The five-day celebration of the area’s genuinely pioneering creativity is back. Founded in 2006, the annual Festival looks to shine a light on the radical imaginations, iconic institutions and 11,000 residents that shape contemporary Bloomsbury.
As usual, the programme’s bursting with all things arts, science, literature, performance and discussion. Events will take place across the area – from major institutions like Pushkin House and University College London to quirky spaces and family favourites like Coram’s Fields.
Meanwhile, streets, parks, museums, galleries, laboratories and private buildings will be filled with inquisitive folks making their way through the week’s whopping 130 scheduled events. Phew.