New season of work announced at Bush Theatre this summer
The off-West End venue will run in-person performances and streaming options.
The Bush Theatre will reopen its doors next month with a new season of work. Two new productions have been confirmed to run at the west London venue, with options to watch shows either in person or via an online stream.
Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s Harm, starring Kelly Gough is the first production scheduled at the Bush Theatre, with performances from 17 May - 26 June. Atri Banerjee directs the housing-related drama, following an unlikely friendship between an estate agent and a social media influencer buying a property. Performances of Harm are made possible due to the Bush Theatre being supported by the Culture Recovery Fund.
Benedict Lombe’s Lava will receive its world premiere at the Bush Theatre, with performances from 9 July - 7 August. Lava tells of a woman who sets out to discover why her South African passport doesn’t have her first name recorded.
Details of streamed performances from the Bush Theatre are to be confirmed.
Photo credit: Phoebe Eclair-Powell and Benedict Lombe (Photos by Helen Murray and Yvette Dzumaga)