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  1. Kalrajas Permalink
    The Bloomsbury Theatre was officially opened in as The Central Collegiate Building for University College London (UCL).The theatre is now closed for refurbishment and is due to re-open in Prior to closure, the main theatre had gained a reputation in a number of fields, from small scale opera work to innovative stand-up comedy.
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  2. Daramar Permalink
    Counting Argent drummer Jim Rodford, this reunion has as many original members of that band as of the Zombies (singer Colin Blunstone, sounding as wistful as ever, is the other Zombies returnee), which is part of why this live reunion gig at London's Bloomsbury Theatre includes so many Argent songs alongside the requisite Zombies hits.
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  3. Grozilkree Permalink
    The Bloomsbury Theatre was officially opened in as The Central Collegiate Building Auditorium, then its name quickly changed to The Collegiate Theatre. In renamed as The Bloomsbury Theatre. The theatre is owned by University College London and creates part of the university environment. The Theatre hosts student productions for
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  4. Tekree Permalink
    Bloomsbury Theatre & Studio Events 15 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0AH. Due to COVID measures there is a limited telephone service Mon-Fri pm on You can contact us by email. We are responding to messages Mon-Fri, 12 noon-5pm.
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  5. Moogunris Permalink
    The official theatrical archive of London shows since performed in all of London's commercial venues. Stay up-to-date 28 September - Bloomsbury Theatre. A host of comics come together to share novels of strangeness, accordion cover versions, comic book idiocy and some highly original stand-up. 21 January - Pleasance.
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  6. Tukree Permalink
    The Bloomsbury Theatre was designed, with apparent multifunctional zeal, by architectural practice James Cubitt & Partners in As the University of London goes, it is a fairly restrained example of brutalist design, with an arched brick and concrete facade supporting a blank, cantilevered attic storey.
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  7. Arabei Permalink
    Originally opened in , the Bloomsbury Theatre has re-opened following its extensive £12m refurbishment.. Owned and run by University College London (UCL), the theatre provides a unique resource for students to run extra-curricular student productions and it has gained a reputation in a number of fields, from student opera to innovative stand-up comedy.
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  8. Feshakar Permalink
    Jun 13,  · London’s National Theatre has launched a new digital service called the National Theatre Collection in partnership with Bloomsbury Publishing and ProQuest. The new service draws on 10 years of NT Live broadcasts, alongside high quality archive recordings never previously seen outside of the NT’s Archive.
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