London theatre news

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Edinburgh Festivals 2020 cancelled

1 April 2020

Edinburgh's Council and the organisers of the five August festivals have announced that this year's events will not be held due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Edalia Day to release shows online

28 March 2020

With their tour on hold due to coronavirus, Edalia Day will release shows for online viewing on March 31 and April 14.

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LIFT Festival 2020 cancelled

20 March 2020

LIFT has announced the cancellation of the 2020 Festival due to take place from 2 June to 11 July 2020.

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In Our Bones at Vault Festival

27 February 2020

Diniwe and the Hadedas bring their multimedia performance - In Our Bones - to Vault Festival next month, imagining a vision of hope in ecological crisis.

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Killing It - Vault Festival

1 February 2020

Through three generations of women who have lost someone close to them, Killing It is a dark and funny exploration of the very modern pressure to make grief useful.

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Chyna at Vault Festival

30 January 2020

Starring a brilliant 14 year old Deaf performer, Chyna is a dance multimedia production that will have a short run at this year's Vault Festival from 3 March.

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Too Pretty To Punch - on tour

30 January 2020

Edalia Day's 'Too Pretty To Punch' - a comedy spoken word show about gender, the media and not fitting any of the boxes - will be at Vault Festival and on UK tour.

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The Ballerina at Vault Festival

29 January 2020

Following a sold-out New York premiere, Outer Gaea Company are set to make their VAULT Festival debut with Anne-Sophie Marie 's The Ballerina from 18 to 22 March.



29 January 2020

Award winning company Ellandar Productions unites with collaborators 45North to present the debut play from British East Asian writer and theatre maker Nemo Martin.

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Frida Kahlo: Viva La Vida!

29 January 2020

Only 3 performances at Vault Festival to catch a 'mesmerising and compelling' performance from Gaêl Lecornec as Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.

V&V at Vault Festival

24 January 2020

Telling the iconic love story of literary treasure Virginia Woolf and socialite Vita Sackville-West alongside a modern narrative, Misha Pinnington's V&V will make its debut at this year's VAULT Festival.

When We Died - Vault Festival

22 January 2020

When We Died is a new play about one woman's choice to confront her trauma - faced with the body of the man who raped her, she tells her story on her terms.

All Quiet on the Western Front - Vault Festival

21 January 2020

Following an international tour, the award winning Incognito Theatre Company return to Vault Festival with their critically celebrated, sell-out adaptation of Erich Remarque's tale - All Quiet on the Western Front.

Miles Apart Together at Vault Festival

17 January 2020

As increasing numbers of women take top roles in politics, tech, sport and beyond, 3 of history's ground-breaking pioneers come together to reflect on how much - or how little - has changed since they tore apart the rule book.

Frankie Foxstone AKA The Profit: Walking Tour

9 January 2020

A hit at HighTide Festival in 2018 and last year's Edinburgh Fringe, Frankie Foxstone AKA The Profit heads to Vault Festival in London in a sassy, savvy Walking Tour.

Zoo at Vault Festival

22 December 2019

Maiden Speech Festival returns in 2019

16 September 2019

Clapham Fringe Festival 2019

28 August 2019

Alpha Who? - Camden Fringe

14 July 2019

CASA 2019

11 July 2019

RADA Festival 2019

15 May 2019

Family Fest from Underbelly Festival

22 March 2019

Vault Festival 2019 - award winners

21 March 2019

The New Romantic at Vault Festival

17 February 2019

Incoming Festival announces 2019 Lineup

12 February 2019

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