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VAULT Festival 2020 Opens Applications

VAULT Festival opens its application process for its eighth year in 2020 - eight weeks full of creativity and emerging talent:

10 remarkable stories by 10 extraordinary women

Forgotten by history and passed over in favour of men, 10 women are finally given the remembrance and respect they deserve in Lizzie Milton's latest play. Daniel Perks reviews...

Smoke & Oakum are Such Filthy F*cks

His seventh play in four and a half years, Such Filthy F*cks tackles porn addiction through the medium of a complex relationship. Daniel Perks talks to Smoke & Oakum writer Oli For...

Lainy Boyle – a pregnant, working actor in Alcatraz

Lainy Boyle is pregnant. She's also in Alcatraz at VAULT Festival. She talks about the discrimination for impending mothers in the industry:

VAULT 2019: The biggest arts festival in theatre’s capital

Are theatre festivals growing out of control? Can VAULT 2019 remain true to its roots as it goes from strength to strength? Daniel Perks catches new Head of Theatre & Performance G...

Alice Malseed and her Jade City

Acclaimed playwright Alice Malseed reflects on her Jade City in her latest work. Ahead of its VAULT Festival 2019 performances, she speaks about the culture of toxic masculinity in...

VAULT Festival 2018 – Round-Up with co-director Mat Burt

It’s been two weeks since the biggest arts festival in London shut its doors for another year. Over eight marathon weeks, 350 shows by 1,500 artists played 3,500 performances to ov...

Review – a new musical, under Lock and Key

Imagine discovering a dreadful secret about someone you work for. Would you have opened the mysterious red filing cabinet, if you knew what was inside?

Review – Fat Rascal save world with musical zombie spoof

It’s that classic zombie apocalypse spoof musical – we’ve seen hundreds of them, right?! Absolutely not, and that’s what makes Fat Rascal Theatre such an ingenious and unique group...

Review – Tori Scott’s Thirsty cabaret

Tori Scott and her backing band, The Shame Spirals, have an easy-going manner, the natural patter that comes from a seasoned cabaret performer.