Choosing is hard, and when there’s so many different things to see, you never want to feel like you’re missing out. We’ve created a host of special offers so it’s easier than ever to get as much as you can out of VAULT Festival’s six weeks of entertainment.

2-for-1 Tickets: Wednesdays, Thursdays & Sundays

This one’s easy: any show that’s on for a week of VAULT has a limited supply of 2-for-1 tickets on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday performances. Book early, because when they’re gone, they’re gone.

To find out if a show has 2-for-1 tickets left, simply choose a date and click “Book Now”. Select two tickets (or more), and if there are still tickets available, they’ll be automatically discounted in basket. Easy! No discount appearing? That means they’ve run out on that day – sorry about that.

Combo Deals

Festivals are about adventure, variety and exploration. With these combo deals, you can save money by booking to see more than one show in the same transaction. Have a look at the list below and make your visit to VAULT a whole night out.

To book a Combo Deal, simply add both shows in the combo to your basket, and you will get an automatic discount at the point of payment. See if any of the below take your fancy.

Week 1 (25th – 29th Jan) Combo Deals

£22 Combo

Adele Is Younger Than Us (25th -29th Jan) is a journey through the trials and tribulations of love, with all the heartbreak but none of the Grammy’s like Adele. Fran & Leni (25th – 29th Jan) is a full-throttle tale of escape and lifelong friendship with music, sex, fishnets, tits and spitting.

Week 2 (1st – 5th Feb) Combo Deals

£20 Combo

Greywing House (1st – 5th Feb) presents a chilling tale of love lost, examining isolation and loss through a classically gothic lens that’s sure to carry you out into deep, dark waters. Happily Never After (1st – 5th Feb) is a twisted musical tale inspired by the style of Tim Burton that is playful, creepy and full of black comedy, a delightfully dark experience that’s different every time.

£15 Combo

HIP (1st – 5th Feb) is an interactive theatre show about a flat caught between two timelines: 70s bohemian Brighton, and a squat established in 2002. My Pain Is Better Than Your Pain (1st – 5th Feb) is a time-hopping ‘traumedy’ of stand-up, storytelling and psychotherapy.

Week 3 (8th – 12th Feb) Combo Deals

£20 Combo

I Need To Vent (8th – 12th Feb) is a dark comedy about taking dark measures to become the centre of your friends’ lives again, even if it means pretending to be a little crazy. My World Has Exploded A Little Bit (8th – 12th Feb) is a darkly comic, deeply personal guide to bereavement with philosophy, music and silliness.

£16 Combo

This Must Be The Place (8th – 12th Feb) presents two short ballads about being alive and not… About migration, missed connections, and life on the edge of respectability. The Texas Tax Man (8th – 12th Feb) is a new comedy set in 1875 in which two cowboys miss the tax return deadline and all hell breaks loose.

£25 Combo

Astronauts of Hartlepool (8th – 12th Feb) is a brand new dark comedy about broken Britain and broken promises, and the lengths we go to fix them, while The Jurassic Parks (8th – 12th Feb) sees Superbolt return to VAULT Festival with their multi award winning laugh-out-loud spin on Spielberg’s classic.

Week 4 (15th – 19th Feb) Combo Deals

£25 Combo

Mars Actually (15th – 19th Feb) sees Superbolt premiere their kaleidoscopic vision of life on Mars while Summer Nights in Space (15th – 19th Feb) is a musical odyssey about the search for love across the universe, from the creators of The Quentin Dentin Show.

£18 Combo

Blood & Bone (15th – 19th Feb) is part political satire, part pixar movie – a dark and cheeky adult puppet show with puns and poor taste to guarantee you’ll soil yourself. Cornwall Vs. China (15th – 19th Feb) is a razor sharp comedy exploring how liberty and the essence of a country can very quickly be chipped away, one Cornish pasty at a time.

Week 5 (22nd – 16th Feb) Combo Deals

£16 Combo

You Having Olaf (22nd & 26th Feb) is a one-man “comedy” storytelling piece based on anecdotes from the woebegone world of a recovering children’s party entertainer. Ladyface (25th Feb) is a white-knuckle ride on a character comedy carousel through the mind of your chameleon woman-host who prances about for your explosive theatrical delight.

£18 Combo

The End of Dance (22nd – 26th Feb) is a piece about MPs being forced underground to talk about dance, and about what happens when no one is allowed to dance anymore while The Long Trick (22nd – 26th Feb) is a new play with song about Cornwall, gentrification and what happens when ideas go beyond our control.

