VAULT Festival 2017: Final Week Previews Part 1 (1-5 March)
We’ve now reached the final week of the annual VAULT Festival, and it’s been a blast doing coverage of the festival and seeing all the exciting shows. But it’s not over yet, and there’s still plenty of amazing shows playing in the first week of March!
All of Me by Anything Other Theatre Company
Loner Gareth (not by his own admission) has recently been fired from his job as a travel agent. In All of Me, he recounts the story of his downfall; the death of his father, a dangerous gambling habit, and the man responsible for it all – his ex-boss, and once friend. Written by Martin Brett, All of Me is a dark comedy about loss, loneliness and coping.
All of Me plays at the Studio (The Vaults) from 1-5 March. Tickets available here
Maisie Says She Loves Me by Jimmy Osborne
Maisie Says She Loves Me is all about love, and boys in love, afraid to let those big wet feelings show. We all want to love and be loved, but big boys don’t cry. Early audience previews have called it spectacular and moving, and we all love a good play about love.
Maisie Says She Loves Me plays at the Network Theatre from 1-5 March. Tickets available here
Labels by Joe Sellman-Leava
We’ve covered Joe Sellman-Leava’s award winning show before when he came to Singapore for the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival, and he’s back, this time at the VAULT Festival! Labels is a multi-award winning show about Joe Sellman-Leava’s childhood in 90s Devon and the various labels pasted onto him, coming from immigrant parents. Using brutal honesty with healthy amounts of humour, Labels offers a human story from multicultural Britain, and is touring the UK after an award-winning Australian tour and London run.
Labels plays at the Cage (The Vaults) from 1-5 March. Tickets available here
Stay tuned for part 2 of our previews tomorrow!