Review: Feed, Vault Festival

Production company Theatre Témoin are renowned for taking on important and topical issues, and current show Feed continues this trend, offering a disturbing look at capitalism and the dark reality of the internet. Directed by Ailin Conant, Feed tells the story of Kate (Louise Lee), a journalist who receives news that an article she wrote... Continue Reading →

The month ahead: March

January may have lasted what felt like years, but February seemed to fly by in the blink of an eye. Now it’s suddenly March, but spring is hopefully on its way and – even more excitingly – it’s almost Pancake Day! Here are some of the shows I’ll be seeing this month, when I'm not... Continue Reading →

Review: bottled. Vault Festival

Katy is a fifteen-year-old girl with her whole life ahead of her. She’s doing well at school (even if she can’t quite see the point of it), she has plenty of friends and she’s dating a boy she believes to be the love of her life. But then her mum’s boyfriend Brian moves in, they... Continue Reading →

The month ahead: February

January may have been the longest month ever but finally February is here, and with it comes a whole host of new shows to see. Here are a few of the theatre productions, events and books I’ll be blogging about this month. Theatre Fasten your seatbelts...! One of the hottest tickets of the year, the... Continue Reading →

Review: Thomas, Network Theatre, Vault Festival

The Vault Festival is always an experience – London’s biggest arts and entertainment festival enables fans of theatre, comedy, music and cabaret to discover new shows and acts while exploring the tunnels beneath Waterloo Station. This year’s festival is off to a strong start thanks to Snapper Theatre’s current production, Thomas, playing at the Network... Continue Reading →

News: Pleasance Theatre Trust announces new partnership with VAULT Festival

The Pleasance Theatre Trust has today announced a new partnership with VAULT Festival that will strengthen links between both organisations; working together, both Pleasance and VAULT are dedicated to developing and supporting the careers of new and emerging theatre makers, playwrights and comedians. Pleasance's annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme is one of the largest and... Continue Reading →

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