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Posts Tagged ‘The Old Vic Tunnels’

Sorapol at Old Vic Tunnels: A/W 2012 Catwalk Review

On Friday 16th March London's newest underground brand brought us a characteristically theatrical catwalk event at the Old Vic Tunnels, attended by a plethora of colourful guests that included Boy George and Jodie Harsh. Sorapol is the brainchild of Sorapol Chawaphatnakul and creative director Daniel Lismore.

Written by Maria Papadimitriou

Sorapol AW12 by Joanne Young

Sorapol AW12 by Joanne Young

I was excited to receive an invite for the A/W 2012 catwalk show of Sorapol because I had heard that the creative director of this young underground brand is the extravagant club kid Daniel Lismore. So I eagerly arrived at the graffitied, atmospheric venue of Old Vic Tunnels to meet photographer and burlesque performer Tigz Rice aka Tigzy aka Raven Six, who took some of the photos shown here. There was a palpable air of excitement in the long queue, which was chock full of beautiful beings. Some of them, like Boy George, were superstars, and others were well known and… read more

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Review of Vault at The Old Vic Tunnels: Don’t Stray From The Path and The Furies

Heritage Arts has programmed a three week run of new theatre in the latest part of The Old Vic Tunnels to be opened to the public. Here I review two very different shows from the opening night.

Written by Amelia Gregory

The Wonder Club. All photography by Amelia Gregory. The dank brick arches beneath Waterloo have become something of a a destination du jour, thanks to The Old Vic‘s requisitioning of […]

Hell’s Half Acre: A Review

Hell's Half Acre, The Old Vic Tunnels' collaboration with Lazarides Gallery delves into Dante's nine circles of hell. The exhibition runs until the 17th October.

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

Back Camera Blue Fever by Polly Morgan. Photograph by Tim Adey On Monday night, treat Amelia’s Magazine delved into the depths of hell, site handily located beneath London’s Waterloo Station. […]