19 Feb 2017

Auditions for ‘Nell Gwynn’

Playing dates Thursday 6th – Saturday 15th July 2017; Thursday 27th – Sunday 30th July (Hever Castle) Audition date Sunday 12th March 2017 at 4pm London, 1660: King Charles II has exploded on to the scene with a love of all things loud, extravagant and sexy. And at Drury Lane, a young Nell Gwynn is causing stirrings amongst the theatregoers. Nell Gwynn charts the rise of an unlikely heroine, from her roots in Coal Yard Alley to her success as […]

19 Feb 2017

Auditions for ‘Four Nights In Knaresborough’

Playing dates Thursday 14th – Saturday 23rd September 2017 Audition date 12 March 2017 at 2pm “Historical drama for the Tarantino generation” Forget everything you think you already know about that murder of that man in that cathedral. This is what happened next.  Four men who have just made the worst career move in history. Four men on the run. Holed up in a draughty castle. For a year. What could possibly go wrong? More information and character descriptions.  

31 Jan 2017

Auditions for ‘Of Mice And Men’

Playing dates Thursday 8th June 2017 – Saturday 17th June 2017 Auditions will be held on Sunday 12 February 2017 at 12 noon. The play chronicles four days in the lives of migrant workers, George and Lennie.  Unlikely friends, they move from town to town hoping to work and save enough to own their own piece of land.  But Lennie stirs up trouble, and George must choose between his friend and his dream.  This vivid picture of the Great Depression conveys […]

31 Jan 2017

‘Into the Woods’ Review

Read the Sardines’ review of our December production here.

30 Jan 2017

The Sarnies Awards 2016

Yes, it’s almost Sarnies time again – BLT’s very own ‘Oscars’ night when we dish out awards for our favourite shows and performances from the last year! Sarnies Awards Night is always one of the highlights at BLT and this year’s ceremony will take place on Saturday 25th February 2017. Tickets are £5 each for unallocated seating in  the main auditorium. Booking by members only, with a maximum of 4 tickets per member. But we need YOU to cast your […]

20 Jan 2017

Finance Director Position

Over the next five years BLT will have to do some serious fundraising. If you know of any individuals, businesses or organisations who might be able to work with us, providing grants, expertise or free services or materials etc please get in touch. Before we even begin that process, we are anxious to appoint a finance director to the board. Ideally, this person would have a background in business and a good knowledge and interest in financial planning and business […]

15 Jan 2017

Lighting workshop

Would you like to learn how to operate stage lights? We’ll shortly be running a series of evening workshops for people who are interested. These will be hands-on sessions with small groups (max 3 people per session), lasting no more than one and a half hours. If you’d like to get involved, please contact Howard Binysh on either 0771 552 7911 or email: howardb@bromleylittletheatre.org to arrange a suitable time.

31 Dec 2016

Review of ‘Into The Woods’

By Matt Sharp It’s difficult to know where to start when constructing a review to fully appreciate the hard work, commitment and all-round amazement of over 30 members of the cast and crew in an 800-word document. In short, this performance was a stunning, well-constructed piece of Musical Theatre, which everyone involved should feel unmentionable pride in. I urge the entire company, cast and crew to know that you were phenomenal. Here at Bromley Little Theatre we are renowned for […]

01 Dec 2016

Review of ‘Foxfinder’

By Laura Ings Self In many ways Dawn King’s Foxfinder is the perfect play for the BLT bar. Set in a dystopian future, it is a dark tale filled with intrigue and the unsettling sensation that the characters are not always being completely honest. The idea of a futuristic Big Government closely monitoring its citizens feels eerily replicated by the audience in close quarters, almost breathing down the actors’ necks. In other ways, however, the play provided challenges in the […]

01 Dec 2016

Review of ‘Kindertransport’

By Arthur Rochester Since its first performance at Soho’s Cockpit Theatre in 1993 Diane Samuels’ seminal play has attained classic status and been taught as a set GCSE text. The poignant story of the escape from Nazi Germany to Britain of some ten thousand Jewish children, most of whom never saw their parents again, is given new topicality and relevance by current TV images of the plight of child refugees, emphasised during this production by thought-provoking foyer displays and a […]