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Home Vault Festival 2019 Previews

Vault Festival 2019 Previews

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Vault Festival 2019 Previews

Preview: From Afar at Travelling Through Bookshop (VAULT Festival)

Preview: To Agnes, there are few things as sacred as a sealed envelope.  An amusing and touching portrait of a life spent writing letters, From Afar is dedicated to the real-life Agnes. @FromAfarPlay

Preview: How to Date a Magical Creature at VAULT Festival

Preview: After a secret preview to a sold-out crowd at the Hoopla Impro Festival 2018, How To Date A Magical Creature will officially premiere at the VAULT Festival in February

Preview: Jericho at VAULT Festival

Preview: JERICHO is a show about the world we live in, and have always lived in, and always will live in. It's about bad things happening that a lot of people think are good things (and vice versa) @malaproptheatre

Preview: Open at VAULT Festival

Preview:  Drawing on Grindr chats, private emails, and interviews with current and former lovers, Open is an up-close and personal modern day romance, for anyone curious enough to find out. @FullDisclosureT

Preview: Fight Night at VAULT Festival

Preview: After winning the Innovation Award at last year’s Festival, Exit Productions return to VAULT 2019 with the world premiere of Fight Night - their most ambitious immersive project to date @exitprodu #FightNight

Preview: Dangerous Lenses at VAULT Festival

Preview: From the offbeat brain of one of Australia’s most exciting playwrights, Dangerous Lenses is a taut thriller that questions if you really can trust what you see. @papercuttheatre

Preview: We’ve Got Each Other at VAULT Festival

Preview: Hold on to your mullet for the spectacular Bon Jovi jukebox musical… except, it’s up to the audience to imagine it all, with the help of just one man: theatre maker Paul O’Donnell @podonnell2

Preview: Thomas at VAULT Festival

Preview: Thomas has Asperger’s. David doesn’t. As these two boys struggle through the ups and downs of growing into men, Thomas explores the experience of living with this still often misunderstood condition @snappertheatre

Preview: Lola at VAULT Festival

Preview: Lola at VAULT Festival - In her debut play H.L Nixon explores the feminine form and the prejudices and assumptions that society places on women @papercuttheatre

Preview: Jammie Dodger at VAULT Festival

Preview: Jammie Dodger comes to VAULT Festival. A fast-paced, violent and darkly comic farce featuring betrayals, pyramid schemes and lots and lots of jam. @Gvd_Bossche

Preview: Hear Me Howl at VAULT Festival

Preview: From Lights Down Productions, developed with support of Soho Theatre Young Company, comes Hear Me Howl – one woman, her drums and a whole lotta rage against the patriarchy @Hear_Me_Howl

Preview: SALAAM at VAULT Festival

Preview: Sara Aniqah Malik presents her debut play, SALAAM, premiering at VAULT 2019 and exploring Islamophobia and the experience of being a Muslim in modern London @salaamplay

Preview: Bobby & Amy at VAULT Festival

Preview: Emily Jenkins returns to London for the world premiere of her new dark comedy. Bobby & Amy, which explores friendship, heartache, and what happens when our way of life is threatened by those who don’t understand it. @EmilyJJenkins

Preview: Monkey’s Blood at VAULT Festival

Preview: Monkey’s Blood is created by and stars founder of Theatre N16, Jamie Eastlake. A brand new play about children's TV, the far right and a foul mouthed monkey. @jamieeastlake

Preview: Greyscale at VAULT Festival

Preview: How do people miss the signals of someone withdrawing consent? Greyscale is inspired by the Aziz Ansari scandal @AIAWTheatreCo

Preview: I Would Like To Get To Know You at VAULT Festival

Preview: Critically acclaimed companies Feral Foxy Ladies & Kaleido Film Collective return to VAULT after a sell-out run of Balancing Acts in 2017 to bring you I Would Like To Get To Know You @feralfoxyladies