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Vault Festival, hidden under Waterloo station (in the err Vaults) is back with a bang, just bigger and better than last year and we can’t wait! The six week arts festival is hosting over 100 different shows, from outrageous comedy and cabaret to hard-hitting theatre, international dance and late-night parties, Vault showcases the bravest and best of the next generation of creators, all of which you can enjoy for seriously reasonable prices. It makes for a great night out and entry itself to the festival is free!

So whilst we strongly recommend you see a show or two, if you simply fancy going underground and exploring the cave of wonders for yourself over a few pints and some grub then that’s okay too. Good news is, we’re in charge of ensuring Vault has decent beer pouring for you, so we have our London Lager, London Pale Ale and Yakima Red on tap – plus a cheeky limited edition or two if you’re lucky. Think of it as London’s own Edinburgh Fringe Festival… but better, and cheaper, and well… in London. Enjoy.

For more info and tickets for the shows click Vaults Festival


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