Sabrina Mahfouz’s feminist account of British imperialism in A History of Water in the Middle East is energetic and passionate but also turns out to be a very slender piece of theatre.
There’s a consensus of opinion on Twitter – Killymuck and Box Clever, both playing at The Bunker, are brilliant and hit audiences right in the gut. See what’s being said on social media then book your tickets!
Chris Sonnex, the Artistic Director of The Bunker, took to Twitter this week to passionately encourage audiences to see benefits-class double-bill Killymuck and Box Clever, and to offer support to anyone who may have difficulties getting a ticket for the production. Check out what he has to say, and the first images of the show, then book your tickets!
As benefits-class double-bill Killymuck and Box Clever opens at The Bunker this week, we take a look at at what happened in rehearsals for these hard-hitting, vital plays. Check out our gallery, then book your tickets!
What happens when the systems that should be there to support you let you down and in fact, work against you. That’s the issue faced by a mother in Monsay Whitney’s Box Clever. In her interview, the playwright tells us about the real cases that moved her write the play that’s presented at The Bunker in a double bill with Killymuck. Read her interview, then book your tickets!
In a searingly honest interview, playwright Kat Woods tells us about the annoyance and irritation that led to writing Killymuck, why it’s important to recognise the difference between the working class and benefits class, and why the team at The Bunker are a breath of fresh air. Have a read, then book your tickets!
A tale of life on an Irish housing estate and one of the system failing a mother, double-bill Killymuck and Box Clever, by Kat Woods and Monsay Whitney, bring important, insightful stories to London’s The Bunker later this month. Book your tickets now for this dramatic duo!