Our head office is based in Bloomsbury which is one of the reasons we were asked to partake in this festival. Listen card’s first release is an audio postcard. A 5 minute sonic adventure through London. Look out for it at all forward thinking shops including Rough Trade East, Tate modern, The Design Museum and Bloomsbury’s very own British Museum to name a few.
Situated on the top two floors overlooking Clerkenwell the 4th floor has been hidden away on the fringes of Bloomsbury for 2 decades. With it’s own brand of hair products and a talented group of hair stylists all nurtured by Richard Stepney, it is a unique and peaceful space.
Possibly one of the smallest shops in Bloomsbury and maybe one of the most successful. This bustling coffee bar stands tall amongst London’s generation of Barista’s making some of the finest cups of coffee in London.
Set up by Arthur Potts Dawson, this co-operative venture has been set up as an alternative to the big Supermarkets. All the staff are volunteers which also means they co own the business and get a discount off their shopping bill. It’s a business about the people for the people by the people.
RADA was established in 1904 offering training for actors, directors, designers and technicians. Keeping the traditions strong and developing along with the ever changing world of technology, the Academy is a global ambassador for the traditions of theatrical knowledge.