It’s the final week of VAULT Festival, but don’t worry there are some amazing shows still to see, and here are our top 5 picks.
Recently, Louise started seeing girls and guns everywhere. She obsessed over them on YouTube and in music videos, felt a bit disgusted about them in video games, and tried not to see them in pornography. She began to ponder what it was about that coupling that was so attractive, and wondered whether Godard was right.
This is a show that asks a woman and an unprepared male performer to play out a film script in front of you. It wonders what the difference is between watching something on screen and experiencing something live. It asks what it means to be a ‘hero’, what it means to be a plot device, and what it means to watch.
Sweet. Cheerful. Incredibly handsome. Timothy is a husband to die for – no wonder his wife is worried.
Yvonne and Susan don’t know what to expect when their best friend invites them to a meeting in her cellar. But when Annette claims her perfect husband is planning to kill her, they find themselves drawn into a tangled web of rash accusation and rising panic. With Timothy hard at work in the kitchen, and dinnertime fast approaching, can the three women separate fact from fiction and escape with their lives?
In December 2008, an American entrepreneur left a tech conference in Paris. As he stood in the street, unable to hail a cab, an idea landed with the falling snow: tap a button, get a ride.
Brilliant Jerks tells the story of three people – a driver, a coder, and a CEO – working for one tech monolith, but living worlds apart.
As 2018 falls to a zombie apocalypse, Tom and Bunny begin their perilous journey to Yorkshire in quest of sanctuary and a proper cup of tea. From the creators of the award-winning sellout hit Buzz: A New Musical comes a gender-stereotype destroying, black and bloody comedy with a live folk soundtrack. Join Tom and Bunny as they discover what it is to be British in a crisis.
Texas born Tori Scott makes her riotous debut at VAULT Festival, direct from sell-out performances in New York, Los Angeles, Mexico & Provincetown (opening for Bianca Del Rio). Join Tori and her three-piece band ‘The Shame Spirals’ on an audacious musical journey of slurred autobiographical stories and songs she stole from other people. The show is set to the music of Edith Piaf, David Bowie, Judy Garland, The Drifters, Adele, Miley Cyrus and more. You’re in for “an absolute thrill” (Huffington Post).
VAULT Festival Tickets can be purchased here.