A week until we open BUNNY in New York!

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We're not really sure how it happened, but suddenly with only a week left of our sell-out run at the Soho Theatre (book tickets here) we're off to New York to open another production of Jack Thorne's "brilliant minature play" (according to Time Out).

The flights are booked, our visas are ready and we can't wait to be heading off to the Big Apple to educate the Americans about Luton. We'll be keeping you updated on what audiences think of the show when it's at 59E59 Theaters, but in the meantime if you haven't seen it while it's here, get booking. After sold out shows last week and only two left for tomorrow (even after we added more seats!), you've got to get there fast if you want to see it.



**** The Guardian
**** Time Out
**** The Scotsman
**** The Financial Times

Soho Theatre, London
Wed 12 – Sat 29 October 2011 8pm; Fri and Sat Matinees at 2.30pm
2 - 20 November 2011 (Times vary)
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4 Stars and Critics' Choice in TIME OUT for Jack Thorne's BUNNY

We had a fantastic first week of performances at the Soho Theatre, and this week we're Critics' Choice in TimeOut!

"Rosie Wyatt is excellent as Katie"

"Thorne writes with exceptional drive and insight"

"a brilliant minature play about Britain"

Read the full review here.

Make sure you pop along to the Soho Theatre in the next two weeks so you don't miss it! Wednesday is sold out, but we do have tickets later on in the week.

BUNNY by Jack Thorne

Soho Theatre, London

Wed 12 – Sat 29 October 2011 8pm; Fri and Sat Matinees at 2.30pm

020 7478 0100 /


BUNNY, a year on...

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And how far we've come! The formidable Rosie Wyatt performed Jack Thorne's fringe first award winning 'bunny'' for the 50th time last night at the soho theatre upstairs. Rather auspicious you might say? In our 9th venue Katie enthralled her new London audience with her trade mark wit and sas. Team nabokov couldn't be more thrilled to be here for Bunny's long overdue London debut, and celebrated with post show bubbles and banter.

It was a fond reunion between cast and creatives and Rosie threw out another belting performance. It's been an incredible journey that has brought us to the mighty Soho and 'Bunny' is certainly back with a vengeance -  funnier and feistier than ever!

Miss us at your peril...

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