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Vault Festival, London4.65 reviews

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Best-selling novel The Collector comes to The Vaults beneath London Waterloo in a bold and gripping new stage production.

Starring Daniel Portman (Game of Thrones) and Lily Loveless (Skins), The Collector is an extraordinary adaptation of John Fowles’s fascinating debut novel. Frederick is a lonely young man with a love for butterfly collecting. Miranda is a beautiful young woman who studies fine art. Frederick and Miranda are in love, only Miranda doesn't know it yet. Miranda has never even spoken to Frederick, but she will love him and he will do anything to make sure of it. So when Frederick wins a large sum of money, he buys an isolated country house and prepares the cellar for a very special guest. Will Miranda become a permanent addition to his collection or will she be able to convince him to let her fly free?

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Additional Information

Running time

TBC

Performance dates

2nd to 28th August 2016

Venue Information

Vault FestivalLeake Street, London, SE1 7NN

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Customer Reviews

5 reviews4.6

Sarita Radia28th August

Perfect casting. Beautiful. Raw. And absolutely deranged.

Fiona Brady25th August

Brilliant acting. I was spellbound and I was in that room ! Would highly highly recommend

Marilyn Bayes20th August

Excellent performances and what a wonderful atmospheric venue. My first time at Vaults will look out for future productions there.

Olumide Ogunlade12th August

Very gripping piece of theatre by brilliant actors in a unique venue.

Graham King12th August

great show in quirky little theatre: subterranean setting oddly apposite!