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.
- Bloomsbury TheatreMon, 30/03/2015
- Bloomsbury TheatreTue, 31/03/2015 to Wed, 01/04/2015
Constella Ballet & Orchestra and Helios Collective come together to form a travelling troupe of modern day bohemians, presenting an evening fusing opera, ballet and theatre.
- Bloomsbury TheatreFri, 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.
- Bloomsbury StudioSat, 11/04/2015
Temporarily off sale.
In this entertaining show, Tony combines storytelling, stand up, musical comedy and film clips to create 2 hours of fun. Amongst other things Tony will recount the amusing and sometimes fraught story of how he went from being ‘Comedian and author’ to ‘Comedian, author and film-maker’. His hilarious tales of how he became an independent film maker - producing both Round Ireland With A Fridge’ and ‘Playing The Moldovans At Tennis’- will be peppered with the wry observations that have made him such a hit on Radio 4’s Just A Minute and I'm Sorry I Haven’t A Clue and QI.
- Bloomsbury TheatreSun, 12/04/2015
Charity Concert starring the talents from both stage & screen, all in memory of Jean Hanlon/Porter to help raise money for her fight for justice and to raise awareness of people who have lost loved ones abroad.
- Bloomsbury TheatreThu, 16/04/2015 to Sat, 18/04/2015
The Lie-In King is back!
Seann Walsh has managed to search deep inside himself to find the inner strength to get out of bed and all the way into his support act's car, parked just outside his flat JUST FOR YOU. Before you commend him too much for this act of heroism, be aware he will sleep in the car.
- Bloomsbury TheatreFri, 17/04/2015
The Line-Up for this fantastic fundraiser so far includes: Tim Key (Edinburgh Comedy Award winner 2009, Alan Partridge: Alpha Pap, I Give It A Year, Never mind The Buzzcocks, Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe) /Aisling Bea (winner of British Comedy Award for Best Female TV Comic 2014, Live at the Apollo, 8 out of 10 Cats, BBC 3’s Vodka Diaries), Mike Wozniak (star of Channel 4’s Man Down, Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award 2013 nominee), and the night will be compared by the lovely Mae Martin (Canadian Comedy Award nominee).
- Bloomsbury TheatreWed, 22/04/2015
On sale Monday 16th March at 10am.
Passionate about science? Engineering? Technology? Mathematics? Then FameLab is for you! The world's largest science communication competition, is back and delivering science in style!
- Bloomsbury TheatreThu, 23/04/2015
Due to popular demand, last year’s sell-out event (TimeOut’s Top 10 Comedy List for Feb 2014) Royal Comedy returns to the Bloomsbury Theatre.
Book a ticket quick to see British Comedy Award winner Aisling Bea, Peep Show star Isy Suttie, Superbob hero Brett Goldstein, XFM stud John Robins, Lou Sanders from Russell Howard’s show and Grainne Maguire of Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Show. Plus a very special surprise guest. All Mc'd by Mae Martin (Russell Howard's Good News)
- Bloomsbury TheatreFri, 24/04/2015
Returning from his critically acclaimed, sell-out Edinburgh 2014 show, Andrew Lawrence, heads back onto the road with Reasons To Kill Yourself.
He’s been on BBC1’s Live at the Apollo and BBC3’s Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live a regular on Channel 4’s Stand-Up For The Week. He’s had three series of his own show on BBC Radio 4. He’s a double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee. Yet none of that rubbish has brought him any joy. Come and laugh in his stupid face at his disappointing life and some amusing thoughts he’s cobbled together about how awful the world is.