There are shadows here of ‘The Events’, as well as other absurdist and expressionist drama. I hope we hear more from Mr Eyre very soon.
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One of the most keenly anticipated events of this year’s gathering in the cavernous spaces beneath the tracks of Waterloo Station is this sci-fi space rock musical by the hugely original and talented Henry Carpenter. Developed through the good offices of Hannah Elsy Productions, we have seen this brilliant new creation grow from a 3-song […]
Following an acclaimed debut performance at the 2016 Latitude Festival, Poleroid Theatre bring their latest work This Must Be The Place to the 2017 Vault Festival from 8 – 12 February 2017. This first-time collaboration between Pinter Commission winning Brad Birch and BAFTA-nominated Kenneth Emson, This Must Be The Place follows Adam, a young Londoner […]
The Vaults are to play host to a brand new science fiction musical odyssey this February when Summer Nights In Space opens as part of this year’s Vault Festival. Presented by Hannah Elsy Productions, Summer Nights In Space is from the creators of the critically acclaimed The Quentin Dentin Show. The show which is billed […]
David Aula and Simon Evans have teamed up to create a ground-breaking piece of theatre, The Vanishing Man, described as a “time-hopping, misdirection-abusing, mind-bending examination of what really happens when a man, in full sight of his audience, simply ceases to be”. “This is a show about magic. But not a magic show,” they said. It tells […]
Eggs is a dark comedy about female friendship, fertility and freaking out. This intimate two-hander by Florence Keith-Roach, which premiered to great acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015, looks at gender disparity and the struggle of growing up as part of Generation Y. It is about young women trying to figure out who they are […]
An eclectic and jam-packed programme of over 150 events, to be held in one venue across 11 days, has been revealed. VAULT – an arts and comedy festival set in the myriad of vaults underneath Waterloo Station – kicks of on 27 January 2016 and tickets for the range of events – featuring theatre performances, […]
Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and Rachel Parish transfer the core thematic and psychological matrix of the story very successfully into the framework of the modern art world and an exploration of its cult of excess.