A theatrical adventure taking in both the virtual and real world, Jekyll and Hyde at the Vaults is fantastically put together and orchestrated.
Return of Tom Ratcliffe’s play Circa about gay life in today’s Britain: but it’s better at generalisation than at being specific.
Kompromat at the Vaults Festival is a thoughtful production with warm performances that distracts its audience with missed marks.
Actress Gemma Barnett spoke to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about starring in Papercut Theatre’s production of Hannah Nixon’s play Lola at The Vaults Festival.
With laughs, wit and social commentary in abundance, Elsa – at The Vaults – will surely put Isobel Rogers on the map.
Remember the old song,”if you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise”? Well, let’s bring it right up to date with some new lyrics so, altogether now “If you go down to the Vaults this month you’re sure of a big surprise”.
A Year From Now is everything you hope it would be. It’s very clever, it sounds good, it looks good, it has philosophical messages. A true delight.
I’ve never been to The Vaults before, a performance venue tucked underneath Waterloo station. The area is synonymous with graffiti art where people can express themselves freely. There are discarded spray cans as I walk through, so not the most salubrious of approaches. However, whilst it is still early evening (before six), I can already see a queue of people and a vibe of expectation fills the air. This is a space which has several rooms off the main tunnel mixed with bars, it’s dark and dingy, but you get a feel for something real and exciting is surrounding you? That something special is creativity and it’s everywhere here as part of The Vaults Festival.