For Headlong: People Places & Things (The National Theatre/Wyndhams Theatre/St Ann’s Warehouse New York)
Bunny has worked extensively at the National Theatre designing in all of their theatre spaces and devising shows in the the NT Studio. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightime began life at the NT, it transferred to the West End and then opened on Broadway winning her a Tony Award and an Olivier Award and is currently on a UK, US Tour and International Tour.
Her recent work includes Ink by James Graham at The Almeida Theatre and Duke of Yorks and The Red Barn at The NT directed by Robert Icke. She designed the all women Julius Caesar at The Donmar Theatre and then in NY. The Tempest completed the Trilogy, all three were performed at The Donmar at Kings Cross, a new Theatre space and Bar which she designed.
Also Heisenberg at Wyndhams Theatre
Her Opera work includes Medea at ENO. Tosca and Brief Encounter for Houston Grand Opera where she collaborated with Andre Previn.
Many of her productions have been filmed for NT Live or by the BBC and she was Production Designer on Swansong starring John Gielgud which was nominated for an Oscar as Best Short Film.