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Eyes Closed, Ears Covered, Bunker Theatre – Review

Credit: Anton Belmonté

Pros: The confident and able cast deliver this play with conviction, in an unusual venue that makes it stand out even more. Cons: A weaker second act loses the flow (and the plot), leading to a distressing climax. Eyes Closed, Ears Covered is a full-on piece of theatre: it demands attention, but also scrutiny. On the surface, we see two teenage boys bunking off school for the day, back in 1986. They swap grim Woking and the school bus for ...

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The Enchanted – The Bunker – Review

Credit: Dina T

  Pros: A compelling central performance from Corey Montague-Sholay who gives feeling and depth to his role as narrator, and a story that grips when allowed space to do so. Cons: Too much distracts from the central story, for the sake of cleverness. Heading to the Bunker tonight just felt so surreal that it surely had to affect my views on this show. For those who are unaware of this highly unique theatre in a converted underground car park: it ...

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