Preview Tori Scott Thirsty at VAULT Festival
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 choices and Tori’s unconditional love of vodka.

Both hysterical and bawdy, Thirsty! includes songs by Edith Piaf, David Bowie, Adele, Judy Garland, The Drifters, Miley Cyrus and more. The Texas born star is a force to be reckoned with; drawing audiences in close, she has a way of inspiring everyone who sees her. Join Tori and her fabulous three-piece band on a shameless and musical journey of slurred autobiographical stories and songs written by other people…

Tori Scott comments, “I am thrilled to make my debut at The Vault Festival and honoured to be included in this amazing line up of artists. Since making my UK debut in July 2017, London has become a favourite place to perform! During my time here, I’ve fallen in love with London audiences, because much like me, they have a love of dark humour, an appreciation for live performance and a serious passion for booze. Now, if only we could get the bars to stay open later.”

Tori is a soul-baring singer and a sharp comedian! This is a show for people who enjoy dark humour and exceptional singing, and need an excuse to leave the children at home.

Thirsty! is directed by Seth Sklar-Heyn (Broadway Associate Director: Miss Saigon, Evita and A Little Night Music), with Musical Arrangements and Direction by Jesse Kissel (Broadway: The Visit and Leap of Faith), and is at VAULT Festival 14th – 18th March 2018.

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