Seven is inspired by a gig Tiff did in David Lynch's nightclub in Paris last year, just one month before the Bataclan attacks. Tiff explores our need to make huge worldwide impactful events about us, delving into morality, modernity, vanity, mental health, film reboots & clouds.
- Bloomsbury StudioFri, 24/02/2017 to Sat, 25/02/2017
- Bloomsbury StudioThu, 02/03/2017
UCLU Heads Up have been focusing on destigmatising mental health on campus through the ‘Heads Up, Speak Out’ campaign and this open mic hour offers you the chance to come along and take to the stage to speak, rap, sing about mental health or through any other creative form.
- Bloomsbury StudioFri, 03/03/2017 to Sat, 04/03/2017
It's been a morbid time for "the country's leading musical satirist" (The Times); he's turned 46 - over the hill by anyone's standards - his personal life is in turmoil, and his childhood heroes are dropping like flies.
- Bloomsbury StudioTue, 07/03/2017 to Fri, 10/03/2017
7th March: Ed Gamble, Katie Mulgrew
9th March: Adam Hess, Rob Auton, Rose Matafeo
10th March: Gareth Richards, Bilal Zafar
- Bloomsbury StudioWed, 08/03/2017
In the Round, to celebrate International Women’s Day. with Edwina Hayes, Polly Paulusma and Joan Coffey .
- Bloomsbury StudioMon, 13/03/2017
From NASA to the Knowledge Quarter and the lab to the library, gender diversity has led to the most exciting creative explosions throughout history. Join us to celebrate and explore ideas of gender across science and the arts with Lilian Hunt from Francis Crick institute, Researcher Corinne J.N.
- Bloomsbury StudioFri, 17/03/2017 to Sat, 18/03/2017
UCLU Singapore Society presents an adaptation of Cooling-Off Day, a play by Singaporean playwright Alfian Sa’at which looks at the 24-hour period of election silence introduced by the Singapore government in 2011.
- Bloomsbury StudioTue, 28/03/2017
The UCL Hebrew and Jewish Studies Department presents a student/staff production of Ram and Jael, the first Hebrew version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.