Arrive early to enjoy the pre-show bars, stocked with topical alcohols. Also, make it a double, since the bar won’t open again until intermission. If only for the collective reminiscence of doing the cotton-eyed-joe at school dances (in rooms not unlike this one).
You’ll learn the Charleston, which is a key transferable skill and can totally be added to your CV afterwards.
Dinner is Coming is an immersive dining experience and parody of Game of Thrones.
We know you have them, because literally every other theme party this year has been a 1920s / Gatsby party.
If you’re not about to spend £68 watching bird puppets careen to “The Circle of Life” or overweight middle-aged men in psychedelic bell bottoms disco to “Dancing Queen,” good ol’ Gatsby offers a much cheaper alternative.
Plus, opting for the Gatsby party will show your date that you have your finger on the pulse of the underground hip happenings.
The festival represents a fun and dynamic moment with always something new going on.
But what’s on at The Vaults , you must be wondering. A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) is a new cabaret musical about mental health, explaining how “it’s okay not to be okay”.