The Bunker is establishing a free-to-use writers’ room at its London home, as part of plans announced by new artistic director Chris Sonnex.
Sonnex took over the leadership of the theatre in September and is also unveiling his first season, which includes a satirical comedy about refugees in the UK, the Fringe First award-winning Funeral Flowers and a week-long festival exploring identity.
In the spring, the Bunker, in Southwark, will open the Writers’ Snug, a free-to-use space within the theatre’s building set aside for playwrights to work in. One of the desks will be permanently reserved for under-represented writers.
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Source: The Stage