Vault Festival

Vault Festival 2018

Founded in 2012, Vault Festival is held at The Vaults, an underground fringe found below Waterloo station in London. It hosts hundreds of events every year, ranging from theatre, comedy, film, circus and live performance.

Vault Festival 2018 will be the biggest yet, running in the capital for eight weeks with over 300 shows aiming to champion new writing and immersive experiences, which is what The Vaults is renowned for.

Highlights at this year’s festival include Neverland, an immersive re-telling of the Peter Pan story by The Guild of Misrule and Theatre Deli, the teams behind the hit production of The Great Gatsby which premiered at the festival and continues to run at a secret London location.

Click here to read our pick of the best shows to see at VAULT Festival.


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Vault Festival 2018
The 10 top shows to see at Vault Festival 2018
Friday, January 5, 2018

Every year, the best and brightest fringe theatre companies gather below Waterloo to showcase their work at one of London’s most adaptable theatre spaces, The Vaults. This year’s Vault Festival promises to be bigger than ever before, with 300 individual shows running between 24th January and 8th March. Here, we’ve picked ten shows that have piqued our interest, but there are obviously plenty more shows to check out. For information and tickets for these and the 290 other shows at the festival, visit the Vault Festival website. Becoming Shades

Theatre programme for Vault Festival 2018 announced
Wednesday, December 6, 2017

The theatre programme has been announced for next year’s Vault Festival which will run from 24th January to 18th March.   Highlights include immersive theatre experience Neverland, which is devised by the team behind The Great Gatsby, which is currently running in a secret London location. Theatre Deli and The Guild of Misrule will produce an immersive musical production of JM Barrie’s story of Peter Pan, and will feature live music, absinthe bars and food fights. It will run for the full eight weeks of Vault Festival.

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