REVIEW: Splintered, Vault Festival

Big, bold and colourful, yet Splintered never forgets to draw focus on the struggles that queer women from Trinidad and Tobago go through in coming out. Stylised as a cabaret and carnival inspired show, Splintered arrives at the Vault Festival to offer plenty of personality, energy but equally importantly a chance to examine the troubles… Read More

Interview With….Carla Garratt

The actress chatted to us about being part of Bible John, playing at the Vaults Festival from the 12th February. Hi Carla, could you explain a bit more about what Bible John is about? Bible John is a play that looks at female obsession with true crime. Four women, who could simply be anyone, discover… Read More

Interview With…Charlotte Dowding

Emma Clarendon chatted to the performer about being part of Splintered, performing as part of the Vaults Festival. Hi Charlotte- could you tell me more about Splintered?  ‘Splintered’ as in Splintered from society (chipped off, explosive) is a 3 person show, created from interviews with queer Caribbean women from Trinidad and Tobago. We have an MC to lead… Read More

Interview With…Katie Arnstein

The writer and performer chatted to us about bringing Sticky Door to the Vaults Festival. Hi Katie, could you explain a bit more about what we can expect from Sticky Door? Hello! Sticky Door is a one-woman show with original songs about my journey to becoming the woman I am today. It is set in… Read More

PREVIEW: Hexborn’s School of Sorcery, The Vaults

The Vaults and Fat Rascal Theatre have announced a new immersive dining experience, running from the 15th September. Following on from previous immersive dining experiences such as Dinner is Coming, Red Palace, Aladdin and The Feast of Wonders, Divine Proportions and Beauty and The Feast, The Vaults has announced a new magical themed dining experience in collaboration with Fat… Read More

Interview With….Millie Thorne

The creator and performer chatted to us about bringing Pigeons on L’edge to the Vaults Festival. Would you tell me more about what Pigeons on L’edge is about? Pigeons on L’edge is a comedic bird’s eye view into the world of retail. The story is told by the Pigeons who live on the ledge of a… Read More

Interview With…Joanna Vymeris

The director chatted to us about Sky in the Pie, playing as part of the Vaults Festival from the 6th March. Hi Joanna, what can we expect from Sky in the Pie? Sky in the Pie will be an audio and visual spectacle in celebration of Roger McGough’s phenomenal work. A feast for the eyes… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 22nd December 2019

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on LLLC this week… Review of The Snow Queen at the Rose Theatre: still proving to be a popular read this week, is our review of the Rose Theatre Kingston’s 2019 festive production based on Hans Christian Anderson’s fairytale. Details of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s… Read More

NEWS: Fire Hazard Games Announce Jekyll / Hyde Game

Fire Hazard Games have announced details of its latest game for adults based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s Gothic masterpiece, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Running at The Vaults from the 12th February until the 22nd March, Jekyll/Hyde will explore themes such as identity, the unreliability of memory, moral conflict, terrible ambition, and unbridled hedonism. What… Read More

REVIEW: An Act of God, The Vaults

David Javerbaum’s hilarious comedy effectively brings the ten commandments into the 21st century. Want to understand God and the bible in a whole new way? While that is a question I never thought I would ask but it is quite necessary as this razor sharp comedy by David Javerbaum proves, as God re-examines the ten… Read More