and coconuts. | By Victoria Rudland
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 28 February – 5 March

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 28 February – 5 March

The new theatre, dance, opera, classical and art shows you don't want to miss this week | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 31 January - 6 February

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 31 January - 6 February

Our pick of the new dance, theatre, art and classical music on offer in London this week | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 17 - 23 January

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 17 - 23 January

This week's new art, classical music, theatre, dance, opera and exhibition openings | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 27 September – 3 October

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 27 September – 3 October

Our suggestions for the cool theatre and dance shows and art exhibitions opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Review: this is where we got to when you came in @ Bush Theatre

Review: this is where we got to when you came in @ Bush Theatre

Join non zero one's back stage magical mystery tour, to say goodbye to the old Bush Theatre before it vanishes like a mirage. | By Tom Bolton
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 13-19 September

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 13-19 September

Our pick of the top art, exhibitions, theatre, dance and opera in London this week | By Zoe Craig
Preview: Sixty-Six Books @ Bush Theatre / Westminster Abbey

Preview: Sixty-Six Books @ Bush Theatre / Westminster Abbey

66 writers, including Stewart Lee, Jeanette Winterson and the Archbishop of Canterbury, tell us what they think of the King James Bible. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Review: Where's My Seat? At The New Bush Theatre

Review: Where's My Seat? At The New Bush Theatre

Hooray for a theatre that cares what you think | By Londonist
Good For A Laugh: Six Upcoming London Charity Cabaret Events

Good For A Laugh: Six Upcoming London Charity Cabaret Events

Did someone announce charity cabaret week without telling us? | By Franco Milazzo
Theatre Review: Moment @ Bush Theatre

Theatre Review: Moment @ Bush Theatre

A fast-paced comedy drama about guilt, repression and familial responsibility in a neat, polite, middle class world of quiche and meringues. | By Victoria Rudland
Actor Interview: Paul Copley

Actor Interview: Paul Copley

Renowned veteran TV and stage actor Paul Copley is back in town this week as part of Winterlong. We asked him about the world of fringe theatre. | By Franco Milazzo

Weekend Round-Up

By SallyB2
Review: Wrecks At Bush Theatre

Review: Wrecks At Bush Theatre

By Hazel

What Would Judas Do?... Probably Go And See Stewart Lee

By Londonist_ben
Stage Whispers Part One: 'When You Cure Me'

Stage Whispers Part One: 'When You Cure Me'

By London_Kate
Terror Theatre!

Terror Theatre!

By Hazel