Events
Bloomsbury Festival presents a trailblazing programme of science, literature, performance, music, and discussion, shining a light on the radical imaginations, institutions and 11,000 residents of contemporary Bloomsbury.
Neighbourhood
Date
17 Oct 2018 - 21 Oct 2018
Jazz in the House returns for a new season of informal evening concerts this Autumn, with big names playing alongside Lauderdale favourites. Expect modern, world-class jazz in a beautiful historic setting.
Neighbourhood
Date
18 Oct 2018
Event time
8.00 to 10.30pm
Cost
£11.00
Standard (£9.00 concs.)
The Keats House Poets Laila Sumpton and Stephanie Turner, with Tanya D’Souza, a multi-instrumentalist and percussionist specialising in West African Rhythms, present a very special Black History Month event at Keats House.
Neighbourhood
Date
18 Oct 2018
Event time
6.30 – 9.30pm
Part of The Wiener Library’s Shattered: Pogrom, November 1938 exhibition series. This event is being held in conjunction with the Bloomsbury Festival.
Neighbourhood
Date
18 Oct 2018
Event time
6:30pm - 8:00pm
A life drawing class with a twist.

Neighbourhood
Date
18 Oct 2018
Event time
1-2pm
From teenage street busking to albums recorded in Nashville and Memphis, singer and poet Carol Grimes is a truly unique presence on the British scene. She performs Roots Blues and Songs for Lovers alongside a group of talented musicians.
Neighbourhood
Date
18 Oct 2018
Event time
8.30pm - 10.30pm
Cost
£12.00
Standard £10.00 concs. £7.00 students
Blair Dunlop, the award-winning British singer, songwriter and guitarist, has now released 3 albums 2 ep’s and toured widely around the globe.
Neighbourhood
Date
18 Oct 2018
Event time
7.30–9.30pm
Cost
£15.00
Standard
£10.00
Under 26s
Camden Black Worker's group in partnership with Camden Council
Neighbourhood
Date
19 Oct 2018
Event time
from 4pm
Come join us to Dance the afternoon away!
Neighbourhood
Date
19 Oct 2018
Event time
12.30pm - 4pm