The Vaults Theatre
Beneath the old arches under Waterloo Station is an arts space and theatre venue that puts on seriously cool kiddie activities. It’s a subterranean adventure, with red lighting, unusual displays, and tunnels for children to explore. There’s always something good showing, like great comedy for kids or an unusual retelling of Alice in Wonderland. Even if there’s no specific event, just getting there is special. You feel like you’re entering the underbelly of Waterloo, via a door that’s covered in some of the city’s best graffiti.
see what exciting installation or dining experience is on and trust that it will be worth going to!
Alternative theatre showcasing eclectic and varied performance and arts. Situated in converted railway arches to add to the atmosphere.
Graffitied alternative & Gothic performance & arts space in converted railway arches & tunnels. The Vaults is a multi-disciplinary space located in the underground world of Waterloo station . Loads of arts and performances :)
The Vaults is London’s home for immersive theatre and alternative arts. Also they do amazing club nights, unmissable!
“A safe bet – great food (mostly steaks and burgers), very affordable, lovely modern interior and a charming location in Borough Market.”
“it is one of the rare independent coffee shop, great little arty cafe on Tower Bridge Road just South of Bermondsey Square. They do a lovely hot chocolate made with Green & Blacks for just £2. Take away or eat-in. They also have a great array of little snacks: Fruit, chocolate, cereal bars etc as well as pastries and sandwiches and tortillas etc. Lunch freshly made and with quality ingredients. It's quite a modern, bright, funky interior and they regularly change the artwork on display, usually showcasing local up and coming artists. Perfect for a breakfast coffee and snack or equally good for a light lunch with a friend.”
“Straightforward Turkish takeaway restaurant specialising in kebabs, plus burgers.”
“Borough Market is where you might remember seeing Bridget’s bachelorette pad in the Bridget Jones movies. The entrance to her attic flat is next to the Globe Tavern on Bedale Street, and is the setting for some memorable scenes. The Greek restaurant where Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) and Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant) have their unforgettable fight—now it’s a wine bar, Bedales—is just across the street. Channel Bridget there with a chilled glass (or five) of Chardonnay.”