Performance Lab

UCL Culture presents Performance Lab, where artists, researchers and students explore how live performance can animate research – and how research can inspire art.

Coronavirus update

Due to the evolving Coronavirus outbreak and related concerns, our Performance Lab events in May 2020 at the Bloomsbury Theatre and Studio have been postponed or cancelled. We are working with our partners to reschedule these dates for Autumn 2020 onwards. If you have bought for shows affected by this then you will be emailed offering to transfer you tickets for the new dates or offered a full refund. We hope to be open again soon and our decision will be guided by the Government’s public health advice.

About Performance Lab

Experience cutting-edge research from one of the world’s leading universities, brought to life onstage through theatre, dance, music, comedy, circus, spoken word and technology.

In May 2020, Performance Lab presents a new season of events. Highlights include the Performance Lab Symposium which explores the relationships between artists, academics and community stakeholders, a performance by Shout at Cancer’s laryngectomy choir and the Soma project which explores our capacity to sense and feel our living bodies through virtual reality. There will also be a series of performances celebrating innovative feminist performance with the Camden People’s Theatre as part of the 'Calm Down, Dear’ Festival including Pretend Singing, Dosage and All in your Head.

If you’re an artist or a researcher and you’ve got an idea for UCL Culture’s Performance Lab programme, please get in touch with Sylvia Kluczewski, Producer.

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