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Heritage Arts Presents VAULT, 1/28-3/8

Heritage Arts Presents VAULT, 1/28-3/8

Following the enormous success of this year's VAULT Festival, Heritage Arts today announce that VAULT will return to Waterloo's Leake Street tunnels from 28 January 2015 with six weeks of carefully curated, high quality arts programming for guests to discover.

The 2014 Festival saw over £100, 000 go into the coffers of the participating artists, a result of the Heritage Arts Company's efforts to help emerging companies control how their work is brought to an audience or a market.

The second incarnation of VAULT in 2014 more than doubled the size and impact of the 12-day inaugural festival in 2012. Over 20, 000 tickets were sold this year, with guests able to choose from 60 different events across the six weeks; up to 20 events were on offer each night across the seven chambers of The Vaults.

VAULT 2015 will again see an eclectic mix of performance disciplines cohere in a space for adventure, discovery and fun. The artistic programme will be available alongside The VAULT Bar, open to the public every night, and one-off events - both ticketed and free.

The 2015 programme will be announced later this year. For updates visit www.thevaultfestival.com or follow the festival on Twitter @vaultfestival #vault2015

About VAULT VAULT is a six week all-arts festival in central London, taking place 28 January - 8 March 2015. VAULT 2015 will build further on the 2012 and 2014 incarnations, providing a thrillingly diverse range of diversions in the Leake Street tunnels.

About The Heritage Arts Company, Producers of VAULT 2015The Heritage Arts Company (Tim Wilson, Mat Burt & Andy George) creates cultural events that excite the public imagination. We create our own work and produce work by other artists. Using spectacle to inform, to teach and to entertain, we aim to unite people through shared storytelling. We are an arts company. This means we've committed to undertake all sorts of mediums and artforms. It depends on the message. Our guiding principles are equality and honesty. Above everything else.So far we've created or produced live music, radio plays, straight theatre, contemporary dance, gallery installations, set design and installation, multiplayer games, stand-up comedy, horticulture, educational experiences, amongst others. We've worked with, or created work for, the Battersea Arts Centre, The National Theatre, Punchdrunk, The Shunt Lounge, Secret Cinema, The British Fashion Council, Google, Atlas Obscura, King's Cultural Institute, Lumin, Camp Bestival, The Insider Festival, Harrods, Sky Atlantic, The Hospital Club, Lily Vanilli, Old Vic Tunnels, IdeasTap, Kindle Theatre, Hammer Horror, The Flicker Club, Ron Arad, The Roundhouse, English Heritage, & more.


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