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The inaugural London Student Drama Festival is a celebration of the creative theatrical talent hidden across London universities. The night will consist of 4 London universities (UCL, King's, SOAS, LSE) performing plays that are written, directed, produced, and acted by students at the respective universities.
The evening will be hosted by industry professionals who will attribute awards at the end of the evening. Each play will be between 30-40 minutes long. The evening hopes to provide a platform, as well as a showcase, for the wealth of theatrical and creative talent around London's students.
London's global documentary festival screens 100 inspiring films, including 30 premieres, boasts amazing psychogeography tours of London and is even projectings films outdoors onto buildings around the Bloomsbury area.
One of the leading Performing Arts Colleges in the country bring you an entertaining explosion of Musical theatre and Dance. The captivating content will cater for all tastes whilst also showcasing to you, the stars of the future.
Urdang Academy presents its Summer Show.
This production will feature a varied showcase of both musical theatre and dance performances in an exciting programme from our 1st and 2nd year students.
Tickets £25 (centre of stalls) and £22.50 (all concessions £18.50)
(booking fee £2.50 per transaction)
Age restriction: no under 4s
Hosted by Tiffany Stevenson, with a roster of comedians photographed by Ashley. Stewart Francis, Lee Mack, Glenn Wool, Roisin Conaty, Lucy Beaumont, Robin Ince, James Acaster, Lucy Porter, Jigsaw and Rich Hall. More to be confirmed.
Fundraiser for our dear friend Ashley Maile a talented music and comedy photographer who lost his battle with cancer on his 36th birthday; Proceeds will go towards funding an exhibition of his work as his last request.
Showstoppers performing arts school presents.
Celebrating ten years of Showstoppers.
A variety evening full of sensational entertainment presented by the children of Showstoppers past and present. Plus appearances from special guests and lots of surprises!
Tickets £14, concessions £11.50
Additional date added (no DVD shoot)
Rapper turned comedian Doc Brown, is back with his tongue in cheek take on hip hop culture. A regular on the London comedy circuit and appearances on 'Russell Howard's Good News', ‘The Inbetweeners’, ‘Rev’, ‘Derek’, ‘Miranda’ and ‘The Office Revisited’, Doc is a must see act.
Don't miss this treat – it's so much more than just dancing!
The National Youth Ballet Company showcases the brilliance of youth. This talented young company, who hail from all over the country, will entertain and dazzle a wide audience with their fabulous dancing, spectacular costumes, sets and professionalism.
To date Andy has done three sell-out National tours and in 2009 released his debut DVD ‘Britain’s Got Idiots’, which was followed up by ‘Gruntled’ in 2011. Andy started in TV on Spitting Image becoming one of the main writers before embarking on a stand-up career which has led to such shows as Mock The Week and Live at the Apollo. This, his fourth show, is his favourite yet – come and get your dopamine fix. Andy Parsons - coming near to a theatre near you – and then throwing his satnav out the window and phoning for directions.
Witty, acerbic, magniloquent Frenchman seeks willing, intelligent audience for fun, adventure, maybe something more. Must have own underwear, socks and breath but be prepared to have these charmed off, laughed off and taken away respectively.
Winner of the Amused Moose Laughter Award 2012 and Perth Fringeworld Best Comedy Show as seen on Russell Howard's Good News (BBC3), Live at The Electric (BBC3) and Set List (Sky Atlantic).