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Category : Theatre Network

26 Jul 2017

Looking for your big break on the silver screen?

We have been asked by John Alford, a local film maker, if we could provide two actors – one male and one female around 35 years old to take part in a short film for a regional film competition. Filming will be over a weekend in September in the Bromley area. The dialogue is quite brief and concerns a relationship between the two actors over a 2 way radio when the woman is sending out an SOS message. If you’d like to get involved, […]

29 Apr 2017

A New Liaison

Booking BLT tickets at the Churchill Theatre In a great step towards community theatre co-operation, the Churchill Theatre have kindly agreed to include BLT tickets in their booking system, so from our July show – Nell Gwynn – you will be able to book your tickets at the Churchill Theatre as well as through the usual BLT options. The Churchill will add a £1.50 booking fee to each ticket, and they will only have a limited number of tickets, but […]

14 Mar 2017

‘Handbagged’ moves on to The Brookmill

  Following a sell out run at The Brockley Jack, First Knight Theatre take their four star production of Moira Buffini’s HANDBAGGED to The Upstairs Theatre @ The Brookmill pub. Presenting a fictionalised account of the regular weekly meetings of Margaret Thatcher and The Queen, this is a new venture for The Brookmill which could be the start of a new local pub theatre venue. Performances: Thursday 23 March and Friday 24 March at 7-30 Tickets: £10 from The Brookmill, […]

06 Mar 2017

‘The Children’s Hour’ at The Bob Hope Theatre

If anyone is looking for a play to see this week, check out The Children’s Hour playing at the Bob Hope Theatre in Eltham. Wednesday 8th – Saturday 11th March. The Bob Hope Actors’ Company presents The Children’s Hour – a play by Lillian Hellman, directed by Colin Hill. This fascinating and compelling piece of theatre tells the story of two women who run their own private school in America in the 1930s. They fall prey to the malicious scheming […]