Vault Festival 2021 to include series of streamed revivals
The event typically runs in Waterloo.
Each year, thousands of theatregoers check out Vault Festival, an annual event that celebrates theatre, cabaret and immersive experiences. Although in-person performances are cancelled for 2021, five weeks of streamed performances from prior Vault Festivals will be vailable.
During the online festival, audiences can watch a new production, previously staged in recent years. All shows will be 360-degree immersive, allowing viewers to see every aspect of the production. All events will be charged on a Pay What You Can basis.
The list of shows and streaming dates are as follows:
Verspertilio: A troubled teenager and a mouse-eared bat form an emotional connection, where surviving and living are two entirely different states of being. Available from 18 - 21 February.
Patricia Gets Ready (for a date with a man who used to hit her): Martha Watson Allpress’ one-woman play sees Patricia get ready for a date with her ex. Available from 25 - 28 February.
An Orange in the Subway: Cassie is a homeless 18 year old girl just trying to get by. She’s seen a great deal, including a spaceman who supposedly grants her three magical powers. But what will she wish for? Available from 4 - 7 March.
Gypsy Queen: Two professional boxers discover their greatest challenge isn’t each other. It’s fighting away their thoughts outside the ring. Available from 11 - 14 March.
Lamplighters: A spymaster has lost his agent. He needs a spy network. It’s up to you. This interactive spy game will test your nerve. Available from 18 - 21 March.
For more information about Vault Festival's streams, read here.
Photo : Vaults Festival (Photo by Jack Abraham)