The Bunker


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Management


Artistic director: Joshua McTaggart
Executive Producer: Joel Fisher

Theatres


The Bunker - seats 110

Telephone




Box office: 0207 234 0486

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Location


Address:
53a Southwark Street
London SE1 1RU

Council: Southwark

Region: London

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Transport


Tube:
London Bridge Station (Northern Line, Jubilee Line and National Rail Service)
Borough (Northern Line)

Train:
London Bridge Station

Buses:

Stop:

Southwark Bridge Road


Day no:
RV1, 344, 381


Night no:
N343, N381

About the The Bunker


The Bunker is one of London's newest Off-West End theatres housed in a former underground parking garage in London Bridge.


The space has been transformed from its original abandoned state into a unique 110-seater studio thetare.


With four concrete pillars marking out the thrust performance space, an eclectic mix of audience seating on three sides of the stage, and a snug bar tucked into the corner of the venue, The Bunker has a unique character.


Access information


General

The Bunker is situated at the bottom of a ramp in a former parking garage in the basement of a Grade ii Listed Building.


They have made all efforts to make the venue as accessible as possible for all patrons.



You will find more information on the theatre website access page.


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Wheelchair access

The Bunker is accessed by two ramps that have a steep incline.


Patrons in wheelchairs will require assistance from one of the Front of House team to ensure safe and smooth access.


There are spaces for wheelchairs to be positioned in the front row of seating in the venue with excellent views of the stage.


There is also an adjacent space for a carer or supporter, who will be allocated a free ticket.


The venue can accommodate up to three wheelchair spaces per performance, but you are encouraged to be in touch before your arrival so the venue can best accommodate your needs.


There are disabled access toilets adjacent to the entrance of The Bunker as part of the venue’s main toilet block.


The Bunker Bar has a narrow entrance, so is not fully wheelchair accesible.


All accommodations will be made to ensure any patrons in wheelchairs can access the bar before and after a performance at The Bunker.


Current shows


Reboot: Shorts

6 knockout pieces from emerging international writing talent, which explore the fragility of human relationships and the challenges of making enduring connections in this ever-changing and sometimes dystopian world.

Previews from: Monday 16 April 2018
Closes: Monday 23 April 2018

Devil With The Blue Dress

Exhuming the little blue dress that launched the biggest media circus of a generation, this barbed spin on a political drama conjures the five women who collided in what became known as The Lewinsky Scandal.

Previews from: Thursday 29 March 2018
Closes: Saturday 28 April 2018

Upcoming shows


Grotty

A couple of little sad old basements that drip with sweat and piss. We sit, listening to second-hand pulsating noise coming from some gay boy night upstairs. And it's a Wednesday. And it's a night called the 'Clam Jam'.

Previews from: Tuesday 1 May 2018
Closes: Saturday 26 May 2018

Don't Panic! It's Challenge Anneka

Inspired by real life stories, Don't Panic ... presents a frank, funny and open exploration of a topic that too often remains taboo: the challenge of overcoming anxiety.

Previews from: Tuesday 29 May 2018
Closes: Saturday 9 June 2018

Libby's Eyes

Libby is blind. But she works. And she's a functioning adult. Inspirational. For being a functioning adult. And blind. Her life is suddenly made more difficult when she is forced to rely on Cortana, a government-issued audio description robot.

Previews from: Monday 11 June 2018
Closes: Saturday 7 July 2018

Nine Foot Nine

Cara and Nate are a hard-working young couple looking to start a family. What would happen if an immense proportion of self-identifying women across the world grew to be nine foot tall?

Previews from: Monday 11 June 2018
Closes: Saturday 7 July 2018

No One Is Coming To Save You

Two voices, two stories: an insomniac is watching TV in a language he doesn't understand and a woman is stood in a garden stretching her arms to the sky. The whole world is asleep and something terrible is just around the corner.

Previews from: Monday 11 June 2018
Closes: Saturday 7 July 2018

Kiss Chase

Inspired by interviews with lovers across the UK, far in the depths of a digital generation, Kiss Chase holds tales of first love, broken hearts, no sex before marriage, the walk of shame, holding hands and standing alone when the lights go up.

Previews from: Monday 11 June 2018
Closes: Saturday 7 July 2018

Guy: A New Musical

Guy, a shy and overweight millenial, is failing in the departments of mates, dates and fun - dating apps can be cruel if you don't look like a model. When he's ghosted by his Romeo, he tries to follow the latest 11-step listicle to get noticed.

Previews from: Monday 11 June 2018
Closes: Saturday 7 July 2018

Section 2

Cam is the Golden-Boy. He likes fruit, rugby, and dogs. He's also just been sectioned. And no-one knows why. Many deem the thought of losing our minds unfathomable, but what happens when it strikes close to home?

Previews from: Tuesday 12 June 2018
Closes: Friday 6 July 2018

Breathe

Explores the anxieties of everyday life and how that manifests into three adolescent couples who are radically different but ultimately united by their shared burden.

Previews from: Tuesday 31 July 2018
Closes: Saturday 4 August 2018


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