26 Apr 2019: Angus Deayton, Helen Atkinson Wood, Michael Fenton Stevens and Philip Pope reunite to take classic scripts from the award-winning BBC Radio 4 show on the road following a sell-out and critically acclaimed run at Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Among other classic characters expect to...
27 Apr 2019: Live Nation TROIKA presents Rachel Parris - It's Fun to Pretend plus Special Guests Viral sensation Rachel Parris, star of BBC’s The Mash Report, presents a comedy show packed with stand-up, song, sketch, and inevitably a sideways swipe at society. In this tour show she...
29 Apr 2019: Calling all curious academics, researchers and artists. Join us for a free symposium exploring the relationship between academics and artists, with a focus on live performance. We’ll be asking: • How can research inspire great art? • How can collaboration help us to see...
2 May 2019: Why do we laugh? And what happens to our bodies when we do? Join laughter expert Professor Sophie Scott from the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience for a live experiment and discover the secrets of a good giggle. Sophie will be joined onstage by Edinburgh Comedy Award-...
4 May 2019: Presented by UCL Hebrew and Jewish Studies By Kurt Weill and Georg Kaiser, and translated by Leo Doulton. It’s Paris in 1914, and five anarchists infiltrate the Paris studio of Angèle. The plan is to impersonate her, place a gun in her camera, and assassinate the Tsar....
7 May 2019: MUSO sings museum objects and university research to life with musical performances by Impropera, the world’s only improvising opera company. Singers and musicians will take you on a journey of exploration as they create opera on the spot inspired by the stories of UCL’s...
10 May 2019: Philosophy and theatre are twins: born in the same place, Ancient Greece, at the same time, 6th century BC. One twin rejects the false to find the true; while the other embraces the false to show virtue her feature and scorn her own image. The Greeks put the worst of human...
11 May 2019: Hailed by critics and fans alike as a one of the finest songwriters of his generation, Dean Friedman has achieved legendary, pop-icon status for chart-topping hits, Ariel, Lucky Stars, Lydia, McDonald’s Girl and more. Following last year’s sold-out, 40th Anniversary Tour,...
13 May 2019 to 1 Jul 2019: A new comedy game show fresh from Edinburgh Fringe, Werewolf: Live sees favourite comedians (and one lucky audience member) lie, manipulate and backstab as they try to uncover the murderous werewolves. Past guests include Marcus Brigstocke, Daniel Sloss, Mae...
15 May 2019 to 16 May 2019: Artists and scientists explore the neuroscience of the imagination in front of your eyes. Developed in a collaboration between Kelly Hunter’s Flute Theatre and Antonia Hamilton, Professor in Social Neuroscience at UCL, this performance takes you inside Bottom’s...

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Bloomsbury Theatre & Studio are located at 15 Gordon Street, WC1H 0AH in Central London, near Euston Station.

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