The Bloomsbury Theatre.
A theatre located in Central London near the West End. We host a varied programme to suit all tastes, from comedy to drama, music to dance and much more. Take a look at our list of upcoming events and book online.
Our Box office will be closed for Easter from 4pm on Thursday 17th April until Monday 21st April. We will re-open as normal again from the 22nd. Our online sales system will be working as normal during this time.
They've enthralled audiences in heats across the UK. From Aberdeen to Cambridge hundreds of contestants have fought for their place in the FameLab Final. Now, with an arsenal of charm, personality and scientific expertise, ten finalists will have just three minutes each in which to communicate a chosen science or engineering topic in the most exciting, innovative way possible to a panel of high profile judges.
You are invited by our host, Professor Russell Foster, Cheltenham Science Festival Chair and Sir Vernon Ellis, Chair of the British Council, to the FameLab UK grand final competition.
Nobel Laureates James Watson and Peter Higgs called last year's international FameLab Final the most fun they've had in years. The question is: who will be representing the UK this year?
Sell Out Grand Final 2009/10/11/12/13
FEATURING HEADLINE SETS FROM:
LORETTA MAINE – 'A searing talent' - Scotsman
JAY FOREMAN – 'Sharp and sophisticated' - Chortle
MAE MARTIN – 'Audience in the palm of her hand' - Spoonfed
Bright Club, the comedy night where UCL researchers try their hand at stand up comedy, is back at the Bloomsbury Theatre to celebrate our fifth anniversary (FIVE YEARS!).
A lot can happen in 5 years, so with 10 of the best Bright Club performers from UCL and around the country and supported by 3 incredibly brilliant comedians, we will be talking all things change.
The War on Want Comedy Gig is back with its seventh annual comedy fundraiser and this year's line up is shaping up to be more amazing than ever!
Top class comedians supporting the charity include the "brilliantly funny" Stand Up for the Week star Angela Barnes; Cutting Edge team member and co-creator/writer of No Pressure to be Funny Alistair Barrie; The Now Show and Just A Minute regular Marcus Brigstocke; legendary alternative stand-up comedian Arnold Brown; Actor and comedian of stage and screen Kevin Eldon; Comic master Stewart Lee; "sharp satirist and superb comic" and co-creator of topical satire podcast No Pressure to be Funny Nick Revell; Brilliant comedian and political activist Kate Smurthwaite.