The Bunker’s artistic director Chris Sonnex announces his first season as artistic director A “revolution” is underway at The Bunker theatre in London where Chris Sonnex has announced his first season as artistic director. The six productions and a new festival, programmed from January to May 2019, will help Sonnex to achieve his ambition for […]
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Julian Eaves reviews Knaive Theatre’s production of War With The Newts now playing at The Bunker Theatre.
Sophie Adnitt reviews Nine Foot Nine presented at the Bunker Theatre as part of the Breaking Out Festival.
Mark Ludmon reviews Kevin Armento’s Devil With the Blue Dress about the Monica Lewinsky affair at The Bunker Theatre
Casting is announced for the World Premiere of Kevin Armento’s thrilling political drama Devil With The Blue Dress at Bunk Theatre in March 2018.
It’s fascinating to see and clearly points towards interesting and thought-provoking new talents. Quite what it all might mean is, possibly, something that only individual audience members will be able to decipher.
This Is Not Culturally Significant is an arresting and thought provoking play, performed entirely in the nude by Adam Scott-Rowley. Once you get over this – and believe me, it does not take long – you are gripped by a gamut of human emotion, perceived in the depictions of numerous absurd, but very recognisable characters. […]
Fresh from its critically acclaimed 2015 Edinburgh Festival season, Metal Rabbit, in association with the Bunker Theatre will present Philip Ridley’s Tonight With Dony Stixx. Donny has committed an act that shocked everyone. Tabloids called him The Most Hated Boy Alive. But, despite this, Donny doesn’t want forgiveness. All Donny wants is his own television […]