Booking to 7 January 2023
A fast paced alternative comedy mash-up
Surrealist character comedy troupe Sleeping Trees and The Vaults, invite you to join them in the depths of the labyrinth this winter, as they transform the belly of Waterloo into a depraved and occasionally arousing underground world.
Enter a world brimming with characters from Peter Pan and Labyrinth, as well as that guy with hands for eyes from Pan’s Labyrinth and the maze maestro David Bowie, in all of his forms.
In an alt-comedy mash-up where stardust meets fairy-dust, Sleeping Trees bring you a show full of fast-paced storytelling, a cult soundtrack and a party atmosphere more raucous than a casual gathering at No.10.
Peter Pan’s Labyrinth is booking until 7 January 2023 at The Vaults, London.
What's the story of Peter Pan's Labyrinth?
You are formally invited to the goblin wedding of the year in this alternative comedy from 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.
Who are the creative team of Peter Pan's Labyrinth?
Created and produced by The Sleep Trees. Produced by The Vaults.
Performance information is for guidance only. Check booking calendar for details.
Entrance to Peter Pan’s Labyrinth is via the Launcelot Street entrance
Latecomers may not be admitted
Following current government guidelines, we are no longer operating under any social distancing, isolation, or mask wearing rules. However, we do encourage the use of masks when not seated, as well as taking a lateral flow test before attending this event. We strongly recommend that you have been fully vaccinated. We have many sanitising stations dotted around the venue and request that you utilise these as much as possible. None of these guidelines are mandatory in order to attend, but are encouraged for your own safety, as well as that of the cast, staff and those around you
Venue InformationThe Vaults London, Launcelot Street , Lambeth, SE1 7AD
Nearest Tube or Train: Waterloo Station (Northern Live, Jubilee Line) - Leave Waterloo via Exit 2 onto Waterloo Road (there should be a Sainsbury's opposite). Turn right and walk towards the Old Vic. Turn right onto Bayliss Road. Take the second right on to Lower Marsh.
Nearest Buses: 12, 53, 76, 148, 159, 453, C10, N53, N109, N155