There are some great events happening at The Vault Festival this weekend, check out our top picks below.
Forge | 6pm | 17-21 Feb | £12
Alaska, 66° north, or just shy of it. Childhood buddies Brett and Kathy confront a fissured friendship at the frontier of the Arctic Circle in a kicked-up Western gone North.
Praise for Previous Work
‘…a strange, deep, and complex fever-dream under Les Foules’ beautiful and hauntingly crafted production.’ ☆☆☆☆ – Grumpy Gay Critic
‘never a dull moment’ ☆☆☆☆ – Female Arts
‘This show is funny, it is poignant, it is theatre daring to say something important. It criticises and lampoons some of the absurd realities that surround us all. Go and see this play.’ ☆☆☆☆ – Londonist
6pm | 17th - 21st Feb | £10
JunNk Live’ is a sensational variety show where four hilarious and talented guys use nothing but rubbish to create a fun and dynamic performance involving percussion, singing and comedy.
‘Truly outstanding.’ - The Gazette.
The Various Lives Of Infinite Nullity
6:30pm | 17th - 21st Feb | £16
A post-suicide support group meet to reflect upon their lives. Ignoring symptoms of their own deaths, three characters guide us through the strange and disquieting landscape they now inhabit.
☆☆☆☆ Everything Theatre.
☆☆☆☆☆ ‘I had goosebumps…beautifully tragic’ - A Younger Theatre.
8:15pm | 17 – 21st Feb | £10
Winner of ‘The Stage Award for Acting Excellence’, ‘Brighton Fringe Award’ and ‘The Pulse Suitcase Award’, Police Cops is an adrenaline-fuelled cop parody featuring supercharged physical theatre & cinematic style.
☆☆☆☆☆ ‘Supercharged trio create unbeatable physical cop parody’ - The Stage.
Loren O’Brien: Who?
9:15pm | 17 – 21st Feb | £10
Loren's onto her second show; after finishing her successful run on SNL and nationwide tour with Sarah Silverman. Okay maybe she didn't, but she was named by The Times 'to become one of the biggest female comedy acts this year.' Really? Why? Because seriously who is Loren O'Brien?
☆☆☆☆ ‘This woman is remarkable… The funniest you’ve ever seen’ - Broadway Baby.
Cage | 9:30pm | 17 – 21 Feb | £12
One day a man stepped in front of a train. One day a man discovered how genes control behaviour. One day I fell over wearing a giant bear suit. Life can change, our genes can change, our minds can change. Let’s talk.
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