A grandmother with a haunted house, time in a training coven and concerns over #MeToo witch hunts inspired folk horror comedian Katy Schutte’s new show Let’s Summon Demons, which she’s performs at London’s VAULT Festival next month. Find out more about her influences in our interview below – and then get booking!
Is a Ouija board the closest you’ve gotten to crossing to ‘the other side’? Check out our gallery from new immersive show Let’s Summon Demons, which is written and performed by former witch Katy Schutte and coming to VAULT Festival from 13 to 17 March 2019. Time to get booking… if you dare!
Folk horror comedian Katy Schutte brings her one-woman show Let’s Summon Demons, which she’s written and performs, to London next month for the final week of this year’s VAULT Festival. It runs 13 to 17 March 2019 before transferring to Brighton Fringe in May. Time to get booking… if you dare! Is it wise to ask the questions you always wanted …
Which world-changing writer/director/producer popped in to see Tilda Swinton Answers an Ad on Craigslist this week? And what did he think? There’s really only one way to find out. We’ve collected together some of our favourite tweets about the hit VAULT Festival show
One month to go until Theatre Témoin’s latest devised show FEED arrives at London’s VAULT Festival. We hear from artistic director Ailin Conant about clickbait capitalism and round up reviews and interviews from Edinburgh and on tour. Time to get booking!
Find out why former Buffy The Vampire Slayer star and fashion-recreating icon Tom Lenk is ecstatic to be playing the eponymous star of Tilda Swinton Answers an Ad on Craigslist, what drew him to the role and how his Instagram-dominating cut-price clothing creation began, then book tickets for the cult hit fringe play
Buffy The Vampire Slayer star and Instagram sensation Tom Lenk will be one of the biggest stars at this year’s VAULT Festival when he stars in the hit comedy Tilda Swinton Answers an Ad on Craigslist. The play, which is already a hit in the US, runs from 6-16 February 2019 at the Waterloo venue.
Jade City may be set in Belfast, but don’t go expecting a play about the Troubles or any other northern Irish cliche. Playwright Alice Malseed talks about her hometown and the characters whose experience of it she captures in Jade City, which transfers to VAULT Festival 6 to 10 February 2019. Time to get booking!
What are your hopes and ambitions? Does becoming a bin man… or rather refuse operator… figure in them? Alice Malseed’s explosive new play explores a toxic male friendship in Belfast. And it’s coming to VAULT Festival next week. Meet mates Monty and Sass in our videos and photos below – and then get booking!
Northern Ireland receives less arts funding than any other area of the country, but artists there are continuing to create outstanding work. View From Here, a company dedicated to amplifying under-represented voices in UK theatre, transfers Jade City, by Belfast writer Alice Malseed, to London next month during this year’s VAULT Festival.
After success at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, Theatre Témoin arrive at London’s VAULT Festival in March with FEED, a devised show which brings the company’s vibrant visual style to the world of click-bait culture, fake news and cyber gluttony. Time to get booking! Welcome to the stimulating world of FEED where emotions are the currency and your passions and fantasies will be indulged… …
What was the play or film that you saw as a child that had a lasting effect on you? What if you could have a similar impact on today’s younger generation? As they bring their award-winning hit Alf The Highwayman to VAULT Festival this week, we talk to Brave Bold Drama’s Gill Simmons and Paul Lawless about the joys of family theatre. Time to get booking!
Heading to VAULT Festival with kids? In which case, we recommend you put Alf The Highwayman on your family’s must-see list. This award-winning show, bringing an 18th-century adventure story alive, runs for four weekend performances only from Saturday 26 January to Sunday 5 February 2019. Gen up – and then get booking!