Monthly Archives: March 2014

March 25th gig – Line up announced!

National Trust LogoOur exciting collaboration with The National Trust is only 2 weeks away and we can announce the line up of cultural commentators and historical… er… h-experts?

Taking to the stage at Sutton House will be:

From UCL:
Kalliopi Fouseki – shares how to be sustainable with our hertiage
Misha Ewen – goes exploring with early modern travellers
Sabina Andron – gets to grips with the graffiti in Sutton House

From the National Trust:
Geri Silverstone – External Affairs Consultant for the National Trust
Nick Allison – Parks and Garden Manager at Morden Hall
Gareth Vorley – Digital Projects Co-ordinator and volunteer

And to keep them all in check will be comedian and Ripperologist* Andrew O’Neill.

Tickets are on sale RIGHT NOW for £8.
Tickets: http://goo.gl/zP3N92

Doors open at 7pm, event starts at 8pm. The House will be open for wandering in the between time.

Sutton House is a short walk from Hackney Central Station. More ways to get there on their website.

*Ripperology is the entusiastic study of the Serial Killer Jack the Ripper

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April 29th – Bright Club: Change at the Bloomsbury Theatre FIVE YEAR ANNIVERSARY GIG!

Bright Club is back at our spiritual home, the Bloomsbury Theatre to celebrate our fifth anniversary (FIVE YEARS!).

A lot can happen in 5 years, so with 10 of the best Bright Club performers from UCL and supported by 3 incredibly brilliant comedians, we will be talking all things change.

Our amazing compere will be the ever hilarious David Morgan, with Suzi Ruffell and another comedian headliner to be announced!

UCL line up includes:

Tristan Smith – shipping expert

Anne Welsh – uncovers secrets in your library

Jack Stilgoe – talks science policy

Steve Cross – Bright Club founder and most prolific performer

Sarah Dhanjal – shares her love of digging

Matt Winning – makes fun of the economy

Sophie Meekings – enjoys the weird things we do with our voices

Tom Stern – is playful with philosophy

Titus Hjelm – takes vampires seriously

Debbie Challis – digs the dirt on archaeologists

Tickets are on sale now from the Bloomsbury Theatre website for only £8.

http://www.thebloomsbury.com/event/run/076A