Auditions for our upcoming shows are held at the theatre. They are open to all but if you are chosen to act or work as backstage crew you will need to become an Associate Member of Bromley Little Theatre before your first rehearsal. Members of casts are also expected to help run the theatre when they are not performing – for example by helping to run the bar or constructing sets.

Summary of BLT auditions

The Herd

By Rory Kinnear

Directed by Michael Darbon

Playing dates

Thursday 13th October 2022 to Saturday 22nd October (not Sunday 16th October) (inc Charity night on 13th October)

Auditions (one role male mid 30’s and one female role still to be cast)

2:00 on Sunday 13 February at BLT

This is the first play by the multi-talented actor Rory Kinnear. A family get together – a 21st birthday, three generations, two surprise guests and one unexpected evening. A witty and heartfelt look at family life when it doesn’t turn out quite the way you imagined.

Contact Mike Darbon

Blue Remembered Hills

By Denis Potter

Directed by Emma Christmas

Playing dates

Thursday 10th November to Saturday 19th November (not Sunday 13th November) (inc Charity night on 10th November)



This deceptively simple tale relates the activities of seven English children played by adults on a summer afternoon during World War II. In woods, a field and a barn, they play, fight, fantasize and swagger. Their aggressions, fears, hostilities and rivalries are a microcosm of adult interaction. Funny, poignant, truthful and ultimately chilling – not to be missed.

The Body of an American

By Dan O’Brien

Directed by Matt Platt

Playing dates

Wednesday 23rd November to Sunday 27th November



Inspired by the experiences of war photographer Paul Watson this story of hauntings is brilliantly crafted and played to great acclaim in London in 2014. Dramatic, chilling and deeply moving a strong piece of contemporary theatre.

Nigel Slater’s Toast

By Henry Filloux-Bennett

Directed by Roxana Graves

Playing dates

Thursday 8th December to Saturday 17th December (not Sunday 11th November) (inc Charity night on 8th December)



‘Toast’ vividly recreates Nigel Slater’s childhood from making the perfect sherry trifle, through the playground politics of sweets, the rigid rules of restaurant dining, and a domestic war over cakes, this is a moving and evocative tale of love, loss and ……food. Perfect for Christmas, heart-warming, fun theatre plus some yummy treats!!!