17 Oct 2017: Catching the Ghost is the debut play from Chris Campion, a visually impaired actor and musician from London. It’s a two-hander which describes the complex journey of a young man (Chris) whose gradual loss of sight takes him through an uncompromising experience of depression and...
17 Oct 2017: 'Fantastically seamy side to the material... also great with audience banter… sublime... brilliant’ Chortle ‘Cuts daggers with sharp one liners’ Glamour Magazine ‘Wonderfully open, witty, and comfortable… Displays skill which other comedians spend years trying to achieve......
18 Oct 2017: The Frog Princess Punked – a punk fairytale for adults: narrative + noise, surreal images + raw sounds. Crazed Russian fairytale meets punk rock! What happens when Ivan marries a frog? Big sounds. A wicked racket! Urban meets forest. Patriarchy meets feminism. Baba Yaga meets...
20 Oct 2017: Brighton Festival Fringe 2016 Winner of 3 Awards including Outstanding Theatre and Best of the Festival. Written and performed by Patrick Sandford. How can a Truth be told? How can a Secret be spoken? A betrayed schoolboy, a Japanese soldier, and the inventor of the...
21 Oct 2017: A telling of the stories of Iphis, Eurydice, and Echo. What Metamorphoses can teach us about women’s ongoing liberation- Echo’s from a narcissist, Eurydice’s from death, and Iphis’ from the limiting prescriptions of her mis-assigned gender.
21 Oct 2017: Ever considered you might not actually have a head? Ever thought your ‘head’ felt more like a tardis? Ever struggled to explain to others that your head just feels like a big void? This dramatisation of one of David Bowie’s favourite books, D.E. Harding’s spiritual classic by...
21 Oct 2017: A funny, insightful and at times disturbing exploration of the strange yet familiar logic of dreams. Lucid uses sound, object manipulation and physical theatre to mine the depths of the subconscious.
21 Oct 2017: This piece is woven from the Twitter feeds of Refugee Info Bus and Help Refugees during the final clearance of the Calais camp. A guest performer opens the envelope with the script and then shares the events of the eviction with the audience in real time, as they read it...
21 Oct 2017: Michael grew up in Brixton, so he’s seen a lot. The Frontline of the riots was on his road, and his mum guarded the shop below their flat to stop the looting. He can still smell police cars burning. Sasha went to Calais, where white police face off against people of colour...
22 Oct 2017: An intimate and comedic story about Irish grandparents that met at a Dance Hall in England, that touches on themes of immigration, loss, loneliness, family, ageing and most importantly (in)dependance. After Annie dies far too young, Jimmy struggles with getting older,...

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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.