St Patrick’s Day with the Irish Mob.

A raucous gangster knees-up for everyone’s hands-down-favourite saint. The very last Late of VAULT Festival 2018: a wild subterranean shindig in the name of St Patrick.

Ladies, gents, mobsters and molls, dig out your flat caps, find that flapper dress you’ve been waiting to wear and head underground for THE St Patrick’s Day Party of 2018.

This Saturday, channel your inner Irish gangster and prepare to party like it’s 1918. There’ll be punk céilidhs, a den of disrepute and enough whiskey to raise the dead. Now fill your glass for everyone’s hands-down favourite Saint. Sláinte!

Headlining the night is world-renowned London-Irish punk band NECK, bringing their unique brand of high-octane, psycho-céilidh entertainment, guaranteed to have you bopping and bouncing like an eejit. There’ll be banging DJs, Peaky Blinders-style walkabout entertainment from some of London’s finest immersive theatre talent, and of course a market of knick-knacks and flat caps.

Those that delve beneath the surface will find a twisty immersive trail of deceased mob bosses, rival siblings, jealous lovers and irrefutable proof of the luck of the Irish. If St Patrick banished the snakes from Ireland, at least a handful have shown up here.

Join us underground for the music and the mayhem, and send off Vault Festival like a (mob) boss. No one parties like the Irish Mob.

Brought to you by the team behind immersive fantasy The ‘Neath (Spirit of the Festival Award 2017), RUCKUS promises to round the festival off with an almighty bang.

DRESS CODE: You know the drill. Flat caps, braces, bobs, furs, waistcoats, shiny shoes, the whole shebang. Your Sunday best. Provided Sunday’s the day you look feckin fantastic.

Prices (including booking fees):
★ Advance £17.50
★ On the Door, £20
★ Super Early Bird, £9.50 SOLD OUT
★ Early Bird, £13.50 SOLD OUT

4hr 30m
The Vaults
17 Mar 22:30
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About the company

Rouge Productions | SPECIFIQ


Rogue Productions are pioneers in immersive entertainment. Rogue is all about letting audiences play. Rogue creates immersive theatre, escape games, experiential events and everything in between.

Modern audiences want to play, not watch.

Rogue was founded by Dean Rodgers. Before Rogue, Dean co-created & co-directed the hit immersive experience HEIST, worked as game designer of London’s best escape game Time Run and served as the creative director of The Crystal Maze Live Experience.


SPECIFIQ creates site-specific, immersive and interactive adventures. Founded in 2011, the company has produced full-scale productions as well as numerous events, workshops and other entertainments at sites including The National Theatre, National Maritime Museum, Durham’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Tower Bridge Engine Rooms and many more.

Artistic Director Oscar Blustin is a writer, director and producer working in the UK and US. Most recently in London, he co-wrote and co-directed The Soulless Ones at Hoxton Hall, a large-scale immersive nightmare for cult British brand Hammer Horror. The Daily Telegraph described the show as “impossible to fault” and “the future of immersive theatre.” In conventional theatre, he has directed or produced at the Soho Theatre, the Finborough, the Leicester Square Theatre, Theatre503 and many more.

Creative Producer Becky Brown works as a producer, company and stage manager focussing on interactive productions. She managed sell-out shows in London including: The Crystal Maze: Live Experience, HEIST, and The Owls are Not What They Seem. Her latest project was The People’s Revolt at the Tower of London with differencEngine. Becky’s experience includes projects for clients such as EA Games, Capcom, Gideon Reeling, ITV, Boomtown Fair, Harvey Nichols, and London Coffee Festival.

SPECIFIQ and Rogue teamed up at Vault Festival 2017 for sold-out immersive fantasy The ‘Neath (Spirit of the Festival Award).