GUY: A New Musical

Guest reviewer: Evie Freeman GUY: A New Musical (paired in the BREAKING OUT season with KISS CHASE) is about the difficulties millennials face when trying to find love on dating apps. The show revolves around a pair of friends: Guy (Brendan Matthew) and Tyler (Steve Banks). Tyler finds it easy to speak to, and gain connections […]

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KISS CHASE

Guest reviewer: Evie Freeman KISS CHASE is an interactive evening of speed dating. It gives you the chance to connect to a room of strangers, regardless of your usual romantic ‘type’, over an hour of games and activities. Within these games, planted actors within the crowd break into verbatim speeches, constructed from hours of interviews, give […]

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Section 2

Teamed with No One Is Coming To Save You is Paper Creatures Theatre’s new play Section 2. Written by up & coming playwright Peter Imms, it is based on his own experiences of a friend being sectioned – there is a growing number of plays (and indeed musicals) that deal with aspects of mental health, […]

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No One Is Coming To Save You

This Noise’s contribution to The Bunker’s BREAKING OUT programme is the two-person play No One Is Coming To Save You, written by Nathan Ellis. The title may be a bit of a mouthful, but it so effortlessly sums up the play – and modern life itself. And depending on how you look at it, this statement […]

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Nine Foot Nine

Paired with Libby’s Eyes for BREAKING OUT is Sleepless Theatre Company’s Nine Foot Nine, written by Alex Wood. In the company’s words, it explores a “what-if” scenario that will get audiences thinking about a range of topics, from the balance between men & women, the human response to change, and our attitude towards people who are […]

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Libby’s Eyes

The first of six productions in The Bunker Theatre’s inaugural BREAKING OUT season is Amy Bethan Evans’ play Libby’s Eyes. Inspired by her own experience with the PIP system, the play explores our varying definitions of the word ‘functioning’ and how it affects the way we live our lives – what are the implications for the […]

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Don’t Panic! It’s Challenge Anneka

Following a successful run at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival, on the button have now brought one-woman show Don’t Panic! It’s Challenge Anneka to The Bunker Theatre for a limited time – it’s running alongside PearShaped’s Conquest. Sophie Winter wrote the show using real-life stories for inspiration and help from UCL researchers, as well as her own battle […]

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