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Preview: Tori Scott Thirsty! at VAULT Festival

Tori Scott, named one of Time Out New York’s top 10 Cabaret artists, is returning to London this year and making her VAULT Festival debut with Thirsty! Direct from sell-out performances at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theatre, New York and Live at Zedel in London, this unstoppable show celebrates poor life

2018-01-12T17:53:50+00:00 Friday, January 12, 2018|

Preview: If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You

Offie-nominated If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You is a play of small dreams and big hopes. John O’Donovan’s working-class love story explores the ways people find love and kindness, even when oppression kicks them from all angles. Loveable tearaways Mikey and Casey are stuck

2018-01-10T17:10:08+00:00 Wednesday, January 10, 2018|

Preview: Father of Lies at VAULT Festival

After sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe and the London Horror Festival, true crime thriller Father of Lies returns to London for six performances only, playing at VAULT Festival from Wednesday 28 February to Sunday 4 March 2018. Using photographs, letters and police reports uncovered during a year of research and investigation,

2018-01-10T17:06:42+00:00 Wednesday, January 10, 2018|

Preview: Elsa at VAULT Festival

Through character comedy, satirical songs and off-the-cuff stand-up covering the contradictions of slut-shaming to Instagram-envy, Isobel Rogers explores cultural stereotypes and what lies underneath. Isobel Rogers’ debut show, Elsa, is directed by Sara Joyce, who directed Milly Thomas’ The Stage Award-winning Dust at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 and was recently announced as

2018-01-10T17:03:56+00:00 Wednesday, January 10, 2018|

Preview: Doktor James’ Bad Skemes at VAULT Festival

A terrible supervillain brings his show to London to get help from badly behaved children. After receiving critical acclaim and selling out shows across multiple fringe festivals in 2016 and 2017 with Doktor James's Akademy of Evil, award-winning comedian James Bennison (International Youth Arts Festival Brighton Fringe Stand Up Comedy Award 2015)

2018-01-10T17:01:23+00:00 Wednesday, January 10, 2018|

Preview: Silk Road at VAULT Festival

Alex Oates' Silk Road, the first play to be funded by cryptocurrency Bitcoin, returns after a triumphant Edinburgh Fringe Festival with its London premiere, opening at VAULT Festival 2018, before touring to Live Theatre, Newcastle in February. “How is it delivered? That’s the best bit! Royal Mail. Postman Pat brings your smack

2018-01-09T17:28:40+00:00 Tuesday, January 9, 2018|

Preview: Cotton at VAULT Festival

The Peaceful Defeat make their VAULT Festival debut with Alex Benjamin’s new play Cotton, a dizzying, manic trip into the world of professional gaming. When their team disbands after a devastating loss, three professional gamers are thrown back into a life that never made sense to them. They've got to make it

2018-01-08T17:32:27+00:00 Monday, January 8, 2018|

Preview: OK, Bye at VAULT Festival

Following an award-winning run at VAULT Festival 2017 with A Year From Now, Red Belly Black Theatre returns with the world premiere of OK, Bye -a fierce and fresh take on saying goodbye. Whether you are saying goodbye to a person, an addiction or a place, everything you part ways with is

2018-01-03T11:40:39+00:00 Monday, January 1, 2018|

Preview: Das Fest at VAULT Festival

Crossing between illusion and theatre, Philipp Oberlohr’s thrilling new production Das Fest is the surreal sequel to his interactive Das Spiel, which premiered at Ovalhouse and sold out at VAULT Festival in 2016 winning the People's Choice Award. Das Fest meaningfully engages audiences, delving into their beliefs, memories and realities. Das Fest

2018-01-03T11:38:18+00:00 Monday, January 1, 2018|

EXCLUSIVE: First Look at The New Trailer for Consumables at VAULT Festival

Consumables, which has just appeared in the top three of our top off-west end shows of 2017, returns to London in February at The VAULT Festival. Unapologetic, darkly comic and poignant, Consumables is a provocative play about the extreme lengths two lonely people go to to find a connection. Blaize, a young down-and-out

2017-12-29T16:19:58+00:00 Friday, December 22, 2017|