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  1. All in One

    Bloomsbury Studio
    Thu, 27/10/2016 to Sat, 29/10/2016

    As part of the Garage Season in the Bloomsbury Studio, Drama Society & UCLU Stage Crew present an amateur production of All In One.

  2. Dostoevsky Day

    Bloomsbury Studio
    Fri, 11/11/2016

    To mark the 150th anniversary of the novel Crime and Punishment, the Inaugural Dostoevsky Day UK is dedicated to UCL-SSEES colleagues and late friends: Professor Emeritus Isabel de Madariaga and the Poet Cameron Bain.

  3. The Drowsy Chaperone

    Bloomsbury Studio
    Wed, 16/11/2016 to Sat, 19/11/2016

    Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Book and Best Original Score, this show is a lovingly comedic parody of the frivolously inconsequential stage musicals of the Jazz Age. A fan known only as Man in Chair invites you on his nostalgic journey back to his all-time favourite show The Drowsy Chaperone. Hailed by New York Magazine as "The Perfect Broadway Musical," The Drowsy Chaperone is a masterful meta-musical, poking fun at all the tropes that characterise the musical theatre genre, providing something for all audiences (especially those who claim not to be musical theatre fans…).

  4. Bang Said the Gun

    Bloomsbury Studio
    Thu, 24/11/2016

    Bang Said The Gun is poetry for people who don’t like poetry.

    Voted the best poetry night in the UK by the Times, Bang Said The Gun has made poetry cool again.

    With guests Molly Naylor & Paul Cree.

  5. Mimi and the Mountain Dragon

    Bloomsbury Studio
    Tue, 13/12/2016 to Sat, 31/12/2016

    This winter join Skewbald Theatre for a festive story packed full of adventure, snow and dragons! With lively songs, magical puppets and plenty of audience interaction.

    Round a campfire sit two storytellers with a thrilling tale to tell, that of Mimi and her Dragon........

  6. Laugh Till It Hurts

    Bloomsbury Studio
    Wed, 14/12/2016

    JoJo Smith (MC) "JoJo Smith is a rollicking good stand-up, but she is also so blue she makes Jo Brand look like one of the nuns in The Sound of Music" The Independent.

    Scott Capurro "Capurro’s mission is to make everyone nervous, regardless of their faith or colour. It goes without saying that you should avoid this show if you are easily offended. But he is addressing important issues in his own reckless and courageous way" ★★★★ Times.

    Tom Deacon "With looks, confidence, charm and great material expect the other comics to lynch him" The Sunday Times.