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The Vaults, London2.47 reviews
A new, immersive music concert experience, inspired by Disney Fantasia.

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The Vaults new immersive theatre experience has arrived. Celebrate Disney Fantasia with Sounds and Sorcery tickets, an experience unlike any other!

This summer descend into The Vaults and experience the wonder of Sounds and Sorcery!

Place on your headphones and make your way through the tunnels’ twists and turns and into a magical world of sound and light. Your favourite scenes and characters from Fantasia are reinterpreted in Sounds and Sorcery.  Walk through prehistoric wastelands, search for fairies, make your way into the Sorcerer’s lair and witness the dark majesty of Bald Mountain.

Binaural sound recordings (where two microphones are used to give the listener the feel of being in the same room as the performers), 3D projection and light installation bring the world and music of Disney Fantasia together in a way you’ve never experienced before!

This is a concert like no other, perfect for young and old alike and for diehard Fantasia fans and the uninitiated as well.

"Not really a concert, not a vaudeville or a revue, but a grand mixture of comedy, fantasy, ballet, drama, impressionism, colour, sound and epic fury" Walt Disney, 1941

You won't want to miss this incredible new immersive experience. Book your tickets to Sound and Sorcery now to ensure your magical walk through the world of Fantasia.

 

 


Additional Information

Running time

1hr 30min (no interval)

Performance dates

Booking until 30 September 2018

Content

Suitable for ages 3 and above.

Special notes

Ticketholders for this event will be given headphones and a device upon arrival. The device will play the correct music as you make your way through the experience. You will also be able to interact with the device to determine your own experience. You will be able to move through the experience at your own pace, most guests take 90 minutes to hear and experience everything. Children under 3 will be admitted but they will not be given headphones and they must walk or be carried - no pushchairs can be inside the experience.

Venue Information

The VaultsLauncelot Street, London, SE1 7AD

Customer Reviews

7 reviews2.4

Hannah Fenton16th October

Didn't enjoy this experience at all other than the bar! Took friend for a birthday present but was disappointed. Not sure why it is related to Disney as we didn't get that vibe at all. If you are into performing arts then you would appreciate the experience.

Daniel Grice24th September

Bit of a mess and a confusing set up.

Silva Bahiense13th August

That was an interesting performance theatre. I was still expecting to have some more tridimensional attraction into this experience.

Nadine Patterson12th August

Yesterday (Saturday 11th August) I took my son to your show for his 18th birthday treat. It was completely ruined as the iPods didn't work so we hardly heard anything. Then we had to leave at the beginning of the third show due to everyone's iPods not working in the whole theatre. I was told to email your for a full refund. We came all the way from Norfolk via train costing £28 just to come and see your show. So are you going to refund me the full tickets value of £63 plus my travel expenses of £28. Kind regards Nadine Patterson

Su-Ann Floodgate12th August

Show was cut short due to technically issue, have requested a refund as advised by staff on the day. The Sorcers Apprentice scene was good and so was the art installation, however the “ballet” performance was awful. The idea was good but needs better execution, think this was overpriced for what I paid.

Michael Drinkwater10th August

Brilliant, apart from the main show being cancelled

Kiran Atwal8th August

Some engaging performances and interesting spaces tantalizing the senses but on the whole not as exciting as I thought it could be