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21 Feb 2018

review of bad jews

by Patrick Neylan Bad Jews is a comedy, as you’d expect from those perennial comedy tropes: death, Zionism and the Holocaust. The set-up is simple: Holocaust survivor Poppy has died, and the family has gathered for his funeral. Into a New York hotel room are squeezed prickly, zealous Diana – who prefers to go by the Hebrew variant Daphna – and her cousin Jonah. Jess Jenner’s Daphna is a whirlwind of manipulation as she bullies Jonah – played by Robert […]

05 Feb 2018

review of private lives

by richard stewart Right everyone, put down the mince pies and sherry: it’s time for a brand-new year at Bromley Little Theatre. The 2018 season has officially begun and brings with it another set of shows from your favourite North Street bakery-turned-playhouse. 2018 is looking to be a year themed on ‘family’: a casual glance down the season and nearly every play seems to be about sisters, parents, wives, husbands, relationships among friends and every other possible combination. It only […]

02 Feb 2018

latest reBuiLT fundraising news

Lots of fund-raising activity has been going on and much more is planned for this year. Click here to read more about it and get involved.

26 Jan 2018

the wicked lady – casting announcement

Director Jessica-Ann Jenner announces her cast for The Wicked Lady by Bryony Lavery; Barbara Skelton – Holly Wilson Ralph Skelton – Andre James Paulina – Niamh Clark Hogarth – John Turnbull Ned Cotterell – Raph Phillips Jerry Jackson – James Mercer Ensemble Yasmine Angeni Heather Wain Becca Riddlestone James Jaggs Giles Tebbitts Rob Widdicombe For more information about the play click here.

24 Jan 2018

fancy a chance to act at the churchill theatre studio?

James Hay, a former member of BLT, has written and is directing a one act play Fire Bird at the Churchill Theatre Studio on Saturday 21st April at 3-00 and 8-00. James needs one male and one female actor, both in their late 20s/early 30s. The female actor needs to look as if she could be a prima ballerina – although there is no dancing in the play. There is no fee but it sounds like a great opportunity and […]

24 Jan 2018

Snake in the Grass – casting announcement

Director Nikki Packham announces her cast for Snake in the Grass by Alan Ayckbourn; Annabel Chester – Debbie Hedges Miriam Chester – Heather Wain Alice Moody – Maxine Edwards For more information about the play click here.

22 Jan 2018

aviva community fund – update

As you probably know, BLT was a finalist in the Aviva Community Fund competition. Unfortunately we didn’t win the £25,000 prize, which would have helped enormously towards fixing our leaky roof. But we were awarded a consolation payment of £500 so we didn’t come away empty handed – every little helps as Tesco says (other supermarket brands are available)! We polled very well, but not quite enough to get us over the line ahead of the field, so many thanks […]

22 Jan 2018

rabbit hole – casting announcement

Director Andy Solts announces his cast for Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay – Abaire; Becca – Alison Green Izzy – Jaimi Keemer Howie – James Mercer Nat – Tricia Osborne-King Jason – Joshua Williams-Ward   For more information about the play click here

12 Jan 2018

vote in this year’s sarnies

If you are a member of BLT and would like to vote for your favourite show, director, actor, actress or any of our fantastic backstage crew, click here to find out how. Any forms received after 17th February will not be counted, so don’t delay, vote today!    

03 Jan 2018

Correction – times for our volunteers’ party on 3rd February

In our New Year’s BLTin we said that the party for our hardworking volunteers on Saturday 3rd February would be between 2.00 and 5.00pm. It’s actually going to be from 7.00 to 10.00 – sorry about that and hope our mistake hasn’t caused too much confusion! But, as Hilary Cordery has said, if you have sold a ticket, poured a glass of wine, opened the doors to the auditorium or volunteered in any other way for BLT over the last […]