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  1. Parade

    Thu, 27/11/2014 to Sat, 29/11/2014

    UCLU Musical Theatre Society present an amateur production of Jason Robert Brown’s iconic musical Parade, in association with UCLU Stage Crew Society.

    “Evermore lives the dream of Atlanta, evermore her eternal pride ..."

    Parade tells the gripping true story of Leo Frank, a Brooklyn born Jew living in Atlanta, Georgia in 1913. Accused of the murder of Mary Phagan, a young girl working in his factory, the show follows “the trial of the century” as the audience hears the haunting accounts and is left to make their own verdict. Already guilty in the eyes of those around him, a sensationalist journalist and an untrustworthy caretaker seal Leo’s fate.

  2. John Shuttleworth in 'A Wee Ken To Remember'

    Mon, 01/12/2014 to Tue, 02/12/2014

    Seating nearly sold out. Standing now available at £12.

    Versatile singer/organist, John Shuttleworth, has a dilemma: he wanted to tell the audience all about his most memorable weekends in his exciting new show - A Weekend to Remember. But next-door neighbour and sole agent, Ken Worthington has thwarted John's plans, by cocking up the artwork of the show's poster. "Weekend" has become "Wee Ken" and there's nothing John can do about it. He is now duty-bound to steer the evening towards a celebration of the diminutive impresario's life in "A WEE KEN to Remember".

  3. The Nutcracker

    Fri, 05/12/2014 to Sun, 07/12/2014

    A stunning ballet, performed by 120 talented children from the West London School of Dance. This traditional tale portrays the magic of Christmas through the eyes of a child, to the much-loved music of Tchaikovsky. Perfect family entertainment.

  4. Peter Pan

    Thu, 11/12/2014 to Sun, 14/12/2014

    This December, Peter Pan is coming home to Bloomsbury in a new breathtaking amateur production of Sir James Barrie's timeless tale of the boy who never grew up.

    Join Peter, Wendy, John and Michael at the Bloomsbury Theatre this Christmas for a spectacular high-flying adventure to the magical world of Neverland and sail with Tinkerbell through the skies over London in this stunning musical interpretation by Stiles & Drewe and the late Willis Hall.

  5. The Santa Claus Science Experiment

    Mon, 15/12/2014 to Sun, 21/12/2014

    Lapland is the home of Christmas, and laps. (And lapdogs and laptops.) After the chaos caused by a mistimed Elf & Safety inspection, more mild peril looms when Santa is arrested because his naughty/nice sensing powers are considered a threat to national security. How can Christmas happen without magic? Can Santa's elves and some genuine actual scientists save the day using SCIENCE?

    Written by Howard Read (CBBC's Little Howard's Big Question) and Tiernan Douieb (Comedy Club 4 Kids), directed by Jon Spooner (CBeebies Panto, Unlimited Theatre) the Santa Claus Science Experiment is an alternative panto that puts the Science back into Christmas (so it says "Chrisciencemas" and no longer makes sense). Co-starring comedy elves including Rich Sandling, Jo Neary, Bec Hill and Little Howard, this show is for 6-99 year olds who like science, jokes and Christmas. Which is pretty much everyone!

  6. Sex Appeal IV

    Sat, 10/01/2015

    Back by popular demand, the Sex Appeal Comedy IV is back for its fourth year!

    Hosted by the famous Pub Landlord, Al Murray - it’s here again to combat your January blues! Al is joined by a star-studded cast of his comedic friends to tickle your fancy and warm your hearts in the cold month of January, whilst raising laughs for Brook , the young people's charity. Don’t miss this annual extravaganza.

  7. Festival Of The Spoken Nerd: Full Frontal Nerdity DVD Recording

    Fri, 16/01/2015 to Sat, 17/01/2015

    The sell-out science comedy phenomenon is back! Stand-up mathematician Matt Parker, experiments maestro Steve Mould and geek songstress Helen Arney return to the Bloomsbury Theatre.

    This is your final chance to see Festival of the Spoken Nerd’s hugely successful “Full Frontal Nerdity” show in all its fire-tornado-filled glory. Since last year’s sell-out nights at the Bloomsbury, Helen has smashed 21 wine glasses with the power of her voice, Matt has decoded 37 binary scarves, and Steve has sent 1,382,000 metal beads flying into the air, all for science... Apparently.

  8. Girls Night Out

    Mon, 19/01/2015

    Presented by Stonewall.

    Jen Brister and a glorious gaggle of the finest and funniest female talent team up to bring you another fantastic night of comedy to support Stonewall.

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