What a joy it is to discover such a pleasant, pretty and pertinent pair of talents as those of Mr Harry Blake and Ms Alice Keedwell, especially when showcased in such a beautiful presentation as this delightful ‘comedy musical’, debuted last week at The Vaults
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If we had some more cocaine, then maybe the play would have seemed a whole lot better. But we didn’t. Cue Carole King…. ‘Up on the roof’.
I Have A Bad Feeling About This House of Blakewell, Vaults Festival 21 – 25 February 2018 Book Now For those of us who are HOB virgins, the prospect of finally being able to discover the ins and outs of this fringe cult is a pleasant one indeed, and this year the Vaults Fest regulars […]
The Boring Room is hardly worth all that effort. And, if you’re thinking of going, think long and hard before you do.
Mark Ludmon previews this year’s Vault festival in and around The Vaults in Waterloo, London Our pick of theatre and performance at Vault 2018 Every year, Vault arts festival just gets bigger and bigger. For 2018, more than 300 shows will take place around London’s Waterloo from January 24 to March 18, focused on The […]
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.
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 […]