An unabashed exploration of talking, suicide and feeling unhinged
London's biggest arts festival is returning: make your way underground for six weeks of creativity, innovation and chaos at Vault Festival. With more than 100 different shows spread across eight incredible venues, you're not going to find anything else like it above or below ground any time soon. One day a man stepped in front of a train. One day a man discovered how genes control behaviour. One day I fell over wearing a giant bear suit. Life can change, our genes can change, our minds can change. Let’s talk. Amy wonders if she’s mental. She wonders this a lot. She’s not sure if this is a politically correct thing to say out loud – but she has been told that talking definitely helps. When Amy was four, her father jumped in front of a train. The event bleeds into her present, leaving a trail of half memories about the man that was; a legacy of wonder. Show takes place in the Cage space. Running time is approximately 60 minutes. The venue entrance is in a graffiti tunnel under Waterloo and can be a bit tricky to find, so give yourself good time to get there.
"Sweetly inventive and brazenly original."