NEWS: Joshua McTaggart to Step Down as Artistic Director of The Bunker Theatre

It has been announced that Joshua McTaggart will step down as Artistic Director of The Bunker Theatre in September. Joshua McTaggart is stepping down from his role as Artistic Director to become the Artistic Director and CEO of the Chelsea Theatre, in West London, and from September will oversee a major capital redevelopment project. Meanwhile, David Ralf will… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of… Devil with the Blue Dress, The Bunker Theatre

New rehearsal images have been released for the world premiere of Kevin Armento’s Devil with the Blue Dress which will play at the Bunker Theatre from the 29th March. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening in rehearsals… January 1998: America is rocked by one of the biggest political sex scandals of all time. Slyly exhuming the… Read More

NEWS: Casting Confirmed for Devil with the Blue Dress at The Bunker Theatre

Casting has been confirmed for The Bunker Theatre’s upcoming production of Kevin Armento’s play.  Directed by Joshua McTaggart, casting for the world premiere production has been announced. It has been confirmed that Emma Handy (Handbagged, Tricyle Theatre), Dawn Hope (Follies, National Theatre), Daniella Isaacs (Hear Me Raw, Soho Theatre), Flora Montgomery (Gaslight, Royal Alexandra Toronto) and Kristy… Read More

Interview With… Joshua McTaggart

The Bunker Theatre’s Artistic Director spoke to Love London Love Culture about the theatre’s upcoming spring season… How are you feeling about The Bunker’s Spring programme?  This is the first fully curated season of work we have announced since opening the venue, so it feels like a long time coming in terms of a clear… Read More

NEWS: The Bunker’s Inaugural Season to Finish with World Premiere of Abigail

Fiona Doyle’s Abigail will conclude The Bunker’s first season, running at the theatre from the 10th January 2017.  This world premiere production will be directed by Joshua McTaggart and stars Tia Bannon (The Winter’s Tale and Pericles, The Globe) and Mark Rose (King Lear, The Old Vic; Hangmen, Royal Court). In a snow-covered Berlin, a young woman… Read More