Bush Theatre

Losing theatres impacts the whole industry, Battersea Arts Centre's return is a welcome one
As Battersea Arts Centre announces its first season in the Grand Hall since it burnt down, Matt Trueman reflects on grief we feel when theatre buildings close down
Exclusive first look at Arinzé Kene's Misty
The show opens as part of the Bush Theatre's line-up this month
Paines Plough announces 2018 season
The new writing company has unveiled its 2018 productions
Javaad Alipoor: 'A lot of political theatre in this country isn't very good'
As his new show makes its London premiere, theatre maker Javaad Alipoor talks politics, theatre, the internet and the move from small spaces to big
We must make routes into arts jobs clearer
Following a conversation with director Javaad Alipoor, Daisy Bowie-Sell reflects on how creative jobs still aren't seen as viable ways to make a living
Emerging cultural leaders on why new scheme Up Next is revolutionary
By Lekan Lawal and Tobi Kyeremateng
Two participants in the Up Next scheme, which encourages culturally diverse arts leaders of the future, explain how the first few months have been
We are redressing the balance of diversity in arts leadership
By Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway
Head of Artistic Directors of the Future Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway explains the organisation's new scheme allowing culturally diverse talent to take over two major London theatres
Bush Theatre unveils 2018 season
The season will see three world premieres and eight plays
16 ways to get cheap theatre tickets if you're under 26
We take a look at some of the schemes out there to help you save money on your theatregoing
Review: Ramona Tells Jim (Bush Theatre)
Sophie Wu's oddball comedy discusses whether our first loves ever really leave us