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The Archive of Educated Hearts - #VAULTFestival2019 

23/01/2019 - 27/01/2019


The Vaults,
Leake Street,
Waterloo,
London,
SE1 7NN

 

Running Time : 35 mins

 

Show Details

Winner of The Scotsman Fringe First Award 2018

 

Scrawled diary entries & dog-eared photo albums unfold to reveal a delicate glimpse into the fragments of absolute joy and incomprehensible heartbreak that make up a lifetime. You're invited to step inside this unique storytelling installation to discover honest & personal accounts of kindness, courage, friendship and family. It is a mixture of poetic storytelling, verbatim interviews and a sprawling unfolding photo album of memories - and it all takes place inside a lovingly crafted garden shed.

 

An award-winning production crafted from true stories of families facing breast cancer, written & performed by Casey Jay Andrews.

 

“A beautiful, understated piece of storytelling” LYN GARDNER

Featured in The Scotsman’s “10 MUST-SEE THEATRE SHOWS” of the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

 

Casey Jay Andrews is an award winning writer, performer and designer. In 2018 she won the Scotsman’s coveted Fringe First Award at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe for "The Archive of Educated Hearts", and was also long-listed for The Old Vic 12 in the writing category.

Casey’s previous work has been nominated for The Charlie Hartill Special Reserve Fund, The Infallible Awards, The MTN Awards, The NSDF Award, The Sit-Up Awards, The Underbelly IdeasTap Award and The DramaUK Scottish Daily Mail Award.

 

What the press say

“Her writing is so thoughtful and delicate... a show which is full of light, celebrating the rarest qualities of being human” THE SCOTSMAN

“A narrative masterpiece with a philosophical focus” FRINGE BISCUIT

“The language of her prose is extraordinary, illuminating and expressive... Casey Jay Andrews has crafted a truly unique experience” FRINGE REVIEW featured as HIDDEN GEM of the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

“A show of quiet, fragile magic... [Andrews is] a disarmingly informal performer... Blending personal storytelling with philosophical reflections on the need for human kindness” THE LIST

“A profound place of vulnerability... completely enchanting” EDINBURGH GUIDE

“Each centimetre is marked by the labour of love” ED FEST MAG

“A unique experience that leaves one both heartbroken & incredibly privileged to have taken part” THREE WEEKS

“Eliciting giggles as well as tears through poetic language and relaxed delivery” SPY IN THE STALLS

Featuring the voice of Michael Cochrane from BBC Radio 4’s “THE ARCHERS”.

Showtime

Multiple times, please refer to the theatre site

Pricing

£10.00

Warnings

Suitable for ages 8+



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Venue Details

The Vaults,
Leake Street,
Waterloo,
London,
SE1 7NN



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Patrick Collinson, The Guardian, 29 / 8 / 15


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Halfway down Leake Street (the Graffiti Tunnel). Please do not go to the Launcelot Street entrance. The venue can be hard to find – please leave more time than you usually would.



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