I never got to go to Shunt when it was at London Bridge, but I have been keeping an eye out for what they've been doing since, and saw their Electric Hotel which was good, and they have a new production out. It sounds very interesting, loosely inspired by the Labyrinth and the Minotaur. Here's some official blurb:
In the custard halls of the biscuit factory in Bermondsey
The walls are smeared with history - the history of mass producing biscuits.
Shunt have taken the extraordinary liberty to extend this history to ancient Greece.
Inspired by the labyrinth and the horror it contains.
'I hear their footsteps or their voices in the depths of the galleries of stone and I run with joy in search of them.'
The House of Asterion by Jorge Luis Borges
These are your footsteps - they are your voices - this is a trip of a lifetime.
A wildly disorientating performance chasing the tail of myths, memory and misanthropy; and the vague hope that amongst you there might also be a hero.
It's running through December and January. Tickets are £20 or £25 Friday and Saturday. I'd like to go on a weeknight and save that extra £5. Dates are pretty flexible but I'm going to suggest the week commencing December 10th.
You can buy tickets here: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/shows/the-architects-–-shunt-at-the-biscuit-factory?dates=[masked]#tabpos