29 Nov 2017: Renaissance One presents The Venus Papers A show on arrivals, departures and journeys written and performed by Lydia Towsey and with live music and vocals by Ola Szmidt and Dave Dhonau and guest performances by Joelle Taylor and Lucas Howard. Venus, the Roman Goddess of...
2 Dec 2017: Peter Buckley Hill revives the one-man show that has obsessed him, with a couple of new bits, for a live recording, the last in his pre-death recording series. Everything you ever wanted to know about “My Old Man’s a Dustman”. Actually, how can we possibly know what you ever...
6 Dec 2017 to 8 Dec 2017: UCLU Jazz society Cross-currents will explore the concept of fusion: the power behind today's jazz scene. The origin of Jazz fusion was when latin music began to infuse the New York be-bop scene. From there fusion era developed in earnest when musicians like...
12 Dec 2017: Surbiles dir. Giovanni Columbu Bloomsbury Studio The Surbiles are women apparently like all the others but who abandon their physical body between sunset and dawn either in their sleep or by means of drugs. They enter houses where children live and suck their blood. In...
14 Dec 2017 to 16 Dec 2017: By Jeremy Krikler; directed by Kate Lovell The Caribbean, 1781. Captain Collingwood, master of the slave ship Zong, orders chained captives to be thrown overboard. Back in England, insurance is claimed on those murdered and Lord Mansfield, the Chief Justice,...
18 Dec 2017: Crosspath Theatre and Tilt presents John Agard: Roll Over Atlantic and Shivanee Ramlochan Join Caribbean-British poet John Agard in a quirky re-visioning of the notorious New World Enterprise of Christopher Columbus. A voyage in verse, performed against an evocative...
19 Dec 2017: Crosspath Theatre and Tilt presents John Agard: Roll Over Atlantic Join Caribbean-British poet John Agard in a quirky re-visioning of the notorious New World Enterprise of Christopher Columbus. A voyage in verse, performed against an evocative soundscape of Atlantic...
16 Jan 2018: Il monte delle formiche dir. Riccardo Palladino Bloomsbury Studio For centuries, every summer on September 8th, swarms of winged ants travel to the “Mount of Ants” in Italy, where they mate in flight: the impregnated females create new colonies while the male ants die on...
29 Jan 2018 to 30 Jan 2018: Graham Fellows: Completely Out of Character Preview shows prior to UK tour. Age 14+ Bloomsbury Studio Graham Fellows has performed as the comic character, John Shuttleworth for over 25 years on stage, TV and Radio, delighting audiences throughout the...
7 Feb 2018 to 9 Feb 2018: Lysistrata presented by the UCL Department of Greek and Latin and UCL Culture We are in Renaissance England. Civil war rages on pitilessly, with no end in sight. Fathers, sons, and husbands are dying in droves. No peaceful resolution is on the horizon, only...

About Bloomsbury Theatre & Studio

The Bloomsbury Theatre and Bloomsbury Studio will be closed over the summer so that building work can go ahead. A new schedule of Studio events begins in the autumn and we look forward to welcoming you then.

In the meantime, the Box Office remains open and happy to help with queries, by phone (020 3108 1000) or email (boxoffice@thebloomsbury.com)

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Our Location

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

You can find maps of our location and travel advice on our Find Us & Directions page.