Darkfield’s Séance is now in its final week in London as this year’s VAULT Festival winds to a close. Here’s a reminder of what some of the critics – including two Mates – have said about this spooky sensory sensation. Better get booking before it’s too late!
Fully appreciating the experience of binaural experience Thrown from images is difficult. The performance relies on control over your hearing possibly more than your sight. But these productions shots give a flavour for what to expect from the Living Record production that comes to VAULT Festival from 6 to 10 March 2019.
“Revolution is action. Revolution is choice.” Discover how Mark and Marichka Marczyk took that spirit of revolution, and all that comes with it, and channeled it into creating VAULT Festival hits Counting Sheep and Balaklava Blues.
Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe, theatre company Living Record is bringing its innovative show Thrown to London’s VAULT Festival next month. The one-woman production, which uses headphones and binaural sound to engulf the audience, plays a short season from 6 to 10 March.
Marvellous musical improvisers Notflix are set to create fabulous fun-filled films before audiences eyes as they bring their hit, entirely made-up show to the VAULT Festival from 6 to 10 March 2019.
Shunt, a collective of theatremakers that had huge success with their site-specific productions around London Bridge from 2000 to 2010, has also spawned Darkfield, founded by former Shunters Glen Neath, David Rosenberg and Andrea Salazar. In our interview, Glen explains how Darkfield’s binaural work in shipping containers has evolved. Time to get booking!
You’ll soon have not one but two sonic sensation shows from Darkfield to experience at VAULT Festival. On 20 February 2019, their second shipping container brings Flight to land outside the Vaults in London’s Waterloo. Watch the trailer – and see how audiences have been reacting in Edinburgh and on tour. Time to get booking!
Balaklava Blues, a music and multimedia experience exploring post-traumatic stress and attempts to move forward, is playing alongside its immersive predecessor Counting Sheep at this year’s VAULT Festival. Both created by Mark and Marichka Marczyk, they run at Waterloo venue until 17 March 2019.
Have you experienced sonic specialists Darkfield? Their hit container show Séance helps launch VAULT Festival this week. Watch the trailer – and see how audiences have been reacting on tour. These are twenty minutes you’ll never forget. Time to get booking!
Wrapping up their first tour of the UK, and after a second sell-out Edinburgh Fringe, sonic specialists Darkfield bring their two hit container shows Séance and Flight to London for a two-month residency as part of the 2019 VAULT Festival. Time to get booking!