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22 – 25 OCTOBER 2015 BLOOMSBURY FESTIVAL LONDON

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Bloomsbury Festival London
22 – 25 october 2015
Bloomsbury has long been an area associated with stories. Writers such as Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf, J. M. Barrie and Dorothy L. Sayers all lived in the surrounding streets, often using them as settings for their novels.

Established in 2006, Bloomsbury Festival is a creative explosion of performance, arts, music and heritage events held in the streets, parks, museums, galleries, laboratories and public and private buildings of one of London’s most vibrant cultural quarters.

This area has a unique blend of academic institutions, businesses, cultural organisations and diverse communities. The Festival celebrates the best of Bloomsbury and its pioneering attitude. We’re not just a showcase for the area – we act as a catalyst to bring together artists and academics, scientists and dancers, or musicians and publishers, to make new projects and to inspire and learn from each other.

Bloomsbury Festival works with many large and small partners to create and deliver the annual Festival programme. Each year, it attracts an audience of around 50,000 people.

The Festival also delivers community engagement projects which give a voice and new skills to young people, older people and disabled people. Outside of the Festival period, the festival delivers projects such as the ‘Festival in a Box’ into care homes.
Above all, the festival aims to be enlivening, engaging, entertaining, and fun!

Museum By Candlelight at Charles Dickens Museum
Symphonic Illuminations – Goodensemble at Goodenough College
Phos at Various Locations
Light Up Store Street at Store Street
Living, Thinking, Looking – An Evening with Siri Hustvedt at Mary Ward House
John Hegley – Animal Alphaboat at Grant Museum of Zoology
Nostalgia for the light at Curzon Bloomsbury
The Tempest for Children with Autism and Their Families at Bloomsbury Theatre
ENO Know The Show Workshop: The Force of Destiny at Goodenough College
26 Pairs of Eyes – a Torchlit performance at Foundling Museum
Public Address: The Soap Box Tour at Bloomsbury Theatre

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