“Let me say at this outset how very proud and privileged I feel to be involved in such a distinguished organisation, rich in both past accomplishments, present achievements, and future promise, and what a pleasure it is to keep in touch. The BLT certainly marked my life in a profoundly positive way. Its stairway led to an eclectic theatrical heaven. I encountered a whole new group of colleagues, including the legendary Betty Pinchard, who ran the theatre with her husband, […]
Book now for Alys Always, our November show and It’s a Wonderful Life, our Christmas show. Don’t miss them!
BLT is delighted to host One Night with Marilyn on 25th September Unknown to her many millions of fans in February 1961 Marilyn Monroe was sectioned by her psychiatrist Dr. Marianne Kris to the Payne Whitney Clinic, the psychiatric division of Cornell University New York. Marilyn was under the impression she was being sent for some rest and recuperation by her trusted doctor. Marilyn was exhausted after the stressful filming schedule of ‘The Misfits’, its lukewarm reception and her fresh […]
Breaking the Code is back having been postponed from 2020. Some parts need to be cast. See here for details.
We’ve been able to make more seats available for Mississippi MacDonald this Sunday. See here to book now.
THE UKADELIXFive fabulous ukulele ladies in lovely harmony!Comealong and singalong and dancealong and smilealong…Outside H&M Bromley Town Centre Sat 24th July at 2.00pm and at 3.30pm. Free – just come along!
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAMThis exciting open-air production, presented by BCAT, breathes new life into one of the world’s best-loved comedies. Bringing together talent from across the borough and staged in beautiful surroundings, come and enjoy an evening of truly magical theatre. Doors open at 6.30pm – bring a picnic! Cash bar (NB: Cash only). Tue 20th-Sat 24th July at 7.30pm.The Amphitheatre, Church House Gardens, off Bromley High Street behind Churchill TheatreTickets £10 (children £5) from www.BCATheatre.com
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 […]
The Geoffrey Whitworth Theatre is planning a new season of plays. See here for all the details, including auditions.