VAULT Comedy Festival
Comedy is fun. This year’s Comedy Festival at VAULT brings the most comedy acts we’ve ever had together under one roof.
With over 30 hilarious acts performing across six weeks, we’re all but guaranteed to have something which will tickle your funny bone. From stand-up to roll-on-the-floor, there’s surreal sketch shows, five-star improv, bizarre character comedy, and some very silly satire. Take your pick from the listings below.
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Nine-year-olds Alfie and Elton are in deep trouble. Play Time is a fast-paced, colourful, outrageous, heartwarming and hilarious two-hander from the award-winning Of Mice Theatre.Find out more »
Crowley & Co.'s regular variety showcase comes to VAULT 2017 as a bite-size free weekly show, hosted by the Night Players.Find out more »
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Nothingism is sweeping the nation: it's a bad new craze. Phil Mann's one-man sketch is surreal character comedy at its best: hilarious, strange and a superhuman feat unlike anything else.Find out more »
Self deprecating songs and comedy about a life of not being Adele. We’ve all been there – the shattering realisation that you are not Adele. Come join your fellow mortals for self-deprecating, non-Grammy Award-winning songs and comedy. We’re all someone like us.Find out more »
A comedy with lots of heart, and a brain tumour. When good brains go bad. This is the very true and very funny story of two best friends coming to terms with one being diagnosed with a brain tumour.Find out more »
Whirlwind comedy in which “refreshingly innovative theatre stands shoulder-to-shoulder with slap-stick and psychedelic surrealism” (★★★★ CTR). Pelican look to uplift you with their “infectious energy” (★★★★ TCS)Find out more »
A high-octane hour of clown, stand-up and music.
One half of critically acclaimed duo That Pair (★★★★ ‘Beautiful skits’ – The Times) delivers her debut show; a celebration of being none in a million through clown, stand-up and music.
A late night lol at the Vault, hosted by Loren O’Brien. Come join us for a night of old acts, new acts, borrowed and blue acts. Past acts include: Richard Gadd, Desiree Burch, Phil Wang, Rachel Parris, Fin Taylor, Goose, Adam Hess, Norris and Parker, and many more… no, seriously, there were so many good people. You don't even know.Find out more »
Can you really not talk? Have you considered an exorcism? Are you just in it for the parking? Award-winning comedian, Lost Voice Guy, answers these stupid questions about disabled people and more.Find out more »
Board up the windows, loot a supermarket and then hide in the basement, it's "Hurricane Katie", and this is comedy carnage. ★★★★ "Sometimes surreal, often unusually perceptive, but always original and entertaining" (Female Arts Magazine)Find out more »
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28th & 29th Jan | 11th, 12th, 25th, 26th Feb. Award-winning family comedy that will have kids storming the stage. Bring your hippo catchers! ‘Intelligent, imaginative, very funny’ (JimJam Arts) and Best Family Show at the 2016 Buxton Fringe.Find out more »
Award-winning, multi-five-star comedy show: comedy just got nasty! Two teams of fearless improvisers with a ball-busting compere.Find out more »
Armed with a cast that despise him, the arrogant actor, writer and director George Vere endeavours to bring you his "sci-fi masterpiece". (★★★★★ ThreeWeeks, ★★★★★ Broadway Baby)Find out more »
A twisted musical tale inspired by the style of Tim Burton. Playful, creepy and full of black comedy, this delightfully dark experience is different every time. "Mesmerising" ✮✮✮✮✮ Fringe GuruFind out more »
The RH Experience presents Scribble - a flowing improvised comedy narrative punctuated by spontaneous songs, all against an ever-changing, live illustrated backdrop.Find out more »
A silly video game series by three best friends/idiots. Prepare to Try pits one man against some of the most challenging video games ever made while his two ‘friends’ help him the only way they know how – by mercilessly mocking him.Find out more »
Sketchageddon Showcase brings together the best of five years worth of live shows from The London Comedy Writers. Expect an eclectic mix of comedy styles from undiscovered writing talents.Find out more »
A show about home, the body, and detachment from veteran homebody and New Comedian Of The Year 2014 finalist Ian Lane. “inventive, cliche-phobic comedy that makes a strong impression” (Chortle)Find out more »
Two rival funeral parlours. One channel Island. Join the Wooden Overcoats team for live performances of their critically acclaimed podcast sitcom. ‘Inspired Comedy’ The Times. ‘It’s fab’ The ObserverFind out more »