£20 Combo

Living a Little (22nd – 26th Feb) introduces you to three people trying to survive a zombie apocalypse in a secure and stockpiled flat complete with a TV, a sound system, video games and enough alcohol to host a Scottish wedding. Testament (22nd – 26th Feb) goes to the dark underside of the Greatest Story Ever Told as we meet four overlooked Bible characters telling their side of the story, accompanied by a haunting live score of gospel and blues.

Week 6 (1st – 5th Mar) Combo Deals

£25 Combo

Kings (1st – 5th Mar) sees Hannah and Bess sleeping rough before a new arrival introduces them to a different way of thinking and they discover a power in their position that opens up a world change. Labels (1st – 5th Mar) is a funny, moving and honest solo show about mixed heritage and immigration, using comedy and storytelling to chart a childhood in 90s Devon & shifting political landscapes.

£18 Combo

Project 2: Improvised Science Fiction (1st – 5th Mar) is exactly what it says! Expect something moody like Solaris, something fun and silly like Futurama, or something elsewhere on the famous Solaris – Futurama scale. BADD (1st – 5th Mar) is a darkly comic presentation on the multitude of Satanic threats hidden in seemingly innocuous everyday objects and media. It is part theatrical lecture; part participatory brainstorming session.

Multi-Week Combo Deals

£20 Combo

A Colder Water Than Here (1st – 5th Feb) is a multilingual theatre piece exploring how we carry the past with us while Save + Quit (8th – 12th Feb) shares the stories of four humans in London and Dublin and how they attempt to live in the metropolises they call home.

£25 Combo

The Club (1st – 5th Feb) is the hit EdFringe 2016 comedy set in London’s legendary 90’s club, The Tardis. Repetitive Beats (1st – 5th Mar) is a multi-media and high octane look at one of the most influential and hedonistic movements in modern music.

£20 Combo

A Year From Now (25th – 29th Jan) is a fascinating combination of verbatim and physical theatre and Carry On Jaywick (22nd – 26th Feb) is a new verbatim play about home, identity and not letting life grind you down, from the residents of Britain’s most deprived town.

£15 Combo

All of Me (1st – 5th Mar) is a dark comedy exploring one man’s gambling addiction and Ash (8th – 12th Feb) is a playful take on the highs and lows of a life-long love affair with smoking.

£15 Combo

Celestial Ape (8th – 12th Feb) is an apocalyptic variety show about a Soviet space–monkey who witnesses the nuclear apocalypse whilst orbiting Earth (plus musical numbers). Major Tom (1st – 5th Feb) is a one-man show about a one-way ticket… and Bruce Springsteen, featuring Tom Moores coming to terms with his own intransigence and a future without his beloved icon.

£18 Combo

Frontal Lobotomy (1st – 5th Feb) fuses original beat poetry with tormented lullabies from Tom Waits; punctuated with scientific accounts of the transorbital lobotomy. My World Has Exploded A Little Bit (8th – 12th Feb) is a darkly comic, deeply personal guide to bereavement with philosophy, music and silliness.

£22 Combo

Space Play (25th – 29th Jan) is a black comedy about suspension, isolation and our disintegrating times featuring stunning design and projection mapping. The Starship Osiris (1st – 5th Feb) sees arrogant actor, writer and director George Vere – armed with a cast that despise him – endeavouring to bring you his “sci-fi masterpiece”.

£16 Combo

Play Time (25th – 29th Jan) is a fast-paced, colourful, outrageous, heartwarming and hilarious two-hander from the award-winning Of Mice Theatre. Skin of the Teeth (1st – 5th Feb) is a thrilling, surreal and boldly-physical modern fairytale about a boy who can’t feel fear and his quest to find it.

£16 Combo

The South Afreakins (15th – 19th Feb) is a comedic solo show about immigration and the search for home and This Must Be The Place (8th – 12th Feb) presents two short ballads about being alive and not… About migration, missed connections, and life on the edge of respectability.

£15 Combo

Ash (8th – 12th Feb) is a playful take on the highs and lows of a life-long love affair with smoking while Skin of the Teeth (1st – 5th Feb) is a thrilling, surreal and boldly-physical modern fairytale about a boy who can’t feel fear and his quest to find it.

£16 Combo

You Having Olaf (22nd & 26th Feb) is a one-man “comedy” storytelling piece based on anecdotes from the woebegone world of a recovering children’s party entertainer. Jamie Saves the World (15th – 19th Feb) is an epic, one man Sci-Fi adventure, taking us on a hero’s journey, minus the hero, through wormholes, romance, hangovers, semantics, danger, Bruce Springsteen, comedy, and the fate of the universe!