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Vault festival

Vault Festival is London’s biggest annual arts festival, hosting hundreds of events across theatre, comedy, film, and live performance. The festival takes place at the Vaults in Waterloo, London from January 24 to March 18, 2018.

Comedian, writer and performer Fran Bushe will be taking an autobiographical show about her sex life to this year’s Vault Festival in London. She...

I tried to engage, I really did, but Nik Wakefield’s solo show Air Time is one of those performance art pieces that you either...

Isobel Rogers’ solo show sees her sitting on a stool with her guitar in one of the more oppressively damp spaces at Vaults. She...

Mark Wilson’s two-hander, You, originally premiered at the Brighton Fringe in 2015, and it’s lost little of its power since then. It’s a fluid...

It feels so, so wrong to pass comment on I Have a Mouth and I Will Scream, because if there’s one thing that Abi...

The new show by Willis and Vere – the duo behind 2015’s hit fringe farce The Starship Osiris – is called A Serious Play...

Lauren Silver’s Surprise! is one of those frank, friendly solo shows that explores issues of mental health or social stigma with the help of...

What makes one world real and one world imaginary? That’s the Matrix-like dilemma at the centre of Exeter-based company the Peaceful Defeat’s debut show...

As Vault Festival strides into its fourth week, there’s a real sense that the festival has found its feet. Week four sees the arrival...
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