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. The Bunker believes in theatre with purpose: We provide ambitious artists a home in which to share their work with adventurous audiences. Our audiences and artists are at the forefront of the work we are interested in. We champion each piece in The Bunker and we want the stage filled with exciting and exhilarating contemporary theatre.
The Bunker is in close proximity to London Bridge Station (Northern Line, Jubilee Line and National Rail Service) and Borough (Northern Line)
From London Bridge, take the exit for Borough High Street. Walk along Borough High Street towards Southwark Street, and The Bunker entrance will be on your left.
From Borough, turn left onto Marshalsea Road, and then take a right onto Ayres Street, which turns into O’Meara Street at the junction with Union Street. Walk onto O’Meara Street and turn left onto Southwark Street. The Bunker entrance is on your left a short walk down the road.
Bus Routes RV1 and 344 stop and depart directly outside the entrance to The Bunker.
There is limited parking on the streets around The Bunker. The nearest NCP is London Bridge NCP, SE1 3RU.
There are several bicycle stands on Southwark Street, Southwark Bridge Road and Union St within 150m of The Bunker for securing bicycles and a Santander Cycle dock further down Southwark Street outside The Breakfast Club.