Parliament Square

Parliament Square

Bruntwood Prize Judge’s Award winning play of 2015 Parliament Square by James Fritz transfers to the Bush Theatre after its world premier at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester... 

Of Kith and Kin

Of Kith and Kin

‘He can’t call you both Dad. One of you should be Dad and the other one Daddy, surely?’ Daniel and Oliver are about to have their first baby. With their best friend, Priya, acting as surrogate, they’ve turned the study into a nursery and the bottles are sterilised... 

Hir

Hir

“Stop behaving like a man!” “We are men!” Isaac gets home from serving in the marines to find war has broken out back home. In a nondescript town somewhere in Central Valley – America, Isaac’s mom Paige is blowing up entrenched routines... 

Guards at the Taj

Guards at the Taj

Only a few weeks ago, the Bush Theatre emerged from its year-long renovation, boasting a revamped auditorium and studio space, alongside open-air decking for those all-important post-show drinks... 

The Royale

The Royale

Jay ‘The Sport’ Jackson dreams of being the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. But it’s 1905 and, in the racially segregated world of boxing, his chances are as good as knocked out... 

Boys Will Be Boys

Boys Will Be Boys

Astrid Wentworth is ruthless. If there is a special hell for women who don’t help each other, Astrid’s got the top table reserved and a martini waiting. But, when the young and ambitious Priya applies for a junior position on the trading floor, Astrid recognises something in her and decides to give her a go... 

Right Now

Right Now

As Alice and Ben settle into their beautiful new flat they realise that the family across the hall hope to be more than just good neighbours.  Soon, Juliette, Giles, and their son Francis are wearing out the welcome mat; suggesting drinks, hors d’oeuvres and dancing... 

Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not

Under an agreement between the British and Australian Governments, between 1945 and 1968, over three thousand British children were told they were orphans and sent to Australia on a promise of warmth, fresh air, abundant food and boundless opportunity...