Inside the Rehearsals of…Funeral Flowers, Bunker Theatre

Rehearsal images have been released for Rachel Nwokoro’s production, playing at the Bunker Theatre from the 15th April. Having won the Filipa Bragança Award for an outstanding solo theatre performance by an actress for her Fringe First award-winning run of this production, Emma Dennis-Edwards brings the show to London’s Bunker Theatre for a limited run… Read More

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REVIEW: My White Best Friend and Other Letters Left Unsaid, Bunker Theatre

LLLC’s Kirsty Herrington paid a visit to the Bunker Theatre to catch this festival of letters. My White Best Friend (And Other Letters Left Unsaid) is not your average piece of theatre. Writer Rachel De-Lahay and director Milli Bhatia commissioned eleven writers to produce letters exploring race and class, to be read by a series… Read More

NEWS: Funeral Flowers to Play at the Bunker Theatre

Rachel Nwokoro’s production will play at the theatre from the 15th April. Combining spoken word with a live floristry demonstration, it has been announced that Funeral Flowers by Emma Dennis-Edwards will play at the Bunker Theatre from the 15th April. This 2018 multi and Fringe First award winning play tells the story of Angelique, 17,… Read More

NEWS: Double Bill of One Woman Shows to Play at the Bunker Theatre

It has been confirmed that Box Clever by Monsay Whitney and Killymuck by Kat Woods will play at the Bunker Theatre. Exploring the political cause and effect of what being born with less means, Killymuck by Kat Woods and Box Clever by Monsay Whitney will play at the Bunker Theatre from the 26th March until… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 3rd February

Here’s what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture  this week… Interview with Matthew Gordon: the actor chatted to Love London Love Culture about his role in the new UK touring production based on Liz Pichon’s books. Review of West End Women at Cadogan Hall: Lambert Jackson’s latest concert production saw Celinde Schoenmaker, Rachel John and Lauren Samuels taking to the stage to perform some classic musical theatre songs. Review of Tango Fire at the Peacock Theatre: also this week saw… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for Boots at the Bunker Theatre

Casting has been confirmed for Sacha Voit and Jessica Butcher’s play.  Directed by Nadia Papachronopoulou, the production is set to star Amanda Boxer (Mosquitoes, National Theatre; Blue Heart, Orange Tree/Tobacco Factory; TheArab Israeli Cookbook, Gate Theatre/Tricycle Theatre) and Tanya Loretta Dee (Eastenders debut; One Life Stand, Paines Plough; Offside, Futures Theatre) in this story of adventure through forests, friendship and… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 6th January

Here’s a few interviews, reviews, news and features on LLLC that are  popular reads this week… Interview with Gemma Barnett: this week, LLLC chatted to the actress about starring in Papercut Theatre’s production of ‘Lola’ as part of The Vaults Festival from the 23rd January. Interview with Jessica Lazar: also proving popular this week is Love London Love Culture’s interview with director Jessica Lazar, discussing her production of… Read More

Interview With… Mohand Hasb Alrsol Badr

Love London Love Culture chatted to Mohand about Welcome to the  UK, playing at the Bunker Theatre from the 22nd  January. Could you explain what ‘Welcome to the UK’ is about?Welcome to the UK is about the situation of refugees in the UK and about the system here, like the Home Office, that we have to go through when we claim asylum. People think we are safe when we cross the border and… Read More

Interview With…Ben Nathan

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to the playwright about his new play Semites, playing at the Bunker Theatre for a limited run. Could you explain what Semites is about and the themes explored?  Semites is about exploring the thoughts and views of people living an ordinary life under extraordinary circumstances. It’s about challenging people’s preconceptions, challenging the… Read More

Interview with… Amy Bethan Evans

Love London Love Culture’s Editor Emma Clarendon spoke to Amy Bethan Evans about her play Libby’s Eyes playing as part of Breaking Out at the Bunker Theatre.  Could you tell me a bit more about what Libby’s Eyes is about? Libby’s Eyes is about a visually impaired woman who is issued an audio descriptive robot. The… Read More