Venue InformationBloomsbury Theatre
Address: 15 Gordon Street , London, WC1H 0AH
Nearest Underground or Train Station: Euston (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & Fulham)
Nearest Buses: 10, 18, 24, 29, 73, 91, 168, 253
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Frequently Asked Questions
Access phone number: 020 3108 1000
Access email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessible toilets situated: Outer Foyer & Lower Foyer
Number of Wheelchair spaces: Stalls x2
Sound amplification: Sennheiser Infrared
Access from street to foyer: Stairs & lift
Access from theatre foyer to seats (number = stairs): 15 down to Lower Ground, 7 to Stalls, 28+ to Dress Circle
Level access: N/A
Stair lift, lift or ramp available: Lift from Box Office down to Studio (Upper Ground to Lower Ground)
Bloomsbury Theatre Facts
What date did the Bloomsbury Theatre open?
Who designed the Bloomsbury Theatre?
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The Bloomsbury Theatre first opened in 1968 as the rather unsexy Central Collegiate Building Auditorium, which was later renamed to the Collegiate Theatre.
Owned by University College London (UCL), the building was renamed in 1982 as The Bloomsbury Theatre.
An impressive range of performers have appeared at the theatre over the years, including UCL alumnus Ricky Gervais, singer Adele, American Jazz artist Gregory Porter, and comedians Jo Brand and Julian Clary.
In 2019, fifty years after its very first performance, this Brutalist building reopened following a major renovation to create a new main auditorium with more than 500 seats, as well as the smaller Bloomsbury Studio.
Theatre Previous Shows
Past shows that have played at the Bloomsbury Theatre include:Awful Auntie