Ken (The Bunker in association with Hampstead Theatre)
Wednesday 24th January – Saturday 24th February
1978, London. A 23 year old aspiring playwright in a rundown flat-share off the North End Road is wrestling with his masterpiece for the Royal Court. The house phone rings, the young man answers a call for the person who used to occupy his room, recently moved to Amsterdam. But even once this information is imparted, the man at the other end refuses to hang up. His name is Ken. And he’s about to change the young man’s life forever…
spirit of the great man.
run at Hampstead Theatre to bring to life Ken Campbell’s wild and idiosyncratic perspective on life.
A Queen masterminds the murder of her Husband and takes the throne with her new lover. Her Daughter, Electra, grows up in the grip of a cruel regime, swearing revenge. Her Son Orestes, exiled as a boy and raised in the arms of the rebels, waits to embark on a holy mission to reclaim his country. Two decades later a twist of fate brings Brother and Sister together; united by hate butdivided by faith. With the country on the brink of civil war, the most powerful family in the Kingdom are torn apart from the inside as their dark past once again becomes the present. The revolution will be televised, but are The Gods watching?
Devil With The Blue Dress (The Bunker Theatre and Desara Bosnja)
theatrical feat that takes us through the corridors of power and behind the closed doors where the abuse of that power took place. Slyly exhuming the little blue dress that launched the biggest media circus of a generation, Devil With The Blue Dress, written by Kevin Armento and directed by Joshua McTaggart, grapples with one of the most challenging questions in American political history:
How do we respond to women seeking power?
Tuesday 1st May – Saturday 26th May
They are not nice girls. But this is not a nice story. Grotty is a dark, savage, and unflinching exploration of lesbian subculture in London. Written by award-winning writer Izzy Tennyson (Brute, Runts, Career Boy) and directed by Hannah Hauer-King (Dry Land, Brute, Fury), Damsel Productions presents this fierce new lesbian drama that takes no prisoners.
Preview and Earlybird tickets are £12
Season Pass Ticket for all four Spring Season shows are £60
(equivalent to £15 per ticket)
Ten £10 tickets are available at each performance for under 30s.
Available from https://www.bunkertheatre.com/ and 0207 234 0486.