Dinner Is Coming

After having attended the previous Vaults productions of Beauty And The Feast, An Evening Of Meat, and Divine Proportions I immediately jumped for joy when Dinner Is Coming at The Vaults was announced. Tickets were bought, friends were recruited, fun was had! Immediately upon entering I knew this was going to be glorious! There was…

Recollection

I had the opportunity to try out Any One Thing‘s new show Recollection at a discount, so headed down to the pub where it starts to see what it was all about. At the starting point, we were immediately thrown into the action. This immersive show is very small, there were only four players in…

Vulvarine

After having seen The Talented Mr. Ripley at the Vaults Festival, we stuck around to see Vulvarine by Fat Rascal Theatre. Having seen their previous production of a gender flipped Beauty And The Beast musical, which was one of the most hilarious shows I’d ever seen, I knew I had to see their new production!…

The Talented Mr. Ripley

Last night I got to see another play at the Vaults Festival, this time it was The Talented Mr. Ripley by The Faction. This production was quite scaled back due to the limitations of the theatre, but the space was very effectively used with a square of tables used in a variety of ways for…

We’ve Got Each Other

I only read the advertised summary of We’ve Got Each Other to know that I absolutely had to see this one. It goes as follows: With the modern jukebox musical comes: a multitalented cast, orchestra, opulent sets, decadent costumes, extravagant dance routines, dramatic key changes and the odd hydraulic lift or two. We’ve Got Each…

Obsolete Tomfoolery – Camden Fringe

I love me some fringe shows, so I booked to see a few at the Camden Fringe this year. One of them was Obsolete Tomfoolery at the Etcetera Theatre. This production focused on Helen Duncan, the last person in Britain to be convicted of witchcraft under the 1735 witchcraft act, and sent to prison in…

Pomegranate Season – Camden Fringe

Content warning: sexual assault, rape I love me some fringe shows, so I booked to see a few at the Camden Fringe this year. One of them was Pomegranate Season at the Cockpit theatre, a new play exploring a difficult topic, the boundaries between friendship, flirting, sex, and rape, and the definition of consent. Cora…

The Mechanicals – Camden Fringe

I love me some fringe shows, so I booked to see a few at the Camden Fringe this year. One of them was The Mechanicals at the Etcetera Theatre. For this show, we got to choose our favourite Shakespeare scenes before entering the theatre, with 15 choices to pick from. The top 5 voted for…

Bury The Hatchet

I had wanted to see Bury The Hatchet when it was on at the Vault Festival, but couldn’t make the timing due to its early start time. So when it came around to a short run at the Hope Theatre, I just had to go and check out. Touted as a feminist musical about Lizzie…

Sounds And Sorcery

I had the absolute privilege to try out Sounds And Sorcery, an immersive Disney’s Fantasia experience at the Vaults, last night, thanks to Love Pop Ups London. Described as an immersive sound and visual extravaganza, it more than lives up to the expectations created by their promotional material. Upon entering, we were given headphones and…

God – The Untold Story

So, this sounded like a lot of fun, so I had to grab tickets and check it out. Here’s the show’s short description: After several centuries in retirement, God has decided to make a comeback… and will be granting an exclusive interview to popular chat-show host, Binty O’Reilley. Sounds fun? Yup, it definitely was! The…

An Evening Of Meat

Another trip to The Vaults, this time for the curious sounding An Evening Of Meat, a dance and dinner performance labelled as fiercly femine. A six course dinner accompanied by a dance troupe, to tantalize all your senses. I was lucky enough to go twice, once for the meat feast, and a second time to…