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VAULT Festival: what to watch!

January 13, 2017

We can't wait for VAULT Festival! Not long now. We're thrilled to be performing alongside lots and lots of amazing performers. We've had a little look at the good old program. Here are some of the shows the members of Bric à Brac definitely will be checking out for VAULT Festival 2017.

 

Anna

Crocodile - Joyous Guard.

 

"'Combining pitch-black humour' - I have the blackest humour out there so I cannot wait to have it tested by this show. Awesome poster and love the absurd concept of having a crocodile for a daughter. Will definitely be going to see this one."

 

1st - 5th Feb

 

Henry

Ava Rage - Lorna Shaw 

 

"I'm excited for this one - an insecure clown doing a show with a loop-pedal and catchy pop backing tracks - what is not to love?!"

 

26th Jan

 

Alice

Scribble - The RH Experience

 

"I’m not usually a fan of improv, but I’ve been lucky enough to share a bill with these guys before and the 20 minutes I saw left me wanting more! Slick skits, great music and live illustration that gives an additional creative flair to proper funny improv!"

 

1st and 5th Feb

 

Roxanne

Skin of the Teeth - Fat Content 

"Based on a Grimm's Tale and directed by a fellow Lecoqian I'm looking forward to catching this dark and surreal story about a natural human emotion: fear."

 

Love the style of Lecoq!? We also have an exclusive combo discount with Fat Content. Both shows £15! 

 

1st - 5th Feb

 

Lisa

Bechdel Theatre Podcast - Beth Watson & Pippa Sa

"Podcast Theatre, yes please. Podcast Theatre discussing gender in theatre, yes please. Intrigued and curious about this, got to check out."

 

1st Feb

 

Alex

Chorus (Work in progress) - Katie Bonna

"I'm looking forward to watching what is actually the last show of the Vault Festival. This piece caught my eye for a couple of reasons. First of all, I enjoy watching works in progress, especially works written by women. Secondly, the content of this piece (how and why women self-censor) seems particularly engaging and relevant. Excited and curious to see what Katie will have prepared!"

 

4th March & 5th March.

 

Hamish

Dr Zeiffal, Dr Zeigal, and The Hippo That Can Never Be Caught! - Mouths of Lions

"Fun, lighthearted, honest and meaningful."

 

28th & 29th Jan | 11th, 12th, 25th, 26th Feb

 

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