Anna KareniNaNaNa isn’t the most accurate retelling of Tolstoy’s epic, but it has singing, spitting and snowball fights to make up for it

Leo Tolstoy’s 1878 novel Anna Karenina has been adapted into countless forms over the decades since it was first published. A tale of betrayal, faith and family in Imperial Russian society, it has been portrayed in theatre, opera, film, ballet and now an hour-long comedy musical by The Pushkinettes. While not strictly the most accurate … Continue reading Anna KareniNaNaNa isn’t the most accurate retelling of Tolstoy’s epic, but it has singing, spitting and snowball fights to make up for it

“Music sounded better, we had more fun, the sun never stopped shining.” | David McIver on reliving the golden days of youth in Festival!

Tell us about the show you’re bringing to the Vault Festival. It is a work in progress character comedy show set at a music festival in the year 2010 (back when every single one of us was 17 years old). It is currently called Festival! although I am still searching for the perfect Los Campesinos! … Continue reading “Music sounded better, we had more fun, the sun never stopped shining.” | David McIver on reliving the golden days of youth in Festival!

“Power is ein strong asset.” | Eva Von Schnippisch reveals the dark side of Hollywood glamour at her Vault Festival show

Tell us about the show you’re bringing to the Vault Festival, How Eva Von Schnippisch Saved Hollywood. It’s ein hilarious, poignant, heartwarming, ridiculous musical romp through 1950s Hollywood… vis all its glitz, glamour und ze dark truths of fame. Ultimately zho: its ein love story! How does this relate to your show How Eva Von … Continue reading “Power is ein strong asset.” | Eva Von Schnippisch reveals the dark side of Hollywood glamour at her Vault Festival show