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The award-winning (Scotsman Fringe First, Amnesty International Freedom of Expression) theatrical sensation comes to London in a brand new version from the directors of the Belarus Free Theatre.
Based on Mark and Marichka Marczyks' first hand experiences during the 2014 Kiev Uprising, Counting Sheep invites you to lose yourself in the events that changed the course of Ukrainian history forever. Sing, march, protest, dance, eat, help, recoil, fight, laugh, cry. With folk singing, found footage and revolutionary staging this ‘Guerrilla Folk Opera' is an electrifying exploration of human resilience.
This production is a unique artistic collaboration between Mark and Marichka Marczyk, whose lives changed forever while fighting for freedom and love in Maidan Square, and Natalia Kaliada and Nicolai Khalezin, founders of Belarus Free Theatre, whose struggles with the repressive dictatorship in Belarus are well documented. This joint theatrical statement from people who went through real life and death situations makes for an explosive stage experience.
1 Hour 30 minute
Sun, 17 March 2019
Leake Street, Waterloo, London|London|SE1 8SW
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Lancelot Street, Waterloo, London, SE1 8SWCapacity:
It is a place to be lost, a place to escape. The Vaults is an excellent movie that you have been swallowed by.
The space features 30,000 sqft of accessible, flexible and delectable Victorian brickwork fused with abandoned 70s office space.
The Vaults is a multi-disciplinary arts space located in London, in the underground world of Waterloo station.About The Vault
The Vaults is London’s home for immersive theatre and alternative arts. Our mission is to collaborate and conspire, embracing artists from all walks of life to come together and inspire others.
Set in a maze of disused railway arches under Waterloo station in London, we encourage those that have a natural affinity to the unusual, the daring and the unknown. We want talented artists from every vocation to mutate their art; to make stuff that is challenging, accessible and imaginative. We are unparalleled, we are unexpected and we are under your feet.
We also seek to prove that sustainability promotes a business, not stifles it, and are always trying to green-up our act.
We are here to feed your curiosity and open your mind. Let The Vaults’ maze of underground tunnels swallow you whole.Awards
Les Enfants Terribles and EBP's Alice's Adventures Underground, nominated for Olivier Award, Best Entertainment and Family Off West End Nominations:
Best Musical Production - Hair The Musical, 2018
Best Musical Director - Hair The Musical, 2018
Best Choreographer - Hair The Musical, 2018
Best Ensemble - King Kong (A Comedy), 2017
Best Production - King Kong (A Comedy), 2017
Best Set Designer - Simon Scullion for King Kong (A Comedy), 2017
Best Costume Designer - Sophia Simensky for King Kong (A Comedy), 2017
Best Actor - Nicholas Coutu-Langmead for Miss Nightingale, 2017
Best Actor - Conor O’Kane for Miss Nightingale, 2017
Winner of Business of The Year, Lambeth 2014
Winner of Start up of The Year, Lambeth 2014
Nominated for Timeout LoveLondon Awards 2014 - People's Choice for The Vaults Gallery
Nominated for Best Start Up, National Business Awards 2015
Nominated for Best Events Venue, Events Awards 2015
Nominated for Best Sport Pop Up, MatchPint Sports Pub Awards 2016Facilities At The Vaults Facilities:
: Northern, Bakerloo, JubileeLocation:
Fringe/Off West EndRailway station:
WaterlooWithin congestion zone?:
NoDirections from tube:
Leave Waterloo via Exit 1. Turn right onto Station Road Approach & keep on the right hand side. Walk to the bottom of the road & down the first set of stairs. Turn right at the bottom & the entrance is 10m on the right hand side.