The Bush Theatre will present the new play from Barney Norris from the 26th April. 

While Were Here at the Bush Theatre 26 April - 27 May 2017

Opening the theatre’s new studio space While We’re Here is the latest play from Barney Norris and is a co-production between Up In Arms, Bush Theatre and Farnham Maltings.

Eddie and Carol were lovers once, but their lives went in different directions. Now they meet again in a town full of memories, and find something still burns between them.

On the country’s southern margin where the towns give way to the English Channel, both search for the centre of their lives. Will they find a way to let go of the past for the sake of their futures?

The cast will include Tessa Peake-Jones and Andrew French, directed by Alice Hamilton who has previously directed Visitors (Arcola Theatre/ Bush Theatre/ National Tour) and Eventide (Arcola/ National Tour).

Tessa Peake-Jones is best known for her role as Raquel in the television series Only Fools and Horses. She has previously appeared at the Bush Theatre in Crossing the Equator , while other stage credits include the recent production of Beacons at the Park Theatre.

Meanwhile, Andrew French also returns to the Bush Theatre having appeared in I Like Mine With a Kiss directed by Mike Bradwell. Other theatre credits include This Flesh Is Mine/ When Nobody Returns (Border Crossings), The Iphigenia Quartet (Gate Theatre), Bully Boy (Mercury Theatre, Colchester), Boi Boi is Dead and Refugee Boy (West Yorkshire Playhouse).

While We’re Here will play at the Bush Theatre from the 26th April until the 27th May. For more information and to book tickets visit: https://www.bushtheatre.co.uk/event/while-were-here/

 

 

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