An eclectic and jam-packed programme of over 150 events, to be held in one venue across 11 days, has been revealed.
VAULT – an arts and comedy festival set in the myriad of vaults underneath Waterloo Station – kicks of on 27 January 2016 and tickets for the range of events – featuring theatre performances, comedy, club nights, workshops and family entertainment – are available now from as little as £5.
VAULT Festival 2016 promises to have the “biggest and most diverse programme to date”, including the likes of Trgyve Wakenshaw, The Misfit Analysis and Clout Theatre. There is an international array of events taking place, exploring themes such as gender, mental health and conflict.
The shows on offer includes Squidboy, starring award-winning physical theatre performer Trygve Wakenshaw, and, in a VAULT Festival debut, the award-winning company, Clout Theatre present The Various Lives of Infinite Nullity; a dark and intriguing piece of absurdism centered around a post-suicide support group held in the afterlife. Elsewhere comedienne Lucie Pohl offers up a host of NYC-inspired character comedy in Cry Me A Liver.
Since its inception in 2012, VAULT has hosted over 250 productions, from outrageous comedy acts to hard-hitting political theatre and experimental new work from Britain’s most exciting emerging artists.
This year’s festival, complete with eight unique spaces, three bars and a pop-up restaurant, runs from 27 January to 6 March 2016.
Head to VAULTFestival.com for full listings, show info, timings and tickets.