VAULT Festival is proud to partner with Child.org in hosting an exclusive stage at The Horse & Stables from 27 Feb – 17 Mar. This exciting new venue will feature a variety of theatre, comedy, music and poetry, directly supporting Child.org’s Team Mum campaign launching pregnancy support services in Meru, Kenya.

The Campaign

In Kenya, one in 26 babies die before they reach their first birthday. New mums simply aren’t receiving the health information and support they need to keep their babies safe. Team Mum will arm new mums with that information and support. Our first priority is to launch pregnancy support groups in rural Kenya.

These pregnancy support groups will provide practical health information to new mums. Each will be provided with some baby essentials – including a weighing bag to help monitor the health of their baby. They’ll learn about breastfeeding, safe sleeping, what to expect during the birth and when they take the baby home. They will learn the warning signs to look out for – so they will know when to seek medical assistance at every stage of pregnancy and early motherhood.

The groups also provide a support system for young new mums – a place to ask questions and discuss problems in a friendly environment. Any new mum, wherever they live, knows how important this support can be. You can find out more at Child.org/teammum or by searching #teammum.

A percentage of all ticket sales for shows at The Horse & Stables will be donated to the Team Mum campaign. You can also help support this vital appeal by donating to Team Mum when you book online or purchase tickets at the venue box office.

The Venue

VAULT Festival 2019 takes place across numerous venues in Waterloo. All Team Mum shows will take place at The Horse & Stables, located just around the corner from The Vaults, on Westminster Bridge Road.

DIRECTIONS: The Horse & Stables, 122-124 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7RW
At Waterloo Station follow signs for Exit 2/Waterloo Road. Turn right out of the station (toward the Old Vic Theatre). Turn right onto Baylis Road (past Cubana restaurant on your right) follow it until the junction with Westminster Bridge Road – The Horse & Stables will be on your right hand side.

VENUE INFORMATION: Latecomers may be refused entry & your tickets will not be refunded.

The Shows

Ali Woods: Work in Progress

19:00, 03 Mar
Work in progress stand-up show by one of comedy’s brightest award-runner-upping talents. “His vigour wins over the crowd… a club-ready comic” Chortle. “New and original voice in comedy” Dane Baptiste. Get tickets.

Call Your Mum

20:30, 02, 09, 16 Mar
Call Your Mum is the hilarious live game show where your mum always gets the last word. Featuring audience interaction, high-level mum involvement and some very special surprise guests. Get tickets.

Coming Clean: Life As A Naked House Cleaner

20:30, 27 & 28 Mar | 16:30, 02 Mar | 16:30 & 20:30, 03 Mar
Sex! Fantasies! Voyeurism! Vacuuming! Come inside the world of a naked cleaner as he explores what we want and what stops us from asking for it. Get tickets.

Gaylords

19:00, 09 & 10 Mar
“GAYLORD NOUN, PEJORATIVE. Used to describe someone so gay it defies the laws of physics.” A gay hour of comedy from two Gaylords. Work in progress. Breeders welcome. Get tickets.

Hopeful Monster

15:00, 17 Mar
Travel with us through water, earth and air as we follow the journey from basic life forms to complex beasts in a surreal evolutionary narrative of shape shifting and transformation. Get tickets.

It’s Story Time… Get Upstairs!

20:30, 01 Mar | 19:00, 02 Mar
Join Rebel Jester for an evening of the epic, the beautiful and the hilarious in the comfort of their little hideaway. Pyjamas optional but encouraged. Get tickets.

Jamie Saves the World

19:00, 28 Feb & 01 Mar
An anarchic adventure through the 12 steps of the Hero’s Journey tackling all the world’s problems in under 60 minutes. The third time’s a charm. Get tickets.

Sophie Hates Theatre

15:00 & 19:00, 16 Mar
An exploration into diverse experiences of theatre, seen through two members of one family. It examines the pleasures and problems of theatre using comedy, flash-dance and having a nice chat. Get tickets.

Talking to Strangers

19:00, 27 Feb & 06 Mar
Standup poet Laurie Bolger brings you stories about comfort food, supermarket meltdowns, tea and pub love and how when life is lonely, strangers can give us the answers we need. Get tickets.

Wombmates

19:00, 13-15 Mar
An ‘ultra-sound’, bizarre physical comedy following Geordie twins from conception to delivery. Nine months inside gives them time to wonder…Is there really life after birth? Get tickets.