Following five UK tours Miss Nightingale the original British musical by Matthew Bugg will return to London for an extended run of eight weeks at The Vaults nearly six years after the show was originally seen in the capital. (Special ticket offer below). Miss Nightingale is a completely new British musical which has garnered success since 2011 completing five national tours, playing more than 300 performances to 50,000 people at 30 theatres across the UK. Last year Miss Nightingale was named in the Guardian Readers’ Top 50 Shows of 2016. It was also voted into the Top 100 Greatest Musicals of All Time. The poll organised by BritishTheatre.com invited the public to nominate their five favourite musicals from both stage and screen. The final count saw Miss Nightingale placed at number 80 beating musical theatre classics such as Sweet Charity, Hello Dolly!, Top Hat, Show Boat, Sister Act, and even, … Read more
Following its acclaimed season the Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester, Jonathan O’Boyle’s 50th Anniversary production of Hair will transfer to The Vaults from Wednesday 4 October 2017 for a limited season. Heralded as being a mini-Woodstock, this unique production of Hair will take advantage of the immersive nature of the space complete with hippie flower power, iconic artwork and psychedelic innovative creatives. There will also be 60’s themed pop-up restaurants and drinks, stalls selling vintage 60s and tie dye clothes, 60s smiley badges and memorabilia, hippie wigs and flower headdresses, vinyl’s – everything needed for a legal high. Hair will be presented in an intimate 200 seats space, where audiences will experience Hair in all its glory, still as relevant today as it was 50 years ago. It’s 1967 and Hair‘s hippie-hood youngsters live as The Tribe, in the East Village of New York: yearning to change the world, questioning … Read more
The Litterati is an intriguing deconstruction of life on the margins of society, seen through the eyes of its sheltered protagonist. The play occasionally suffers from melodrama, and explaining, rather than demonstrating key elements of the narrative. Nevertheless, this is compensated by otherwise perceptive dialogue and strong performances. It is certainly worth a watch.
The World Premiere of Goosebumps is now underway at The Vaults in London. We are pleased to bring you some images of this immersive experience. Producers are working closely with Scholastic (publishers of Goosebumps) to create an immersive world based on the popular book series by R L Stine which will run at The Vaults until 4 September 2016. The interactive show is presented in promenade style, as audience members wind their way through the abandoned railway tunnels of The Vaults and through a series of spine-tingling scenes inspired by some of Stine’s most iconic creations, including Stay Out Of The Basement, One Day In Horrorland, Night Of The Living Dummy and Say Cheese, And Die! Goosebumps combines sharp storytelling from immersive stalwart Tom Salamon (Accomplice) with an array of unforgettable effects, including artwork from the original book jacket illustrator Tim Jacobus, design by Samuel Wyer (Alice’s Adventures Underground), sound … Read more