A lightly-faded polaroid on a weathered surface, depicting a young couple dressed in late-80s clothing. The woman has long brown hair and pale skin. Behind her, a bearded dark-haired man has his arm draped over her.

Old Bridge

Audio described in-house.

‘One day all you care about is music, fashion and boys. The next day there’s no food. Piece by piece your world starts to change so you change with it.’

Mostar, Yugoslavia, 1988. Mili, a boy from out of town, dives from the famous Old Bridge. Mina, a local girl, watches. As he falls, she begins falling for him.

Mostar, Bosnia, 1992. In a town of growing divisions, Mina and Mili never doubt that their future lies together. But nor can they imagine the dangers that future will bring.

This love story is a bold, fresh and contemporary take on real events. An epic story exploring the impact of a war that Europe forgot and the love and loss of those who lived through it.

Winner of the 2020 Papatango New Writing Prize, Old Bridge is a beautiful, heart-wrenching play by British-Bosnian writer Igor Memic.

Event image: A lightly-faded polaroid on a weathered surface, depicting a young couple dressed in late-80s clothing. The woman has long brown hair and pale skin. Behind her, a bearded dark-haired man has his arm draped over her.

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Venue

Bush Theatre

7 Uxbridge RoadShepherd's BushLondonW12 8LJ
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