Internationally acclaimed writer Tristan Bernays will debut his latest play, modern day horror story Ghost House, at Vault Festival next month. Book your tickets now!
Following a sold-out New York premiere in 2019, Outer Gaea Company makes its VAULT Festival debut next month with tale of diplomatic relations put to the test in a political battle of wits, The Ballerina. Time to book your tickets!
Meet Red Peter, the character at the heart of the award-nominated Camden Fringe Festival hit, which returns to London for a March run at the VAULT Festival. Time to book your tickets!
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!
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!
Darkly comic tale of a woman’s journey to uncover her roots and understand who she is, Cheryl Ndione’s Apple will run at the VAULT Festival next month. Book you tickets now!
Playwright Beverley Andrews shines a light on less obvious casualties of war in new play Annawon’s Song, which runs as part of VAULT Festival next month. 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!
Grid Theatre’s acclaimed staging of Red Peter, an award-nominated hit at the 2019 Camden Fringe Festival, will head back to the capital later this spring for a short run at the VAULT Festival. 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.
Tale of unlikely friends thrown together by circumstance, Essence will premiere at VAULT Festival, London’s biggest, boldest and wildest arts and entertainment festival. 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.
suspect this show will have a future, evolving life, and it is well worth checking out if it appears on your radar. I’d certainly be interested in seeing what they do with it next.
“The size of Camden Fringe festival allows creatives and performers to concentrate on their art rather than suffering the slings and arrows of Edinburgh’s outrageous misfortunes.” Off The Fence Theatre’s Artistic Director tells us what inspired spy comedy Agent 14 and why he is excited to to bring it to Camden Fringe. Book your tickets now!
“The question shouldn’t be so much, ‘Why should Damien be non-binary?’ as ‘Why shouldn’t they be?’” JB Pichelski’s Camden Fringe show Scenic Reality is a coming-of-age tale of mental health and finding your place in the world whose central character just happens to be non-binary. Read what the playwright, and director Samantha Wright told us about the play, then book your tickets!
Teddies, wine and microwave meals – the rehearsal images for My Name is Cathy paint a picture of trying to comfort yourself, which is unsurprising given the play follows a teacher looking back at when everything went wrong. Book your tickets now.
JB Pichelski’s drama about a quartet of school friends embarking on unknown futures, Scenic Reality will play at The Hen & Chickens Theatre next month as part of the Camden Fringe. Time to book your tickets!
Judith has a reason for dating married men. Robert is new to sexting. The Man observes in disgust. Meet the characters at the heart of Andrew Bruce-Lockhart’s new satire on society and social media, Letting Go, then book your tickets.
As part of our countdown to this year’s Camden Fringe, today we’re highlighting some of the BAME artists set to take this year’s festival by storm. Now in its 14th year, London’s alternative to Edinburgh Fringe runs from 29 July and 25 August 2019 with over 300 shows across 30 different venues.
“They are good people, despite everything that happened…” Have a sneak peek at what to expect from Red Peter, Grid Theatre’s adaptation of Kafka’s A Report to an Academy at Camden Fringe, then book your tickets.
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