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Red Palace: a twisted immersive fairy tale

Red Palace is an immersive, dark fairy tale, playing at The Vaults with an all-female and non-binary cast this autumn. But does it match up to the classics? Daniel Perks reviews:

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:

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...

Review – Desperate Teddy times call for Rock ‘n’ Roll

Tristan Bernays presents Teddy as a riveting story that navigates through a tough post-war era, providing an insight into what 1950s life as a Ted must have been like.

Review – An anarchic, pleasure-seeking Trainspotting Live

Trainspotting Live shines during its most dangerous moments. It puts you on edge throughout, wondering if this should even be allowed in theatre.

An Evening of Feminism… And Meat… Dining with a difference

An Evening Of Meat, comes to The Vaults with a six-course meal and a side of empowering entertainment. Daniel Perks chats to director Kate March about the immersive culinary experi...

Yasmeen Arden Unearths a Sense of Belonging with Nest by Katy Warner

Yasmeen Arden, Artistic Director of Small Truth Theatre, talks to Miro’s Editor-in-Chief, Josh Brown, about the social housing crisis, loneliness and the world premiere of Nest by ...

Between Joy and Anger: Unpacking For A Black Girl

Theatre maker Nicole Acquah brings For A Black Girl to VAULT Festival 2018. She muses about how difficult it still is to talk about race: Sometimes I still find it difficult to ta...

VAULT Festival 2018 – Miro’s Top Picks

It's back and bolder than ever. Theatre editor Daniel Perks checks out the VAULT Festival 2018 programme and picks his top shows, the ones not to be missed: VAULT Festival 2018 - ...

The Crystal Egg review – An enticing proposition

The Victorian slums of Seven Dials are the setting for H.G. Wells’ iconic story of period science fiction – Wells is renowned for stretching the parameters of 19th century imaginat...