The Unbuilt City
by Keith Bunin

Making Productions teamed up once again with Graffiti Productions (who’s last collaboration was the award winning Doubt, A Parable last year) and To The Moon (Old Fools) to produce the European Premier of The Unbuilt City. The play was staged at the Kings Head Theatre (Islington) from the 6th of June to the 30th. A new play by Keith Bunin, (author of The Busy World is Hushed) The Unbuilt City had a preliminary showing at the Vassar & New York Stage and Film’s Powerhouse Season in July 2015. The play was directed by theatre veteran Glen Walford and starring stage and screen icon Sandra Dickinson.

On a cold afternoon in February, Jonah knocks on the door of a townhouse in Brooklyn Heights. He’s come to ask socialite turned recluse Claudia to sell her famously secret art collection to a university archive. Delving deep within their own history, Jonah and Claudia will face the ghosts of the men they each loved and of the lives they lived in a bid to win each other’s trust and discover the mystery behind New York’s most fabled relic: The Unbuilt City.


CLAUDIA – Sandra Dickinson
JONAH – Jonathan Chambers


Directed by Glen Walford
Designed by Erin Green
Lighting Design by Tim Deiling
Sound Design by Andrew Avery


★★★★Everything Theatre
★★★★ The Upcoming
★★★★ Reviews Gate
★★★★ Carn’s Theatre Passion
★★★★ Paul In London
★★★★ Close Up Culture

“A beautifully constructed script brought to life by two excellent actors.”
Everything Theatre

“a work of rich and wholesome playwriting by Keith Bunin”
The Upcoming

“Sandra Dickinson gives an endearing performance and strips away the layers beautifully”
Reviews Gate

“One of the best plays you’ll see on the fringe this year!”
Carn’s Theatre Passion

“a delicate and contemplative two-hander marked by sensitive and warm performances.”
Paul In London

“A tender play, beautifully played out by Chambers and Dickinson… well worth catching.”
Close Up Culture

“Central is the beautiful powerhouse performance of Sandra Dickinson, who gives a masterclass in acting skills. There isn’t a dull or wasted moment in her extraordinary bravura turn”
British Theatre