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A First Class Death coming Feb at VAULT Festival

A First Class DeathBaseless Fabric are excited to be creating ‘A First Class Death’ for VAULT Festival 2015. Based on the London Necropolis Railway and the history of the Waterloo Vaults, this immersive theatre piece will question contemporary attitudes to death and mourning, taking the audience on a journey round the local area and culminating in the atmospheric Cavern space in the Vaults.

We’re working with a fantastic new team which includes –

Jason Hall – Playwright

Jordan Eaton – Associate Producer

Christianna Mason – Designer

Edward Lewis – Sound Designer

Avril Cook – Lighting Designer (Baseless Fabric Associate Artist)

Anna Marsland – Assistant Director

 

More details to follow!

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