UCL Bloomsbury Theatre
Do you have a knack for contemporary theatre, musicals, or straight-out-of-college productions? Then UCL Bloomsbury Theatre definitely deserves a position on your bucket list. First opened as a Collegiate Theatre in 1968, UCL Bloomsbury today is a pinnacle for many student-led productions...
The premise is in the London Borough of Camden. It stands out as a great proponent of professional theatre arts and training. It is used 12 weeks a year by the UCL Bloomsbury for all sorts of theatre productions. It was named UCL Bloomsbury Theatre between 2001 to 2008.
Today, the theatre has an arena of 547 seats, with shows from all dance performances, drama, comedy, and different genres performed every day. It is accessible to all people and not just the students of UCL.
Be it a lazy workday evening or a buzzing weekend delight, UCL Bloomsbury is a one-stop solution for the theatre-lover inside you. It is indeed is an enthralling visual experience awaiting you.
Bloomsbury: Where The Contemporary Meets The ClassicsStudio
The theatre not only is a nurturing ground for student and non-student-led performing groups, but it also holds a great historical significance. ‘Bloomsbury,’ the name has a broader and much older association with performing arts and aesthetics.
Doing justice to the name, it has hosted several classic memorable gala performances, such as Liola. Moreover, the modern infrastructure and refurbishments for better audio-visual experiences have breathed new life into these performances.
For several years, the theatre has housed UCL alumnus Ricky Gervais and his stand-ups, New London Orchestra and Robin Ince to promote contemporary art. It also hosted the lecture series of Normal Housley, the popular history book “Crusader”.
The story doesn’t end here; you can also take a walk through the famous Octagon Building and the UCL Refectory. In addition, the several beautiful alleys and halls of the UCL and the UCL Union-run cafe will give you a glimpse of the amazing University experience.
Are you tempted enough? You can always get a ticket at the UCL Bloomsbury and experience it all. For grabbing a seat there, scroll down!
Enjoy The Rich History Of The Place
One of the biggest perks of visiting UCL Bloomsbury Theatre is its fantastic location. It is close to rustic bars, pathways, and arts and history museums such as UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL Art Museum, etc.
On top of it, there are so many fun UCL-owned places nearby.
So don’t miss this one-of-a-kind theatre experience. Book yourself some show tickets at the UCL Bloomsbury Theatre right away by scrolling down and clicking the “Book Now” button.