Critically acclaimed companies Feral Foxy Ladies & Kaleido Film Collective (★★★★ ‘totally engaging’ - A Younger Theatre) return to VAULT after a sell-out run of Balancing Acts in 2017 to bring you their new comedy on love, lust and loss…
Best-selling novel The Collector comes to The Vaults beneath London Waterloo in a bold and gripping new stage production.
Starring Daniel Portman (Game of Thrones) and Lily Loveless (Skins),The Collector is an extraordinary adaptation of John Fowles’s fascinating debut novel...
The year is 2044. Earth is a lifeless wasteland. The only chance of survival is to be accepted into Eden, a city enclosed in a protective dome where the inhabitants are free from the Outside but the promise of paradise may not be all that its seems...
Combining a mixture of dance theatre, audio-description and imaginative storytelling with Casson & Friends’ trademark interactivity; Night at the Theatre is a fun, family adventure that celebrates the creativity in all of us.
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. Fiona's estranged sister has demanded she write her mother's eulogy, but Fiona's having a bit of trouble remembering.
Hosted by the love-child of Bruce Forsyth and Frank N. Furter, STAMP is a cheeky, extreme and challenging gameshow where you make the rules.
An interactive cabaret experience for the naughty child in everyone.
A comedy written by Roxy Dunn (Channel 4/Oran Mor Comedy Drama Award shortlisted) and directed by Chris Head. Devised and performed by Alys Metcalf ('The Play That Goes Wrong', West End) and Roxy Dunn (Channel 4’s 'Babylon', BBC3’s 'Top Coppers').
'Violent. Political. Entertaining.' These are the words
international company MKA use to define their convention-breaking work. But
their latest offering, Baby, now
showing at London's 2016 Vault Festival, fits none of these categories...
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. Over the course of his journey we gradually discover why.
Having lunch. One would've thought it terribly easy...A high octane series of musical comedy vignettes chronicling the very rub of contemporary living. From the perils of adequate dog sizing to the woes of Thomas Duke of Clarence.
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. This is because the protagonist Alana (Lydia Larson) suffers from vaginismus, a sexual dysfunction where vaginal penetration causes extreme pain and involuntary spasms...
The first ever show to explore objectum-sexuality, an orientation where people are attracted to objects. Based on interviews with objectum-sexuals, the show uses monologues, montages, live music and an ever-changing set to tell these unique stories.
“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 any significant narrative
points, is certainly impressive...
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 from his imagination...
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. Above all it is a humorous & human account of that which makes us what we are.
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.
A satirical statement against apathy inspired by EM Forster’s The Machine Stops.
Five-star, darkly funny sequel to Pinocchio: the real story behind his infamous origins. A rollercoaster ride filled with song, puppetry, physical theatre & clowning. But be warned, there’s a twist and tear in this raucous cautionary tale!
Dive head first into the absurd world of the Russian poet, iconoclast and false moustache wearer Daniil Kharms.
Expressionist silent film meets grotesque slapstick in a world where clocks have no hands and a cucumber can kill a man.