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Vault festival

Vault Festival is London’s biggest annual arts festival, hosting hundreds of events across theatre, comedy, film, and live performance. The festival takes place at the Vaults in Waterloo, London from January 24 to March 18, 2018.

The Brighton Fringe, England’s biggest fringe festival, opens today. Taking place in venues across Brighton and Hove, it runs until June 3. In 2017,...

People, mainly theatre critics, love to talk about the death of theatre criticism. The story is a familiar one by now. For print publications,...

Navel-gazing, solipsistic, self-indulgent. These are all adjectives commonly used to describe a one-person show. When it comes to a one-woman show, the adjectives get...

With 300 shows, Vault Festival was a sprawling, multifaceted and gloriously eclectic event. The Stage sent Fergus Morgan to cover the event for its...

This dark new chamber musical by musical theatre duo Barlow and Smith entertainingly drops the Bluebeard story into a modern office environment – less...

One-woman shows don’t come much more visceral than this. Jodi Gray’s Big Bad, directed here by Deirdre McLaughlin, sees a solo performer – the...

The Texan singer Tori Scott feels she has a good reason to drink. Not only is she single but her country is exhibiting seriously...

The third and final show from theatre company Joyous Gard at this year’s festival, David K Barnes’ and Michael Milne’s Timothy is a blackly...

No one mentions the name, but we all know what this is about – a taxi-hailing app, that’s revolutionised transportation, growing from an idea...
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