“I regret that you have been in bed, though not with me.”
Through carefully crafted letters that are awaited with anticipation, Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf begin an exquisite romance. Filled with sharp intelligence, wit and elegance, both iconic womens’ letters conquer each other’s hearts through carefully chosen words inked onto a page – luckily, their husbands don’t mind.
“You’re the first person I’ve seen on this app which isn’t posing with a dog, a baby, or in your bra.”
In the overwhelmingly tangled world of dating apps Mia and Lottie meet online. Flirting through the beam of a phone screen, they navigate many challenges,
including kiss politics – two x’s or three? When an emoji can change not just the tone of the conversation but the entire meaning of what you write, reading between the lines takes on a whole new meaning.
Brought to you by Sprezzatura Productions, V&V charts two narratives: the iconic love story of literary treasure Virginia Woolf and esteemed socialite Vita Sackville-West; and a far newer story of Lottie from Tunbridge Wells and love cynic Mia. V&V made its debut at VAULT Festival in March 2020 where it received an OffComm and won the VAULT Festival Origins Award for outstanding new work.
Written and Directed by Misha Pinnington
V&V was filmed at in the underground tunnels at Vault Festival 2020.