Bush Theatre to stream Shahid Iqbal Khan's 10 Nights and Ella Road's Fair Play online

l-r Sumayya Si-Tayeb and Safyan Iqbal in '10 Nights' at Bush Theatre' Photo credit Ali Wright -4
l-r Sumayya Si-Tayeb and Safyan Iqbal in '10 Nights' at Bush Theatre' Photo credit Ali Wright

Bush Theatre will stream Shahid Iqbal Khan’s 10 Nights and Ella Road’s Fair Play online.

The venue has announced that the two shows will broadcast online in 2022.


10 Nights, a Graeae and Tamasha production in association with Bush Theatre, will run from 10-15 January.

A moving and funny play by Shahid Iqbal Khan, directed by Kash Arshad, 10 Nights is the story of one man’s journey of self-discovery and facing the consequences of your actions. The run of the production at the Bush was extended due to popular demand and has been nominated for three Offie awards.

When Yasser decides to take part in itikaf, sleeping and fasting in the mosque for the last ten nights of Ramadan, he soon regrets his decision. But as he navigates smug worshippers, shared bathrooms, and recurring thoughts of chunky chips, Yasser’s isolation forces him to confront a side of himself he’s been trying to keep hidden.

Currently playing to in-person audiences to 22 January 2022, Ella Road’s Fair Play produced in association with Sonia Friedman Productions, will broadcast online from 7-12 February 2022.

Charlotte Beaumont and NicK King perform Olivier award-nominated playwright Ella Road’s critically acclaimed play Fair Play, a gripping and timely exploration of the underside of women’s athletics, directed by Monique Touko.

When Ann joins Sophie’s running club, she’s thrown into a world of regimented training and pure focus. The two girls couldn’t be more different, but soon their shared passion makes them inseparable – dreaming in lanes and lap-times, waking up picturing Olympic medals, each day stronger and faster…

But set head-to-head in the run-up to the World Championships, they find themselves and their friendship put to the ultimate test. As their relationships, their bodies, and their very identities are pulled into public scrutiny, does being exceptional come at too high a price?

For tickets, priced from £10, and more information visit

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