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Home Vault Festival 2019 Previews

Vault Festival 2019 Previews

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Vault Festival 2019 Previews

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

Preview: A Wake in Progress at VAULT Festival

Preview: A Wake in Progress uniquely combines scripted scenes and audience interaction to offer a humorous yet moving tale of love, death and funerals @FineMessTheatre

Preview: Kompromat at VAULT Festival

Preview: Inspired by the spy-in-the-sports-bag case, Kompromat exposes our fears and failures. Sometimes killer and victim is the closest relationship two men can have. @emploupro