News: Jade City comes to the Bunker Theatre

Tackling the devastating effect of poverty and the lack of opportunities faced by so many in Britain, Jade City follows two friends struggling with the pressures of everyday life in modern Belfast. Inspired by a city full of heart that is straining under the weight of decades of political and social unrest, Alice Malseed brings... Continue Reading →

Review: Funeral Flowers, Bunker Theatre

Inspired by the story of businesswoman Gina Moffatt, who started up her own floristry business while in Holloway Prison, Funeral Flowers made its debut at the Edinburgh Festival last year to critical acclaim, and now arrives at London’s Bunker Theatre for a limited run. Angelique is a 17-year-old girl who dreams of being a florist.... Continue Reading →

News: Exchange Theatre’s The Flies to play at Bunker Theatre

Exchange Theatre return to London this June with their tenth anniversary revival of Jean-Paul Sartre’s rebellious and highly political play The Flies. Sartre’s thriller re-imagines the Greek tragedy of Electra and Orestes, exploring the complexities of human values in a period of political turbulence. A company priding themselves in their international and multi-cultural heritage, Exchange... Continue Reading →

Interview with Emma Dennis-Edwards

Following rave reviews at the Edinburgh Festival, Funeral Flowers arrives at the Bunker Theatre later this month. I spoke with writer and performer Emma Dennis-Edwards to find out more about the inspiration behind her latest play. How did you first get into the arts? My Mum has always worked full time; therefore I went to... Continue Reading →

The month ahead: April

Spring is finally here, the nights are getting longer and the days hopefully warmer. It’s hard to believe it’s April already but there are lots of exciting things coming up this month! First up later this week is a trip to the Soho Theatre to see Mouthpiece. This story of an unlikely friendship won rave... Continue Reading →

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