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We are delighted to publish this wonderful review – well done to the cast and crew! And while we are talking about ‘Toast’, here is an article in The Guardian about it.
Summary: outstanding – go. A world weary Russian and an idealistic and earnest American locked in nuclear weapons negotiations provided a gripping night’s entertainment. The script was clever. Nearly 2 hours of believable mind games and shadow boxing between the two protagonists as they struggle to engage with each other about the problems of negotiating nuclear weapons treaties. The general tone of the play was thoughtful and serious yet leavened by many good jokes and comedic moments. The execution of […]
On 13th February, after a hiatus of 61 years, multi-award winning actress Dame Eileen Atkins CBE DBE made a triumphant return to the BLT stage. Amazingly, she first appeared at our theatre aged 27, in a play called The Square by Marguerite Duras, which she recalled with great fondness to the sell-out audience, saying “I can honestly say that Bromley gave me my first big break”. Interviewed by our own Pat Jones, Dame Eileen delighted us all with stories from her life in theatre, film and television, from […]
We are delighted to share a wonderful review of Wind in the Willows
Handbagged by Moira Buffini. Directed by Pauline and Dan Armour Review by John Maslen My joy at breaking out of pandemic prison to see live theatre again was initially tempered by apprehension at the choice of production I had elected to see. A play featuring Margaret Thatcher! Please not another weary left wing diatribe telling us all how dreadful the era was! But of course it was nothing of the sort: – I had been vaguely aware of the piece […]