Originally commissioned in 2017, this incarnation of Yvette is being brought to the intimate studio space of the Bush Theatre.
Class, a play from Ireland co-written and directed by Iseult Golden and David Horan, is set around a teacher-parent meeting in a Dublin primary school.
Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Iseult Golden and David Horan’s play Class at the Bush Theatre until 1 June 2019.
Class at the Bush Theatre layers marital tensions with social class tensions and the pressures of being a teacher and learning.
The UK premiere of Estelle Savasta’s play (translated by Kirsten Hazel Smith), Going Through is a story about the journey’s child migrants take and the people they leave and meet along the way.
Overall Going Through is just a beautiful thing. Gorgeous writing, a stonkingly good production and a brilliant cast. Seventy-five minutes of humanity and joy. Highly recommended.
Estelle Savasta’s story of motherhood, unconditional love and the refugees’ perilous journey in Going Through is elevated and mythologised, brought dreamily to life in a highly visual and engaging production with BSL and excellent projections.
The Trick is another gem in the Bush’s long list of shows that represent parts of society that aren’t often explored, and brings sparkling joy as well as stark reality to this story of loss as well as gain.
Outbox Theatre’s latest show And the Rest of Me Floats is a celebration of non-binary and transgender people. It honours the blurry lines of gender and brings joy to people that endure prejudice everyday.
Outbox Theatre’s And The Rest of Me Floats is the queer house party at the Bush Theatre that you didn’t know you needed.