ANGLE At The Bush is an explosive double bill of new, short plays found in West London, directed by Blanche McIntyre and performed in an exciting space at the new Bush.
Repentance by new playwright Mediah Ahmed is a miniature epic about a Muslim girl, her new boyfriend, and everything in between.
Behind The Lines by Neil Daley takes audiences on a breathless sprint through the lives and fears of the onlookers as police tape cordons off yet another street corner.
ANGLE’s mission is to uncover raw, local writing talent and marry it with professional theatre makers to produce vibrant, unheard voices for the British stage. For full details about the project, read Official London Theatre’s new story.