News: VAULT Festival postponed until 2022

VAULT Festival have made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone the next full, live version of VAULT Festival until 2022. In consideration of the significant financial and safety risks brought about by COVID-19 and that each festival takes ten months to create, the organisers believe this decision is in the best interests of its... Continue Reading →

News: Cast announced for Bin Juice at VAULT Festival

The cast has been announced for the world premiere of Bin Juice at VAULT Festival. This all-female dark comedy, written by Cat Kolubayev and directed by Anastasia Bruce-Jones, Assistant Dramaturg of Robert Icke’s The Doctor, will star Adeline Waby (Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Apollo Theatre; The Midwife, Acid Rainbow) and Madison Clare (Semi-Detached, BBC; Captain... Continue Reading →

News: Rehearsal images released for V and V

Rehearsal images have been released for V&V, which tells the iconic love story of literary treasure Virginia Woolf and esteemed socialite Vita Sackville-West, alongside a modern narrative of Lottie from Tunbridge Wells and love cynic Mia. Shortlisted for the Charlie Hartill Theatre Reserve 2019, V&V now makes its debut at VAULT Festival 2020 exploring communication then and now.... Continue Reading →

News: Sky in the Pie production images released

Production images have been released for Feathers of Daedalus’ Sky in the Pie. This circus spectacular delightfully brings to life the wonderful and wacky poetry of Roger McGough at OSO Arts Centre and VAULT Festival. Audiences will follow one child’s daydreaming as they discover the extraordinary wherever they go, from singing scarecrows to skies in pies. Through... Continue Reading →

V+15 comes to the VAULT Festival

V+15, the debut play from Jo Sutherland, will open at London's VAULT Festival later this month. The dystopian play imagines a world in which books are banned and dissent is brutally suppressed. When whistle-blower, Alina, tries to convince journalist, Vincent, to play a part in sabotaging the system, the pair are forced to confront the... Continue Reading →

Preview: The VAULT Festival

January may seem like a depressing month, what with Christmas now firmly in the past and pay day still a lifetime away. But it also signals the start of the VAULT Festival, London’s biggest arts festival. Over the next eight weeks venues throughout Waterloo will play host to a wide range of theatre, comedy and... Continue Reading →

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