London’s biggest annual arts festival returns for eight weeks of fringe and experimental theatre, comedy, acrobatics spoken word, film, podcast recordings, cabaret, music and late night parties.
Now in its eighth year, the 2020 festival will take place in 18 spaces across Waterloo and the South Bank. These include the main hub at The Vaults on Leake Street as well as The Network Theatre. There’s also new comedy venue The Cockatiel at Hello Darling, Vaulty Towers on Lower Marsh and local pop-up venues too.
What to see at VAULT Festival 2020
Diversity and sustainability are a big part of the 2020 event. VAULT Festival has teamed up with Staging Change, an organisation committed to promoting sustainable practices in theatre.
The line-up includes Freedom, Hi a devised piece about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, Santi & Naz,a story of female friendship threatened by the violence and political turmoil of the partition of India, comedy from the LOL Word and Blow: A Deaf Girl’s Fight about a young deaf female boxer. There’ll also be sketch comedy from Ladylikes, late night improv from Battle Acts, and surreal antics in the immersive, site-specific show The Lost Hours.
Tickets for VAULT Festival
Download the Stagedoor app to plan your festival experience and get 2-4-1 ticket offers on selected shows.Tickets start from as little as a £7.50—so there are plenty of great shows to catch on a budget.