You can see our 2020 season here.

We hold auditions at the theatre and they are open to everyone.

If you are chosen to act or as backstage crew you will need to become a member of Bromley Little Theatre before your first rehearsal.

Check back here for information about upcoming auditions as it becomes available.


Audition dates for the rest of our 2020 season are as follows:-




Andy Solts has not yet cast the role of Mel in Neil Simon’s brilliant comedy ‘The Prisoner of Second Avenue’. If you are in your 40s – early 50s and fancy a challenging leading role please contact Andy for further details. All the other roles in the play have been cast. Contact Andy here details or on 07917732136




23rd February

Hobson’s Choice @ 15:00

Written in 1915 – this is a comedy from the cobbles of Lancashire. Take one bombastic shop owner, a ‘plain’ daughter, a long suffering boot-maker, a couple more flighty daughters and their suitors and you have a recipe for a very unlikely love story as newfound fortitude deals a resolution that is Hobson’s Choice.

There will be a second audition for the classic comedy Hobson’s Choice on Sunday 23 February at 3-00 at BLT. If you attended the previous audition please come again. This is a super play so don’t miss out! 

Click here for information and audition pieces and here to contact Colleen Batson or on 07739825321

8th March

Hedda Gabler @14:30

Ibsen’s play presents an intense few hours in the life, and death, of its characters. The version being used is by Patrick Marber and was directed by Ivo van Hove at the NT in 2016. The language is natural and modern but stays close to that of the original play in translation. The Tesmans return from their honeymoon and as some of the main characters begin to be
haunted by past mistakes, the cruelty and frustration of the eponymous Hedda increases.  Cracks and fault lines begin to run through the relationships with eventually messy and fatal consequences.

See more information here


The Herd @ 16-00

Rory Kinnear’s witty and heartfelt play explores a family falling apart – and pulling together – when life doesn’t turn out quite the way they imagined.
As they await the arrival of Andy, brain-damaged and physically incapacitated from birth, from his care home for his 21st birthday party, the play reveals, with clarity and compassion, the profound emotional impact that the constant fight to look after him has taken on his nearest and dearest over the years. See here for full details of this play. Audition pieces will be published shortly.


Pending the publishing of further information about the following audition, please contact us here for further information

Things I Know to Be True @ 13-00


29th March

It’s a Wonderful Life 6.00pm

We are delighted to announce that our December 2020 production will be this most iconic of Christmas stories adapted from the Frank Capra film by Tony Palermo and directed by Pauline Armour. Please see audition details here