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‘The Witches of Oz’, ‘Stranger Sings’ and ‘Peter Pan’s Labyrinth’

OPEN 21/09/2022 - 15/12/2022

Venue Name: The Vaults. Launcelot Street, London SE1 7AD

Venue Postcode: SE17AD


Credits: Various

Box Office phone number: 020 7401 9603

Societies: London (professional shows)

This Autumn, The Vaults present their most exciting lineup yet. Three high energy, powerful, underground productions are opening from September 2022, offering an unrivalled Autumn and Christmas season beneath Waterloo station.
The programme includes a 5⭐Off Broadway musical transfer; a reimagined twist on The Vaults’ familiar dining shows; and an alt-comedy mashup inspired by David Bowie’s iconic sounds. Of course, if somehow none of that for you, their late night bar Leakeys will still be open throughout, with retro dancefloor, excellent cocktails and free programme of events. So book in for a head-spinning night out at The Vaults.


This year, The Vaults are dedicating themselves to reimagining accessible theatre, and introducing Pay What You Can tickets across three thrilling shows, to continually support those struggling in the wake of the last few years.
Join us every Wednesday and Sunday with tickets priced from as little as £3. We believe that these tickets will make our shows inclusive to everyone, and trust that fans of the industry will pay what they believe to be an individually fair and affordable price.


21st September – 15th January
Performance times: Tuesday – Saturday 7.15pm

Address: The Vaults, London SE1 7NN (Complimentary dinner and drinks included)
Friend and frequent Director at The Vaults, ShayShay has dreamed up another technicolour wonder, inspired by L. Frank Baum’s iconic world of witches, rainbows and magical slippers, to deliver the wicked sequel we’ve all been waiting for! Combining comedy, cabaret and .. political rivalry, expect a drag-tastic four course feast fit for The Wizard himself.
The Emerald City is in a state of glittering turmoil. It’s Good vs. Wicked in a fierce battle to be crowned the next Witch of Oz and you have been invited to cast your vote.
But when Dorothey is drag-ged back to the scene, will their homecoming turn the tide for Good or Wicked? And will their return help the Witches finally see over the rainbow, where good is defined by the height of your heels?So don your green-est glam for the most gravity defying night.


5th October – 15th January
Performance times: Wednesday – Sunday 7.00pm

Address: The Vaults Theatre, London SE1 7AD (Complimentary drinks included)
Children of the 80s! Join us underground (and upside-down) as The Vaults presents award-winning, smash hit new parody musical; Stranger Sings!
Straight from off-Broadway, this award-winning sci-fi spoof is a wild, irreverent twist on the hit Netflix series – in all its hair-raising, blockbuster glory. Take a trip with your favourite gang on a night of indulgent pop culture references, heavy synth, poor parenting, dancing demogorgons and maybe – just maybe – you might find justice for Barb along the way.
The Vaults’ first inhouse musical; a fearless parody with too many mullets, a generous helping of fairy lights, and where the 80s finally embraces feminism.


18th October – 15th January
Performance times: Wednesday – Saturday various times

Address: The Vaults Theatre, London SE1 7AD (Complimentary drinks included)
You are formally invited to the goblin wedding of the year in this alternative comedy from The Vaults’ newest friends; The Sleeping Trees!
Following an internet scam, Peter Pan left Neverland, and with it, left behind the lost boys, Tinkerbell and his youth. It’s now 2022 and Peter smokes, drinks and lives off a diet of creamed Possum (look it up) and Bovril.
Not wanting to go to Tink’s wedding looking like the target of a Huel advert, Peter goes in search of a solution to his ever-expanding gut and aggressive acid reflux. If rumours are to be believed, there is only one man with powers strong enough to restore him to his former glory; DAVID BOWIE. Who, as we all know, lives at the centre of the labyrinth.
This is The Vaults’ third and final show, finishing the season with a bang and a cult soundtrack.

Call: 020 7401 9603




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1 year ago

The story line wasn’t great and honestly I wish there was less talking and more singing, It just felt like it went on for so long in between songs and it wasn’t interesting or funny – It was more like a Panto and not a Drag show. We thought about leaving a few times but didnt because it cost us £140 for two tickets. I absolutely loved Tin and I really wanted more drag like hers. She really stole the show. I wish the scarecrow was less fancy dress and more Drag and I kind of feel the same for… Read more »

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