Heather, Holly and their mum Angela, a close-knit family from Devon, struggle to run a rural petrol station.
Boorish Trumpson: a power-grabbing rehearsal conductor who will stop at nothing to gain ultimate control over the orchestra.
A satirically comic journey through power and diplomacy as two highly unqualified women are suddenly landed in charge. Written and performed by Cassie Symes and Georgina Thomas
It’s a tale as old as time: boy meets boy, boy loses boy, boy punches hole in universe to get boy back.
Should you ever go back to someone, or something, that almost destroyed you? What if they’re sorry? What if they say they’ve changed? What if they’re offering an EU…
A new interactive, tech heavy, semi-autobiographical, tragicomedy by Eleanor Hill.
A group of friends try to reach civilisation after a plane crash in an improvised, interactive show.
Multi award-winning comedy trio Sleeping Trees are returning with another festive mash up, this year taking JM Barrie’s beloved boy who would not grow up, adding 20 years and 50 …
When Molière’s Dom Juan first said that hypocrisy is a fashionable vice, I can’t imagine he was meditating on future iterations of the eponymous play such as the production at…
Alan and Ron are sweaty.
It’s 1895 and 24 year old Annie Londonderry has returned victorious to America, hailed as the first woman ever to cycle around the world.
We’re back! This time with 3 new short plays by female identifying playwrights. Prepare to see plays with female driven narrative and none of those boring archetypal forms!
Laquaya (15 - hip-hop, feminism, Peperami) has broken into Elyot’s house.
Nominated for Best Comedy at the 2019 Brighton Fringe, Australian comedian Henry Moss brings QUADRUPLE THRE4T to London’s VAULT Festival February 22 and 23.
Misunderstood, neglected and under-reported, Northern Ireland is just across the water but feels a million miles away.
Tinted is a revolutionary disabled response to the #metoo hashtag.
Join us, farmers, David and Sam, under the watchful eye of our rumbustious Gran, as we courteously portray to you our untold and epic adventures right here at VAULT Festival, in th…
A thought-provoking play about how family and social structures mold us into misshapen beings, and how trauma can become one’s own salvation.
VOiD is a play that looks at the ambiguity of mental health and self identity in our hectic, modern life! Deeply honest, darkly funny and unavoidable.
Critically acclaimed companies Feral Foxy Ladies & Kaleido Film Collective (★★★★ ‘totally engaging’ - A Younger Theatre) return to VAULT after a sell-out run of Balancing A…
A Piñata performance party to the centre of the Earth.
Best-selling novel The Collector comes to The Vaults beneath London Waterloo in a bold and gripping new stage production.
Blackboard, directed by Miguel Umba (Secret Cinema, Mandinga), bring Mario Benedetti’s uncompromising dissection of the victim and torturer relationship back to the London stage af…
Modern-day deadbeat Simon (Eli Kent) would rather natter to his mum, objectify his girlfriend, and play video-games with a pothead gorilla than think about the recent death of hi…
Combining a mixture of dance theatre, audio-description and imaginative storytelling with Casson & Friends’ trademark interactivity; Night at the Theatre is a fun, family adventu…
This one-woman play is an exploration of grief and bereavement which tells the story of Fiona Nash on the eve of her mother’s death.
Hosted by the love-child of Bruce Forsyth and Frank N.
A comedy written by Roxy Dunn (Channel 4/Oran Mor Comedy Drama Award shortlisted) and directed by Chris Head.
Jamie Muscato stars in an award winning new musical by Tim Gilvin, charting the journey of Jake, who drives through the night from London to Carlisle.
Isla Van Tricht’s new short play Underground explores the quagmire of 21st Century dating, specifically themed around the new (and often bizarre) world of free phone apps such as…
Originally developed with the Royal Court, Skin a Cat by Isley Lynn is a sexual coming of age story with a big (and fairly terrifying) difference.
The first ever show to explore objectum-sexuality, an orientation where people are attracted to objects.
The “Scottish Play” is among Shakespeare’s shortest, but for critically acclaimed theatre company Filter to edit it down to barely more than 90 minutes, without missing an…
How would you pass time in the afterlife? When he is given a job controlling the world’s weather, Kiki Lovechild tries to amuse himself throughout eternity by creating new worlds f…
How powerful is your imagination, could it save your life? ‘Nothing to see Here’ is a tender, sincere & moving exposition of the relation between self & unconscious.
In a protection unit far away from the Earth’s surface, two strangers wonder what earth used to be like, as the fast paced nature of humanity races before our eyes.
Five-star, darkly funny sequel to Pinocchio: the real story behind his infamous origins.
Dive head first into the absurd world of the Russian poet, iconoclast and false moustache wearer Daniil Kharms.
No-one’s been into the White before.