UCL Urban Laboratory presents Cities Imaginaries: urban sound, performance and transnational identities.
- Bloomsbury StudioFri, 17/05/2019
- Bloomsbury StudioSat, 18/05/2019
Man & God: The Inventors of Kodachrome, Mannes and Godowsky is a musical about the birth of colour photography.
- Bloomsbury TheatreSat, 25/05/2019
The whole thing is a mess and only one person can sort it out. Sadly, we have no idea who it is.
Join Britain’s leading political comedian, Matt Forde, for his smash-hit, sell-out Edinburgh show as he waves goodbye to life as an EU citizen.
- Bloomsbury TheatreWed, 29/05/2019
Have you looked at politics and thought: What the hell is going on? Join Matt Chorley at the Bloomsbury Theatre for a hilarious evening of comedy about the implosions within Westminster.
- Bloomsbury TheatreThu, 30/05/2019 to Sat, 01/06/2019
UCL Film and TV Society presents the 11th, award-winning Festival of the Moving Image from 30th May to 1st June 2019
- Bloomsbury TheatreMon, 10/06/2019
Rachel Whiteread discusses her practice and her new sculpture commissioned by UCL with Professor Briony Fer and Professor Tamar Garb.
- Bloomsbury TheatreThu, 13/06/2019
Show And Tell, the UK’s leading producers of pioneering, cutting edge comedy bring another all-star line-up to the Bloomsbury Theatre.
Featuring The Mash Report host Nish Kumar, plus Josie Long, Lolly Adefope, Ivo Graham and more!
- Bloomsbury StudioSat, 15/06/2019
We invite you to the official launch of "My Eye Site", an innovative project funded by UK Research and Innovation, to develop novel technology to allow patients with rare inherited retinal diseases to store their own hospital eye data and take ownership of their eye condition.
- Bloomsbury TheatreSat, 15/06/2019
After a total sell-out of her Dead Baby Frog tour in 2018, Sofie returns with the show that won her the Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer award. Plus, a first chance to hear her read from her new book Happy Fat, and a Q & A.
- Bloomsbury StudioMon, 17/06/2019
Remembering Jewish Culture in Ukraine: discussion and screening of an adaptation of Franz Kafka’s In the Synagogue by Ivan Orlenko