Interview With… Natasha Sutton Williams

Natasha Sutton Williams spoke to Love London Love Culture about Freud the Musical and bringing it to the Vault Festival.  How excited are you about bringing Freud the Musical back to London as part of the Vault Festival? Super excited! To my mind VAULT Festival is what the Edinburgh Fringe was when it started in… Read More

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Interview With… Thomas Martin

The director spoke to Love London Love Culture about If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You, playing as part of the Vault festival from the 14th February.  Hi Thomas, thank you so much for talking to Love London Love Culture. Could you tell me a little bit more about… Read More

PREVIEW: Tori Scott: Thirsty!, Vault Festival, The Vaults

Tori Scott will return to London to make her debut performance at the Vault Festival with her show Thirsty!  Named one of Time Out New York’s top 10 Cabaret artists, Tori Scott brings her latest show back to London, directly following performances at the Joe’s Pub at The Public Theatre, New York and Live at Zedel in… Read More

PREVIEW: If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You, Vault Festival

John O’Donovan’s romantic drama returns to play at this year’s Vault Festival from the 14th to the 25th February.  A small town in the West of Ireland. Halloween. There’s a party to get to and Mikey and Casey have everything they need…. Booze. Cash. Drugs. Each other. The only problem is they’re stuck. Stuck on… Read More

Interview with….Peter Groom

The actor, dancer and choreographer spoke to Love London Love Culture about the world premiere of his show Dietrich- Natural Duty, playing as part of the Vault Festival…  Could you tell me a bit about Dietrich: Natural Duty  and what audiences can expect?  Natural Duty is a one (wo)man cabaret exploring the life of Hollywood icon… Read More

PREVIEW: Monster, Vaults Festival

Following its successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017, Joe Sellman-Leava’s show arrives in London for the Vaults Festival from the 24th January.  What happens when the red mist descends? Why do some people lash out, while others contain their anger? What’s really going on in the minds of young men? A unique combination… Read More

PREVIEW: Think of England, Vault Festival, The Vaults

Anonymous is a Woman Theatre Company will present Madeline Gould’s play based on a real-life War time scandal as part of the Vault Festival from the 7th to the 11th February.  The war office has employed Bette and Vera to travel the country hosting tea dances to boost morale. But how will the RAF boys react… Read More

PREVIEW: Be Prepared, The Vault Festival

Ian Bonar and Rob Watt will bring their show to London following its premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016. Tom’s a mess. Mr Chambers keeps phoning asking for a Funeral Director. Tom is not a Funeral Director. This is how getting one digit wrong can change a person’s life, forever. Conversations become confused. Memories… Read More

NEWS: Dietrich: Natural Duty to Play as Part of The Vaults Festival

Playing at The Vaults from the 24th until the 28th January as part of the Vaults Festival, Dietrich: Natural Duty combines theatre, cabaret and drag.  It is 1942, on the battlefields of North Africa, in a gold sequin gown, Marlene Dietrich takes to the stage to launch her own offensive against the German Reich. For… Read More

NEWS: Chivaree Circus’ Becoming Shades to Play at The Vaults Festival

It has been announced that Chivaree Circus will return to the Vault Festival with extended version of Becoming Shades from the 24th January.  Taking audiences on a immersive underworld journey in the long dark tunnels of Waterloo’s Vaults, Becoming Shades is based on the classical myth of Persephone and combines  live music, physical theatre, aerial acrobatics, fire,… Read More