23 Mar 2018

Can you help us find a Finance Director?

We are looking for an experienced Finance Director to join our Board and play a key role in our reBuilt campaign to raise funds for redeveloping our theatre. He or she would provide expert advice to help us structure and present our financial business case to potential funding sources (e.g. lottery, arts council, corporate supporters etc.). If you think you might be able to help us, or know of someone who might, please email Dave Armour to find out more.

19 Mar 2018

latest news on our fund-raising

There’s lots of fund-raising activity going on at the moment, click here for the latest news and find out how you can get involved!

19 Mar 2018

review of proof

by Alan Nelson I fell in love with David Auburn’s play the first time I saw it. But as it ended, I turned to my then 12-year-old son and saw he had his mouth open. “Is that it?” he said. “They talk about maths for two hours and then it finishes?” So, I understand that despite its Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, a play seemingly about maths and academia with a soppy love story thrown in is not an easy […]

02 Mar 2018

review of female transport

by Patrick Neylan Like the 19th Century prison ship bound for Australia where it’s set, Steve Gooch’s Female Transport creaks and leaks a little with age. Written in 1974, it now suffers by comparison with Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Country’s Good, written a decade and a half later and covering much the same themes only with more depth. But ‘by comparison’ is the crucial phrase here. Female Transport is by no means a bad play and the audiences enjoyed the unusual […]

02 Mar 2018

pygmalion – cast announcement

Director Jane Buckland announces her cast for Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw; Henry Higgins                Chris de Pury Eliza Doolittle                 Megan McGery Captain Pickering           Drew McGurren Mrs Pearce                       Sue Williams Mr Doolittle                     Richard Gissing Freddy  Eynsford-Hill    Gavin Dyer Clara Eynsford-Hill […]

26 Feb 2018

more news on our fund-raising

There’s lots of fund-raising activity going on at the moment, click here for the latest news and find out how you can get involved!

26 Feb 2018

the sarnies – the winners

Saturday night was sarnies night at BLT and a fantastic time was had by all – click here to see who was nominated and who won!

23 Feb 2018

want to see what our new theatre will look like one day? – video now showing here!

As we continue to progress design ideas for our theatre with our specialist architects – Keith Jeremiah, our board member leading the development work has made a Before and After video which gives us a great idea of what we are working towards. It lasts just under three minutes, so click here if you’d like to see it.

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 […]