VAULT Festival

Preview: Lock and Key at VAULT Festival

This March the world premiere of Lock and Key, a brand new musical from Barlow & Smith starring Tiffany Graves and Evelyn Hoskins, comes to VAULT Festival for a strictly limited run, directed by Adam Lenson. You thought your boss was bad… It’s late. Jess should really be going – after all,

2018-02-22T17:59:17+00:00 Thursday, February 22, 2018|

Vault Picks Week 5 (21st – 27th February)

This year sees the biggest ever VAULT Festival, and with over 300 shows to choose from the possibilities are endless.  We've picked five productions worth seeing in week 5. Constellations  (22nd – 23rd February) Constellations is an exploration of humanity’s relationship to the cosmos. It is witty and

2018-02-21T15:21:45+00:00 Tuesday, February 20, 2018|

Preview: Stegosaurus at VAULT Festival

Elpida Stathatou’s Stegosaurus plunges audiences into a world of exposed bones, black coffee, cigarettes and self-loathing.  The Greek actress is bringing the powerful one-woman play to London’s VAULT Festival from 27 February to 4 March. Stathatou was highly praised at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe for her “unrelenting and heartfelt performance” (Fringe Guru)

2018-02-16T12:36:05+00:00 Friday, February 16, 2018|

Review: Cotton at VAULT Festival

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets Alex Benjamin’s Cotton makes its London debut at The Waterloo East Theatre as part of VAULT Festival, a modern play for a modern world, capturing the trappings of youth, and the pitfalls of adulthood. The subject is not one I’m terribly familiar with, and so I

2018-02-15T19:40:20+00:00 Wednesday, February 14, 2018|

VAULT Festival Picks Week 4 (14th – 20th February)

This year sees the biggest ever VAULT Festival, and with over 300 shows to choose from the possibilities are endless.  As we approach the half-way point, we've picked five productions worth seeing in week 4. Consumables (Until 18th February) Theatre Weekly Top 3 Off-West End Productions 2017 Lonely

2018-02-12T17:55:41+00:00 Monday, February 12, 2018|

Preview: A Hundred Words for Snow at VAULT Festival

A Hundred Words for Snow, by Tatty Hennessy, has been developed with the support of the Peggy Ramsey Foundation and was a winner of the Heretic Voices Monologue Competition. “it’s a bit weird to be sitting in the Arctic Circle chatting to a fit boy with your Dad’s ashes in your backpack”

2018-02-12T17:47:34+00:00 Monday, February 12, 2018|

Preview: Treading Water at VAULT Festival

Following the success of R&D project Repetitive Beats at the 2017 Vault Festival, Subtle Paws returns to Vault 2018 with Treading Water. Sue and Carol are lifeguards. Their routine is simple and their dreams seems equally so as they spend their days keeping the morning swimmers, the day trippers, and the evening

2018-02-12T17:47:55+00:00 Monday, February 12, 2018|

Review: Think of England at VAULT Festival

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets The tunnels which occupy the space underneath Waterloo Station can be wonderfully atmospheric during the VAULT Festival, and no more so than for Madeline Gould’s Think of England, which recreates a war-time sense of 'Keep Calm and Carry On', though it's the carry on part which

2018-02-08T18:28:25+00:00 Thursday, February 8, 2018|

Review: The Poetry We Make at VAULT Festival

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets Gender fluidity, is a popular subject for theatre at the moment, which has always been at the forefront of changing attitudes and beliefs. The Poetry We Make developed by Jaswinder Blackwell-Pal and Edwina Strobl at The VAULT Festival, which itself has introduced gender neutral toilets this

2018-02-08T18:17:14+00:00 Thursday, February 8, 2018|

Preview: Sparks at VAULT Festival

Sparks is a new play by writer-performer Jessica Butcher exploring grief, loss, worth, love and fantasy. It runs during VAULT Festival 2018 between Wednesday 21 and Sunday 25 February 2018. Butcher paints a witty and entertaining portrait of dating in the modern age: our romances, our shortcomings, and how desperately we will

2018-02-07T19:37:25+00:00 Wednesday, February 7, 2018|