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Kings Place, Bloomsbury

Kings Place, Bloomsbury prides itself on delivering adventurous and cutting edge acts. Describing themselves as “the cultural pulse of King’s Cross”, the theatre has long-established roots within the local community. This means Kings Place is a vibrant, creative space for artists to explore, imagine and express their creative spirit – and offer audiences some unforgettable experiences along the way.

Here are some frequently asked questions about Kings Place, Bloomsbury.

What’s it all about?

Kings Place is a melting pot of exciting artistic culture. It’s where homegrown musicians, artists, local community groups and many more gather to create, learn and entertain. Many local community groups, such as the Aurora Orchestera,  even use Kings Place as their headquarters, thanks to well-established partnerships. As a busy hub of creative activity with these long-standing partnerships, Kings Place can truly consider itself at the cultural heart of Kings Cross.

What can I expect to see?

As a driver of grassroots talent, you can expect to see some truly unique and bold new performances. Kings Place runs a series of festivals throughout the year, dedicated to different music genres. Voices Unwrapped, their 14th in the series, features a wide range of singing talent; from solo artists and vocal ensembles to large choruses.

Exploring cross-currents in sound and style through stunning visual performances, the Luminate festival shines a light on new and uncharted musical expressions.

Where is the the Kings Place located?

90 York Way, London N1 9AG

We’ve included a Google Maps route to help guide you there. 

How do I get there from the Crescent Hotel?

It’s a 15-minute walk from the hotel to King’s Place. 

As you head out the hotel, turn left and head across Cartwright Gardens. Take another left onto Mabledon Place and walk straight to Euston Road. Head right for approximately 7 minutes taking a left as you pass King’s Cross St Pancras Underground and onto York Way. Head up York Way for another 7 minutes and on your left you should see King’s Way.