We are delighted to announce the full 2019 Bloomsbury Festival programme. On 20 July 1969 a lone figure made a muffled pronouncement “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”, but behind the lunar landing were more than 400,000
We are pleased to announce that Slade School of Art student, Louis Bennett has won the 2019 Bloomsbury Festival Art Competition, supported Boodle Hatfield LLP. The judging panel, which is hosted by Bloomsbury Festival’s patron, Her Grace the Duchess of
Funded by Arts Council England, One Square Mile is a two-year project through which we want to connect superb artists with culturally disenfranchised residents and academic specialists to make compelling, highly visible Festival projects that respond to the Festival’s 2019
Inspired by the 50th Anniversary of the moon landing, the 2019 Bloomsbury Festival takes the theme of Small Steps and Giant Leaps.On 20 July 1969 a lone figure made a muffled pronouncement “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”.
St Giles London Hotel and Bloomsbury Festival are pleased to announce the launch of a monthly music series, featuring live performances from local artists in the Guest Lounge at St Giles. Held on the second Wednesday of each month, the
THE COMPETITION A competition, for students in Fine Art, to create an artwork based on this year’s Bloomsbury Festival theme, Small Steps and Giant Leaps, as part of the Festival’s New Wave programme. The winning artwork will be selected by a panel of experts and influential partners
The 2019 Bloomsbury Festival has a whole host of public engagement opportunities for academics. Offering the chance to reach and interact with new audiences, as part of an exciting and inspiring world-class festival, whilst meeting public engagement and outreach targets.
Professor Maurice Biriotti joins Bloomsbury Festival’s Board of Trustees. Biriotti is the Chief Executive of SHM and a Trustee of the SHM Foundation. SHM grew out of the insight that human motivation is at the root of all business success