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Bunker theatre - Eyes Closed ears covered bannerThe Bunker Theatre presents Eyes Closed, Ears Covered

One boy murdered.One boy interrogated. Shattering consequences. Woking 1986. Seb and Aaron have been planning this day for weeks. They’ve written their sick notes. They’ve saved, scraped and stolen the money where they can. They’re actually doing it!

Eyes Closed, Ears Covered follows two teenage boys caught up in an innocent quest to Brighton.  As we follow their adventure, through a series of entwining police interviews, we begin to find out that, behind this innocent adventure, lies the dark truth of their hidden past.

The Bunker is proud to present this gripping new thriller by playwright Alex Gwyther and directed by Award-Winning director Derek Anderson.

Eyes Closed, Ears Covered explores how trauma and overwhelming experiences can directly affect vulnerable young minds.

This strictly limited season runs until the 30th September.



Performance dates and time

Dates: 6th September – 30th September 2017     (no Sunday performances)

Times: 19:30 & 15:00 matinees   (matinees Wednesday and Saturday)

Running Time:  100mins including an interval (please note there will be a post show event lasting 10-30minutes after every performance of the show)

Doors and Bar open 1 hour before show starts

Ticket prices
Standard: £19.50 / Concession: £15.00 / Previews: £12.00 / ticket deals £10 Tickets for U25s  (Limited to 10 per show)

Please contact the Box Office if you would like to book more than 10 tickets

Post show-events:

The bunker’s ethos is about nurturing a performance environment where audiences stay after the show to enjoy events, discussions and drinks in the auditorium.   Alongside Eyes Closed, Ears Covered, there will be post-show events for every performance; including dance responses, spoken word responses, music, director and producer panels. 

The following Post Show events have been announced:

  • Thursday 28th September: Myself UK Dance
  • Friday 29th September: Myself UK Dance
  • Saturday 30th September: Myself UK Dance
  • Wednesday 27th September: Myself UK Dance

The Bunker Theatre 53a Southwark Street London SE11RU

Tickets:£19.50 standard tickets £15.00 concession tickets £10.00 Under-25 tickets (only 10 per show) £12.00 preview

Tickets box line :02072340486 Email:boxoffice@bunkertheatre.com





The Bunker Theatre

The Bunker is London’s newest Off-West End theatre housed in a former underground parking garage in London Bridge. The space has been transformed from its original abandoned state into a unique 110-seater studio theatre.With four concrete pillars marking out the thrust performance space, an eclectic mix of audience seating on three sides of the stage, and a snug bar tucked into the corner of the venue, The Bunker has a unique character of its own.

  www.bunkertheatre.com  @BunkerTheatreUK  bunkertheatreuk

Getting there

The Bunker is situated at 53a Southwark Street, SE1 1RU and within walking distance from London Bridge Station (Borough High St exit is the nearest one)

  Click here for directions

 

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