Language Link school has relocated to Duke’s Road in the heart of Bloomsbury, central London. The area is famous for its literary connections, including Charles Dickens, W.B. Yeats and the “Bloomsbury Group”. Also, Bloomsbury Publishers – the original publishers of Harry Potter, University of London – and its colleges UCL, SOAS, Institute of Education, the British Library and British museum.
Bloomsbury is also noted for its garden squares laid out in the 17th and 18th century. The area is ideal to walk through the historic and cultural history of London, around every corner is a new discovery. Dickens used many of the street names in his books and his museum is a few streets away.
The school is in a period building designed by Cubitt and the street has a very old London atmosphere with its bow windows, gilt named businesses and swinging signs. The school of contemporary dance “The Place” is across the road, where students can use their large cafeteria at very reasonable prices.
The school is also close to three mainline and Underground stations – Euston, Kings Cross St.Pancras, and Russell Square. It is also served by 12 bus routes.