Bursting into the Vaults following a run at the Watermill Theatre and a short UK tour, Tristan Bernays’ musical Teddy transports the audience back to Elephant & Castle in 1956 for a rip-roaring adventure with the Teddy Boys and Girls. Backed by onstage live band Johnny Valentine and the Broken Hearts and dynamically directed by […]

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Be Prepared

Ian Bonar & Rob Watt have brought their one-man play Be Prepared to the VAULT Festival for a short run. This was Bonar’s first play, which premièred at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and since then he has had another play long-listed for the Bruntwood Prize (a £40,000 fund that gives the winners a chance to develop […]

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Becoming Shades

First presented at the 2016 Postcards Festival at Jacksons Lane, Becoming Shades has been extended and runs for the entirety of this year’s VAULT Festival. In the words of director Laurane Marchive, it is “a symphony of live music, physical theatre, aerial acrobatics, fire, dance and mime, all tied together through immersive theatre”. A fair bit to […]

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Tomorrow Creeps

Tomorrow Creeps is GOLEM! Theatre’s third production, following on from Macbeths and I Know You Of Old. This time they’re playing the Cavern space at the VAULT Festival for a very limited run – you might remember that I previewed the show back in December (and also featured the company in a piece about innovation within […]

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