25 May 2019: The whole thing is a mess and only one person can sort it out. Sadly, we have no idea who it is. Join Britain’s leading political comedian, Matt Forde, for his smash-hit, sell-out Edinburgh show as he waves goodbye to life as an EU citizen. As host...
29 May 2019: Have you looked at politics and thought: What the hell is going on? Join Matt Chorley at the Bloomsbury Theatre for a hilarious evening of comedy about the implosions within Westminster. Hold tight as the award-winning Red Box editor takes you on a gag-filled gallop through...
30 May 2019 to 1 Jun 2019: UCL Film and TV Society presents the award-winning Festival of the Moving Image from 30th May to 1st June. Now in its 11th year, this year's theme is Underground and Kept Far Down. Our carefully curated programme includes feature film screenings, guest talks from...
30 May 2019 to 1 Jun 2019: Written by Simon Stephens, Birdland is a non-naturalistic examination of the value of emotional connection. It follows Paul, a rockstar on the final week of an international tour. He can have whatever and whoever he wants. Everything can be quantified and bought....
3 Jun 2019: Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst and granddaughter of Sylvia PankhurstM, leaders in the British suffragette movement, will be visiting UCL for a participatory discussion on women’s lives, in a conversation with Professor Sasha Roseneil, Dean of the UCL...
4 Jun 2019: Join some of UCL's funniest researchers and alumni for an evening of hilarious stories and jokes from the past. History Showoff is a comedy cabaret event all about the past, where a cast of historians, archaeologists, museum experts, geographers and comedians try to make...
5 Jun 2019: Star of the BBC Radio 4 series, Natalie Haynes Stands Up for the Classics, Natalie brings her unique combination of ancient history and stand-up comedy to the Bloomsbury Theatre, following her 100+ date tour, Honour Among Thebes. Natalie spent 12 years as a stand-up comedian,...
7 Jun 2019: OUTBurst! is a celebration of 10 years of OUT@UCL which is UCL's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer and inclusive (LGBTQ+) staff and researcher network. OUT@UCL received recognition for its work to promote diversity and inclusion by enabling UCL to feature in Stonewall's Top...
10 Jun 2019: Rachel Whiteread discusses her practice and her new sculpture commissioned by UCL with Professor Briony Fer and Professor Tamar Garb. Earlier in 2019, UCL was delighted to unveil the artist’s work, which directly connects the Student Centre with the history and heritage of...
13 Jun 2019: Show And Tell, the UK’s leading producers of pioneering, cutting edge comedy bring another all-star line-up to the Bloomsbury Theatre. Featuring Nish Kumar, host of BBC2’s The Mash Report and Live at the Apollo star, with a headline set fresh off the back of a sell-out tour...

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