Broken Space at The Bush

Broken_space_webfinalBoth our artistic directors, James and George, have directed work for the thrilling new Broken Space Season at The Bush.

George directs Olivier Award winning actor Andrew Scott in Simon Stephens' shattering monologue Sea Wall from 6-14 October.

James directs Geoffrey Hutchings and Mairead McKinley in St Petersburg by Declan Feenan from 6-25 October, and Josephine Butler and Rupert Evans in Psychogeography by Lucy Kirkwood from 20-22 October. Those of you at Southwark Playhouse last week will remember Josephine's superb performance in Lucy's play for Present : Tense / Eight.

The season also features a new play by Mike Bartlett, writer of Artefacts.   

Here's the full lowdown:

The Bush Theatre
THE BROKEN SPACE SEASON – the lights are off but everyone’s home
6 – 25 October 2008

A festival of dazzling short works by the brightest writers in the firmament. Each night you can see 3 brand new plays for the price of one...

At 7.30pm you can see one of three new monologues by leading playwrights Neil LaBute, Bryony Lavery & Simon Stephens.

At 8.30pm catch the exquisite St Petersburg by Declan Feenan, the first major production of this important new writer's work

At 9.30pm round off the evening with one of six ghostly shorts by six of the most exciting new voices in theatre: Mike Bartlett, Nancy Harris, Lucy Kirkwood, Ben Schiffer, Jack Thorne & Anthony Weigh, all taking place in pitch black.

Tickets: £20 / £17 concessions
Box Office: 020 8743 5050 / book online here