Producers Katy Lipson and Mathilde Moulin are collaborating with French theatre-makers Musidrama to present the UK premiere of C-o-n-t-a-c-t, a socially distanced, immersive outdoor experience in public spaces across London featuring live performance and 3D sound design which audiences will listen to on their own headphones. Tickets go on sale today. Opening on 31 August 2020, audiences of no more than …
‘Theatre is everywhere. It is regional. It is rural. It is poor. Now it is in your front room, it can be from anywhere.’
Nicole Ansari gives an “incandescent” performance in Sinners – The English Professor at Playground Theatre. Take a look at some of the brilliant reviews for Joshua Sobol’s play, then book your tickets!
Grab a first look at John Rwoth-Omack’s acclaimed tale of a Ugandan a child soldier, Far Gone, a check out what Sheffield audiences thought of the show, then book your tickets!
Blood, sand and euphoria – take a look at these stunning production images from the UK premiere of Sinners – The English Professor, then book your tickets!
Giving a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘sofa surfing’, check out these production images of Ayenai’s dance piece Living Here? which runs at the VAULT Festival next month. Book your tickets now!
Intrigued by the impending UK premiere of Sinners – The English Professor, directed by Brian Cox? Feed that interest with behind the scenes pictures of rehearsals, then book your tickets!
Brian Cox, star of acclaimed HBO drama Succession, steps behind the scene to direct the UK premiere of love story Sinners – The English Professor when it runs at the Playground Theatre later this month. Book your tickets now!
Gut-kicking physical performance with humour, poetry and the horrors of being a child soldier, Far Gone comes to the VAULT Festival later this spring. Book your tickets now!
When is a forest not a forest? When it’s a mind. Check out the new trailer for Ana Luiza Ulsig’s tale of internal struggle The Journey of a Warlike Mind, then book to see the show running at VAULT Festival this weekend!
“Amazing”, “thought-provoking”, “breathtaking” and “powerful” – just some of the words used by audiences at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival to describe Sold. Take a look at their responses, then book your tickets to see the show which runs in the opening week of VAULT Festival.
Airborn babies, wine violins and an unusual linen basket – discover the world of Felicity Hesed’s Cara Vita: A Clown Concerto, which has its European premiere at VAULT Festival in February. Check out the production images, then book your tickets.
Where is our place? What happens when we have nothing left to hold on to? Do we remain? These are the questions asked by new dance work Living Here? which runs as part of the VAULT Festival later this spring. Book your tickets now!
Cara Vita: A Clown Concerto, which explores the joys, sorrows, and hilarity of contemporary adulthood through music, circus and magic, will be seen in Europe for the first time this February as part of VAULT Festival. Book your tickets now.
What would like look like fight a quest for a woman’s soul, struggling through the layers of her consciousness? We didn’t know either, but luckily we’ve seen production images from Ana Luiza Ulsig’s The Journey of a Warlike Mind, which make it all much clearer. Take a look, and watch Ana talking about the show, then book your tickets!
Joy, anguish and a looming noose – take a look at fantastic pictures of Sold, the award-winning drama from Kuumba Nia Arts, which tells the forgotten story of Mary Prince, a woman born into slavery in the British West Indies. Book your tickets now.
Telling the story of Mary Prince, a woman born into slavery in the British West Indies, Amantha Edmead’s award-winning Sold will play a a one-week run in London as part of the VAULT Festival 2020. Book your tickets now.
Following an award-winning run at the Bedford Fringe in 2019, writer/performer Ana Luiza Ulsig brings her tale of finding one’s own self, The Journey of a Warlike Mind, to the 2020 VAULT Festival next month. Time to book your tickets.
And so here it is… my top 10 musicals of the decade. It turned out to be a slightly emotional journey. But it turns out musicals meant a lot in that time and I’ll fight anyone who says musicals aren’t a serious artform.
Set to dazzle and divert, the Broadway revival of Chicago returns for its third Melbourne sentence with as sexy and sinewy a company of dancers as could possibly be wished for.