The line-up for this year’s Vault festival, running from the 27th January to the 6th March has been announced and will feature more than 150 events.
Trgyve Wakenshaw, The Misfit Analysis and Clout Theatre are just a few examples of what to expect from the 2016 Vault Festival, heading to London from the end of January.
Audiences and visitors can visit eight different spaces, all within in one venue as well as three bars and a stylish pop up restaurant that fill the vaults beneath Waterloo station.
Since its first festival in 2012, the Vault Festival has presented over 250 theatre productions, comedy, family entertainment and workshops to entertain audiences.
Many of the different events taking place at this year’s festival will focus on themes such as gender, mental health and conflict.
Some examples of what to expect from this year’s event includes: Squidboy in which physical theatre performer Trygve Wakenshaw explores the idea of an imaginary friend creating their own imaginary friends. Or audiences can choose to be taken through a world of wheelchairs and blow up dolls in an exploration of an autistic mind called The Misfit Analysis.
Meanwhile, the Vault Festival marks the debut for Clout Theatre’s The Various Lives of Infinite Nullity, a dark piece that focuses on post-suicide support group held in the afterlife.
But there is going to be plenty for families to enjoy as well in this year’s Mini Vault, with shows such as Poetry Pie , A Night at the Theatre and The Assembly of Animals guaranteed to keep your little ones entertained.
New for 2016 is the Vault film Festival, which will present long and short form screening, spanning across a wide variety of genres and taking place every Sunday in February.
For full listings and to book tickets for events taking place at this year’s festival then visit: http://www.vaultfestival.com/. The Vault Festival will take place between the 27th January to the 6th March 2016.
Take a look at some of the highlights from the 2015 festival here: