The Soul of Wittgenstein, by Ron Elisha, is a sensitive and clever two-hander set during the Second World War. A patient and his hospital attendant develop a deep relationship based on learning facts and discovering life.


Radar 2015 is the Bush’s signature, eclectic mix of new writing presented as a festival each year. Misty, written and performed by Arinze Kene, is one of those first look pieces. No More Worries is a two-hander co-production with The Albany, Apples and Snakes, and the Arc Stockton. Both of these small, brilliant, funny productions use poetic rhythms to create shows that tease out how we present theatre today.