November 5, 2019

Natalie Mitchell’s Germ Free Adolescent is a brutally honest and innovative play discussing the real lives of young people in Medway, and their struggles with the sexual health and education systems. Mitchell's writing, portraying the two characters of Ashley and Ollie...

August 2, 2019

The Mannequin previewed at the Bunker Theatre this Sunday, by the King’s Players in collaboration with Das Stück, a London-based multimedia theatre company. The play centralises on the concept and the physical presence of a mannequin. The mannequin acts as a prompt for...

July 15, 2019

Written by award-winning playwright Yolanda Mercy and directed by Lakesha Arie-Angelo, Summer Fest is a darkly humorous play, vividly recreating what it describes as the ‘brave new world’ of Freshers’ Week. This week constitutes an era of freedom, film-worthy experienc...

July 7, 2019

The stage of The Bunker's The Flies comes alive with smoke, flickering TV screens and the characters of the play stumbling on and off stage, accompanied by red flags with eye symbols staring out at the audience. The evoked terror of this set design is undeniable, howev...

May 10, 2019

The Bunker’s Fuck You, Pay Me attempts to explore the intricacies of sex work through the story of Bea, a young stripper, facing the terrifying prospect of her mother’s discovering what she does for a living. The drama revolves around Bea’s fear of rejection from her m...

April 23, 2019

The Bunker’s new production, Funeral Flowers, follows the story of Angelique, a wanna-be-florist through her time in care, whilst her mother is in prison, and the breakdown of her relationship with her drug-dealing boyfriend. From the moment the audience enter, Angeliq...

March 31, 2019

The Bunker’s double-bill of Killymuck and Box Clever are unflinching in their depiction of women born with less money and opportunity. The play follows the lives of Niamh, growing up on a 1970s council estate in Ireland, and Marnie, struggling with her young child in a...

March 23, 2019

The Bunker Theatre has had a makeover: this time the audience are on stage. People mill about holding drinks and chatting beneath the colourful lighting, beer barrels and ripped up rock concert style posters. Throughout the evening, three different actors take to raise...

February 25, 2019

Do not be put off by the title, this new play at the Bunker theatre is anything but downtrodden. Boots is a play that captures the transcendence in the mundanity of modern life; the awkward realism that permeates the interactions between people in the transie...

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