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…

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…

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…

Trainspotting Live

Back at my favourite haunt, The Vaults! This time for a spot of Trainspotting Live, an immersive theatre experience I wasn’t sure I actually wanted… I’m not going to go into deep plot descriptions, just know that if you haven’t seen the film, you probably want to stay away from this immersive production. Partly because…

Father Of Lies

Another trip down to the Vaults, this time to see Father of Lies at the Vaults Festival. As I’m a big fan of true crime and mysterious phenomenon reporting, so this one just sounded like the perfect mix of the two. Tom Worsley and Sasha Roberts present a real life case of murder from 1973….

The People’s Rock

I love the Vault Festival as there are always such amazing shows on! Going simply by name, The People’s Rock by the women’s collective Nevertheless She, sounded like a riot, so I booked tickets and headed to Waterloo station to descend into the amazing underground tunnels of the Vaults. Set in a dystopian future that references the “Make America…

Alice Underground

I finally made my way to Alice Underground, an immersive theatre experience produced by Les Enfants Terrible at the Vaults. I had heard so much about how amazing it is, so I just had to give it a go. The location was all decked out for the occasion, which I had seen just last week when I saw Miss…

Miss Nightingale

Back for another show in the Vaults, a fantastic theatre and fringe location. My visit to see Miss Nightingale was organised by the lovely Joanne of Love Popups London. When we arrived, we were handed a chocolate ration and led to a 1940s styled waiting area, with rotary telephones, old radios, beautiful photos of the performers and plenty of…

Improvised Science Fiction

This show sounded great as described in the Vault Festival program, so I had to give it a go. A Sci-Fi improv show, two of my favourite things all in one! The show started with the three actors asking for suggestions for tonight’s theme; from several shout-out options provided by the audience, Stargate was selected. The three immediately sprung…