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.
Amateur Transplants front man Adam Kay presents his antidote to the pantomime horrors on every other West End stage.
His cutting-edge, darkly humorous re-imaginings of songs have brought Adam a cult following across the UK - as well as sell-out tours and 20 million YouTube hits (including the iconic London Underground song). His cult Christmas album "Have Yourself a Sweary Little Christmas" shoots to the top of iTunes comedy charts every year, and his annual Christmas show is a must-see date in the comedy calendar.
As seen on BBC1's Live At The Apollo, star of his own BBC Radio 4 series How Did We End Up Like This? Andrew Lawrence presents his latest stand-up show of all new material.
"Anyone who gives this spikily inventive performer the time of day will realise they're in the presence of an A-list talent." The Guardian
Dennis Locorriere has a voice which is immediately recognised the world over but his own story is now so much more than Dr Hook.
His is contemporary achievements were added to in 2010 by three brand new releases, the first being the first publication of Whatever's Burning Now a Book of his Poetry & cartoons, a Live DVD – Post Cool Live filmed at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall whilst on tour with his band in following the release of his third solo CD entitled Post Cool following the previous release of two critically acclaimed solo albums which also form the third of these new releases offered as a joint package entitled Retrospection.
After being "sent off" the Soccer AM sofa last year for misbehaving, Chris wonders whether he really is the Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Morning TV – not to mention, whether he wants to be.
Fresh from a complete sell-out, twice extended 2012 tour, multiple appearances on Celebrity Juice and 8 Out of 10 Cats, and a starring role in BBC Two's Hebburn, Chris embarks on a brand new tour for 2013/2014. Taking his brush with on air censorship as a jumping off point to muse on life, mistakes, expectation and offense, he examines what happens when you say the wrong thing in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Why don't penguins get spots? Could picking your nose be dangerous? Why doesn’t the moon wander off? Could a 10-million-volt battery float over your head? And how long would it take for your heart to pump enough blood to fill the theatre?
Billy Miller has no idea what's in store when he enters the crazy, awesome World of Horrible Science and soon he is under attack from beastly bacteria, vicious volts and foul fluids! Will he regain control before it’s too late?! Using actors and jaw-dropping 3D Bogglevision, this astounding show has the awful answers - guaranteed to thrill you and your children!