This year the underground world of The Vaults presents a new immersive music concert experience inspired by Disney Fantasia; Sounds And Sorcery.

Arrive at your destination underneath Waterloo station, collect your headphones at the door and step inside the tunnels. It’s time for a dance with a funky hippo, walk in a prehistoric wasteland, seek out the fairies in a magical forest and, if you dare, sneak into the Sorcerer’s lair.

The show contains scenes and experiences designed to take you on an emotional journey through some of classical music’s greatest work. Explore the space freely as each new tunnel reveals another stunning installation. Using cutting edge binaural sound recordings, 3D projection and light installation, the worlds of Disney Fantasia will be brought to life with musical sorcery.

This is a new, exhilarating and absorbing way of going to a concert, suitable for young and old; original fans and those who have never seen the film; let the sorcery begin!

“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

Disney Fantasia – Sounds And Sorcery – is available for everyone, but please note that some of the sets and scenes will be dark, with flashing lights, in unusual environments. Participants will be given headphones and an iPod touch to carry to experience the music, and so the event may not be suitable for young children. Adults are responsible for any children in their party.

Please arrive 15 minutes before your allocated time slot to give yourself enough time to check in at the box office, collect your headphones and use the venue facilities.  If you arrive late to your slot, it can’t be guaranteed that you’ll be accommodated in a later slot.

Limited space is available in the cloakroom – please leave excess baggage at home.

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