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‘Charming & sweet without being saccharine’: I HAVE A BAD FEELING ABOUT THIS – Vault Festival

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by Laura Kressly Alice and her husband moved house from a bustling city to sleepy Berkhamsted just 6 weeks ago. She can’t wait to make new friends and get stuck into all that village life offers, even though her new home is hardly trendy like Margate, and none of her friends are willing to visit. […]

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‘Hits a perfect balance’: MARGARET THATCHER QUEEN OF SOHO – Vault Festival

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The night before Parliament votes on Section 28, an amendment to the Local Government Act which prevents schools or similar local authorities from promoting homosexuality, Margaret Thatcher finds herself in a Soho nightclub. This is the fabulous premise to the now iconic drag cabaret: Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho.

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‘Too disjointed to really enjoy’: THE INTERNET WAS MADE FOR ADULTS – Vault Festival #Vault2018

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There are some real nuggets of gold hidden in The Internet Was Made for Adults, but nothing is quite in its rightful place. With such a huge creative team at Hitting the Wall Productions, it’s no wonder it feel a bit mish-mash, but it definitely needs some tightening up before they take it anywhere else.

CATCH ME – Underbelly Southbank

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Originally from Quebec, Flip FabriQue deliver Attrape Moi; meaning Catch Me; in London as part of an international tour to Tenerife, Edinburgh, the USA and Quebec Canada. For seventy-five minutes, performers Christophe Hamel, Bruno Gagnon, Hugo Ouellet Côté, Jérémie Arsenault, Camila Comin and Yann Leblanc, showcase a range of skills that are, (if a little tenuously at times), threaded together by a loose theme of travelling with friends.