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Local Attractions

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The New Diorama Theatre
15-16 Triton Street, Regents Place, Fitzrovia, London NW1
6 minutes walk from North Gower Street

80 seat theatre based just off Regent’s Park in the heart of central London. Unique in the capital for our development and support of emerging and established theatre companies, in our first two years we welcomed close to 30,000 audience members to theatre productions, readings and other events.

Bloomsbury Theatre
15 Gordon Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1H
4 minutes walk from North Gower Street

A spacious and welcoming theatre close to London's West End with just under 550 comfortable seats, each with plenty of room to stretch your legs and no pillars to block your view!
From music to comedy, dance to drama, and corporate conferences to film presentations. The diversity of this programme enables the theatre to be your local theatre in London's Global University. You will never find an ordinary production here - only the new and the innovative!

Open Air Theatre – Regent Park
Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London NW1 4NR
12 minutes walk from North Gower Street

Its steeply raked auditorium is one of the largest in London with 1,250 seats, yet those who attend say it is one of the most intimate.
Each night an incomparable atmosphere is created by the buzz of people enjoying their theatregoing in every sense: friends setting up hampers on the picnic lawn, filling their glasses with wine or drinking Pimms in the bar as the fairy lights twinkle in the trees.

The Horse Hospital
30 Colonnade, Bloomsbury, London WC1N
12 minutes walk from North Gower Street

Modern arts venue situated in the heart of historic Bloomsbury, at the corner of Herbrand Street and Colonnade – a working mews immediately behind the famous Hotel Russell, midway between London’s West End and Spitalfields arts district and built originally in 1797 by James Burton, the building may have been redeveloped sometime after 1860.

King's Cross Theatre
Corner Of King's Boulevard And Goods Way, N1C
13 minutes walk from North Gower Street

Set in a brand new, purpose built 1,000 seat venue, this breathtaking show features a stage built around a real train track, and a beautiful 60 tonne vintage locomotive that steams into the theatre to delight all ages. A truly unique theatrical experience, The Railway Children returns to London after.


Regent's Place Plaza
350 Euston Road, Fitzrovia, London NW1 3AX
5 minutes walk from North Gower Street

Regent’s Place is a 13 acre, fully managed mixed use campus in London’s West End that is currently occupied by nearly 16,000 workers and residents.
At the heart of Regent’s Place is the Plaza, a place where occupiers meet, eat, drink and spend time. Throughout Regent’s Place open spaces and buildings are enhanced by numerous public art installations, from both internationally recognised names as well as young breakthrough artists commissioned by British Land.
The dedicated on-site Regent’s Place management team devise and manage an annual events programme, involving summer events during lunchtimes, charity events, farmers markets and other quirky events.

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St Pancras Church
Euston Road, Bloomsbury, London NW1
6 minutes walk from North Gower Street

For nearly 200 years St Pancras Church on the Euston Road has gathered people together to worship God, to learn more about the Christian faith, and to serve the local community. Come and be part of its continuing story.

British Library
96 Euston Road, King's Cross, London NW1
9 minutes walk from North Gower Street

With over 150 million items, a copy of every publication produced in the UK and Ireland, artwork by artists such as Antony Gormley and Eduardo Paolozzi, and a host of historically momentous works - including the Magna Carta, the Gutenberg Bible, Shakespeare's First Folio and the Lindisfarne Gospels - a guided tour around the British Library is the best way to take it all in.

The Foundling Museum
40 Brunswick Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1N
13 minutes walk from North Gower Street

One of London's real hidden treasures. Originally established in 1739 as a hospital which looked after abandoned children, the museum now tells their story. Using oral testimony, original artefacts and photographs, their history is explored and compared to the lives of contemporary children. In addition, the museum displays works by the many artists who became governors of the hospital, including William Hogarth and Handel. It's all housed in interiors preserved from the 18th century.
There are very few museums in London that offer such a fascinating history. Each month the museum hosts a variety of afternoon concerts in the Picture Gallery which are free with museum admission.

British Museum
Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B
14 minutes walk from North Gower Street

The British Museum holds in trust for the nation and the world a collection of art and antiquities from ancient and living cultures.
Housed in one of Britain's architectural landmarks, the collection is one of the finest in existence, spanning two million years of human history. Access to the collection is free.

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