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First Look: Nikhil Parmar's Invisible at Bush Theatre

Nikhil Parmar in 'Invisible' at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright
Nikhil Parmar in 'Invisible' at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright

Here’s a first look at Nikhil Parmar in Invisible at Bush Theatre.

Written and performed by Nikhil Parmar, Invisible is directed by Georgia Green.

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The new Bush Theatre commission runs at the venue from 27 June to 16 July 2022.

Nikhil Parmar in 'Invisible' at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright
Nikhil Parmar in ‘Invisible’ at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright
Nikhil Parmar in 'Invisible' at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright
Nikhil Parmar in ‘Invisible’ at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright-4

Meet Zayan, an under-employed actor and over-employed dealer who sees himself as the hapless lead in the sitcom that is his life. Everyone else sees him as lazy, self-centered, and useless – if they even notice him at all.

As Zayan attempts to transition from being neglected to being notorious, we see how a man whose brushes with oppression, grief, and the sneaking suspicion that he’s become invisible have driven him to the unforgivable.

Invisible is a hilariously dark story tracking one man’s desperate struggle to be seen as the hero of his own narrative.

For more information and tickets, visit bushtheatre.co.uk

Nikhil Parmar in 'Invisible' at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright-12
Nikhil Parmar in ‘Invisible’ at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright
Nikhil Parmar in 'Invisible' at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright
Nikhil Parmar in ‘Invisible’ at Bush Theatre. Photo Credit Ali Wright

Nikhil Parmar is a London-based, Manchester-born playwright, screenwriter, and actor who was previously a member of the Bush’s Emerging Writer’s Group.

Nikhil’s other writing credits include My White Best Friend North (Manchester Royal Exchange); Something’s End (in development) and forthcoming screen projects in development with Baby Cow, Sunnymarch, and DNA. His acting credits include Trollied (Sky); On the Edge: Mincemeat (Channel 4); Brassic (Sky); Foundation (Apple); and The Rig (Amazon).


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