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NEWS: Countdown to fifth Vault Festival underway

By GLEN PEARCE Organisers are busy preparing for London's fifth VAULT Festival, which opens in just over two week's time. For 2017 the festival welcomes over 200 new shows across theatre, comedy, music, dance and film, and, for the first time, events take place not only in the original location under Waterloo Station but at satellite venues Network Theatre and Morley ...

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Mr Incredible – Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

Writer: Camilla Whitehill Director: Sarah Meadows Reviewer: Stephen Bates They say that it takes two to tango. A relationship works when the parties have compatible visions of their life together and for the future, but Camilla Whitehill'snew one-hour play, directed by Sarah Meadows, examines what may happen when all the pieces that make up a relationship start to come apart. ...

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In one sentence tell us about your show. A one-woman play about a nightclub hostess who was kidnapped by the Kray twins. What made you decide to bring a show this year? It’s the best arts festival in the world, and the play was in a good place. We felt it would do well in Edinburgh. I guess we’ll see! ...

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Where Do Little Birds Go – Vault Festival, London

Writer: Camilla Whitehill Director: Sarah Meadows Reviewer: Scott Stait   "My name is Lucy Fuller. I’m 24 and I live in Whitechapel. When I was 18 I was kidnapped by the Kray twins, and locked in a flat with an escaped murderer." As audiences queue up for performances of Where Do Little Birds Go, the faces of Reggie and Ronnie ...

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City Slices and Country Crumbs – Hen and Chickens Theatre, London

Writers: Melanie Hunter, Wendy Thomson, Judy Upton, Camilla Whitehill, Directors: Charlie Ely, Tessa Shrubsall Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty [rating:3] Starting out slightly surreally and ending bizarrely after moving through touching and maudlin, City Slices and Country Crumbs is a showcase of new writing from four playwrights that clearly have very different tastes. New writing showcases are generally a good thing. It ...

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