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Underground theatrical fun at the Vault Festival

Posted at 3:30 pm, February 10, 2012 in Arts & Entertainment

Vault has transformed the labyrinth of Old Vic tunnels underneath Waterloo Station into an arts festival of kaleidoscopically varied entertainment for three weeks (February 9-26). Covering theatre, film and music, performances include a reboot of ‘La Bohème’ as a silent disco, digitally interactive theatre, an album of short plays set to music, and a late night programme of cabaret, comedy and live music. We’re particularly excited by ‘The Great Puppet Horn’, satirical shadow puppetry. All performances are ticketed separately with prices from just £5 but with hundreds of perfomers and nearly 10,000 tickets, they’re open all afternoon till late with a devilishly cheap bar and great music so even if you don’t have a ticket, push back the Leake Street door and enjoy.

For info, see Vault festival listings.

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