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  1. The Festival of the Moving Image

    Bloomsbury Theatre
    Fri, 27/02/2015 to Mon, 02/03/2015

    UCLU Film & TV Society present The Festival of the Moving Image.

    The award-winning Festival of the Moving Image (FoMI) returns with a thrilling new programme! As a result of last year’s success, the festival has been transferred to the Bloomsbury Theatre in central London.

    The 2015 festival will run over four days and will feature a superb selection of headline films and Q&A panels with renowned industry figures, as well as interactive activities, such as a guided walking tour. Highlights include live Q&As with Mike Leigh and Jaco Van Dormael following screenings of their films. As with previous years, members of UCLU Film Society have assembled a festival committee who take sole responsibility for the planning and running of the event. In addition, this year the festival is very fortunate to have the support of ODEON Cinemas. Our headline events and film screenings on 27th and 28th of February, as well as 2nd March, will take place in the prestigious 550-seater Bloomsbury Theatre in the heart of central London. On 1st March, screenings will be hosted in ODEON Tottenham Court Road (the walking tour will also begin and end in the surrounding area).

    See here for the festival schedule.

  2. Roots

    Bloomsbury Theatre
    Wed, 04/03/2015

    UCLU Bangla Society and Pakistan Society present Roots an amateur production in association with Stage Crew Society.

    For the first time in UCL’s history, UCLU Bangla Society and UCLU Pakistan Society, the people who brought you Bashonti Ball & Rockshock respectively, are collaborating and are proud to present their debut charity variety show Roots.

  3. John Bishop: Supersonic

    Bloomsbury Theatre
    Thu, 05/03/2015 to Sun, 29/03/2015

    Lisa Thomas Management Proudly Present… John Bishop: Supersonic.

    Comedian John Bishop returns to the Bloomsbury Theatre for ONE NIGHT with his amazing sell-out show Supersonic. Reviews for this show have been sensational with The Daily Mirror saying,

  4. Crossroads

    Bloomsbury Theatre
    Sat, 07/03/2015

    UCLU VOCE Gospel Society in association with UCLU Stage Crew presents our annual amateur end of year show: Crossroads

    A homeless woman is arrested for "disturbing the peace" in a city neighbourhood. This unexpectedly holds the potential of changing the life of the two police officers that take her in. This is a story of opportunities; of not judging by appearance, but reaching out to help others even when the world has turned its back against you. It is a story of finding hope in the most unexpected places. It is a story about knowing that you are never truly alone.

  5. Synergy

    Bloomsbury Theatre
    Thu, 12/03/2015 to Sat, 14/03/2015

    UCLU Dance Society present Synergy an amateur event in association with Stage Crew Society.

    UCLU Dance Society’s production of Synergy will take you on an exploration into fast paced busy city life. Hip-Hop, Contemporary, Latin, Ballet, Jazz and much more…

  6. Amadis de Gaule

    Bloomsbury Theatre
    Mon, 23/03/2015 to Sat, 28/03/2015

    UCLU Music Society presents University College Opera's amateur production of Amadis de Gaule.

    A visionary opera by Johann Christian Bach, performed in English at the Bloomsbury Theatre.

  7. We Love Immigration Benefit

    Bloomsbury Theatre
    Mon, 30/03/2015

    A month before the general election the comedy world celebrates the fantastic impact immigration has had on the British Comedy industry. All proceeds from the night go to the Migrants Rights Network, a young, dynamic national NGO working and campaigning in support of migrants in the UK.

  8. WeGotTickets Musical Comedy Awards

    Bloomsbury Theatre
    Fri, 10/04/2015

    Grand Final 2015 featuring headline sets from Cassette Boy vs DJ Rubbish, Comedyy Disco and Rachel Parris.

    Now in its seventh year, the WeGotTickets MCA has provided a launch pad to superstar acts like Frisky and Mannish (2009 Finalists), Abandoman (2010 winners) and Jay Foreman (Best Newcomer 2009 and has toured with Dave Gorman) and created a thriving independent platform to celebrate the artform that is musical comedy. Since 2009 the competition has also played host to stars of the genre such as David O'Doherty, Bo Burnham, Rubberbandits, Mitch Benn, Pippa Evans, Tom Basden, Isy Suttie, Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer and many more.

    The Final of the 2015 WeGotTickets MCA will see six finalists who have progressed through a series of heats in London battle it out at the Bloomsbury Theatre on April 10th to win the musical comedy crown of this prestigious competition. To find out more about the heats, taking place on Saturday afternoons at the Phoenix in Cavendish Square from January through to March, visit www.musicalcomedyawards.com.

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