A battleground with one actor, four characters, and a drunk driving accident involving a teenage mutant ninja turtle watch.
Usually avoid public bathrooms? Here’s one you won’t want to miss! PUBLIC is a pop/rock musical by new and exciting theatre collective, Stroud & Notes.
‘Family is just another word for love.
JUST BE NORMAL is the moving true story of two sisters, Sophie and Emma, as they navigate Autism in a world that refuses to understand them.
Going Global! Come and join us and celebrate world class music and dance from across the Globe at it’s very best! Immerse yourself in the delightful sounds of voice, dance and mu…
Welcome to The Quota Cabaret! A drag, burlesque and circus extravaganza that celebrates and champions the under-represented.
Incognito Theatre burst back onto the VAULT Festival stage with their raucous and riotously funny comedy: The Net Kill.
It’s 2014, Gay marriage has just been legalised in the UK, and Rowan and their LGBTQ+ bandmates want to sing it from the rooftops.
Cluedo, Roald Dahl and one film in particular from 1985.
Time moves differently in the country.
Jaz writes for The Guardian.
Being a parent and a wrestler are the same.
Making their Vaults debut, Fist Club is a queer cabaret & pro wrestling night - aka your new favourite pastime.
Can nurse Nigel take on the Winter Gauntlet? Will anyone ever get a pay raise? Lawless uses wrestling as a showstopping medium to explore the politics of what it’s like to be a ‘…
The Buzztones are back! Following smash-hit shows in 2019 and 2020, the pop-comedy maestros return to VAULT with a brand new, feel-good set of tracks and nonsense.
Instructions on How to Cry is a new devised play exploring the science and mystery of emotional tears which appear to be solely present in Homo Sapiens.
Maud, a modern-day lynching, is a Verbatim play about the February 23, 2020 murder of 25 year-old Ahmaud “Maud” Arbery, a former high school football standout, by three white men i…
HIDE and SEEK is a darkly entertaining play that pits two teenage boys against each other in the face of contagious hatred and prejudice in their small Italian town.
A disruptive, black-owned and black-curated platform demonstrating the viability of every artistic voice, and normalising inclusivity for all artists.
Looking for an alternative Valentines Date Night? Or something to alleviate the existential dread of the most ‘romantic’ night of the year? Look no further! Cabaret Sauvignon a…
Outside a rural home, a blizzard rages.
Oofle Dust began in a North London pub many years ago; it is an event for people to share work they perhaps have not felt able to, not known how too, or simply never made before.
‘We stick out like balls on a bulldog in these endz.
KAT & KAT will take you on a journey everywhere - from ‘How to be a Hoe’ to their personal DM inboxes in this unique show ‘The Whoreing Twenties!’ No topic is off limits - everythi…
Hot off the back of sell-out runs at Edinburgh Fringe 2022, Soho Theatre London & San Fransisco Comedy Fest; multi-award-winning troupe POLICE COPS return with their sell-out comed…
Boaz and George meet on Grindr.
Nocturne: A late night cabaret featuring the very best in entertainment from across the UK.
‘Asbestos ceilings don’t break like glass’ After the death of SON’s Nan, SON returns to his hometown, but MAM’s boyfriend MIKE, not from the area, has other ideas about what’s best…
Epic dark comedy combining Norse mythological storytelling with full contact wrestling.
After a bad break-up from a 6-year relationship, a 32-year-old, plus sized, gay primary school teacher finds he must sublet his flat to a buff Instagram model.
Join ‘genre defining’ comedian Luisa on her latest masterpiece in action, by the time we finish together, it will be.
Join the ONCOMM nominated Women’s Writes for three bold short plays written by female playwrights.
JASON is a verbatim piece of theatre, using recorded delivery to stage PORTRAIT OF JASON, the seminal cult classic documentary about the Black Queer experience in 1960s NY.
Runner Up for the ATG Playwrights Prize: CACEROLEO examines “safe spaces” in the arts from the point of view of a young person who grew up witnessing domestic violence.