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It might be the third year we’ve been involved now, but we still can’t wait to get back underground for Vault Festival, a massive 6 weeks of arts and entertainment in the amazing vaults hidden below Waterloo station.

Vault kicks off on the 25th Jan and we’re finding it more than a little tough choosing what to see first! With world-class theatre, stand-up comedy, dance, films, workshops and ‘Lates’ where you can party till the wee hours, ‘spoilt for choice’ is an understatement. For a very small price (including free entry to the fantastic venue itself and of course the bars), you can see the very the best and bravest of the next generation of creators… in fact Vault has been hailed many a time as ‘London’s answer to the Edinburgh Fringe.


Best news of all, our Pilsner, London Pale Ale and Yakima Red will be on tap to keep you and your cultured soul well hydrated across five bars.

For more info and tickets to the shows visit www.vaultfestival.com and we’ll see you at the bar!


In case that wasn’t enough to convince you, take a look at what the others are saying…

“In these dree and dreary days of January, London needs something to cheer itself up and the answer might very well be VAULT Festival.” London Evening Standard

“Extravaganza of theatre, comedy, club nights, workshops, and more” The Independent On Sunday

“For more uplift in the dark days before spring, get yourself down to VAULT Festival for its wild and whirling programme” Londonist

“Labyrinthine underworld, boasting a throng of performers and shows” Evening Standard Magazine “

Something for everyone” The Guardian

“You should be there.” Shortlist



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