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Breaking Out at The Bunker with Nine Foot Nine

Nine Foot Nine premieres as part of the Breaking Out initiative at The Bunker Theatre. Daniel Perks catches creative producer of Sleepless Theatre Company, Josie Shipp, to discuss ...

Breaking Out at The Bunker with Libby’s Eyes

Libby's Eyes premieres as part of the Breaking Out initiative at The Bunker Theatre. Daniel Perks catches playwright Amy Bethan Evans to discuss the work:

Breaking Out with Section 2 for Paper Creatures

Paper Creatures Theatre return for their second production, Section 2, which premieres in Breaking Out at The Bunker Theatre. Daniel Perks catches co-artistic directors Jon Tozzi a...

Breaking Out for summer at The Bunker

A new initiative forms the centre of The Bunker's Summer Season 2018. Breaking Out is a repertory style programme that gives a platform to the most innovative emerging theatre...

Review – Tennyson conjures up a thick, Grotty atmosphere

Staged in an underground ex-car park, Grotty is a subterranean look at lesbian sub-culture. Daniel Perks is swept up by its toxic embrace.

Interview – Hannah Hauer-King, Damsel Productions, Grotty

Damsel Productions' latest work, Grotty, examines a lesbian sub culture with searing honesty. Daniel Perks talks to director and co-founder Hannah Hauer-King:

Miro: Top Theatre for Spring 2018

Theatre Editor Daniel Perks picks the shows he's most looking forward to over the spring months.

Review – The Devil’s battleground with the Blue Dress

Between Hillary and Monica, battle lines are drawn in Kevin Armento's Devil With The Blue Dress. But does its message land?

Review – the anarchy of Electra, the fire of Larson

Electra is a play about vengeance and John Ward’s adaptation stays true to its uniquely ancient Greek roots.

Ken review – Terry Johnson’s ode to a quirky Campbell

Writer Terry Johnson prefixes his story of Ken with the warning that in the tale there may be some inaccuracies, or even wilful perversions – those that are little and white. I sus...