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24 Jul 2021

More seats made available

We’ve been able to make more seats available for Mississippi MacDonald this Sunday. See here to book now.

08 Jul 2021

Festival Arts Bromley July 2021

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!

08 Jul 2021

Festival Arts Bromley July 2021

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

16 Jun 2021

Review of Handbagged

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 […]

23 May 2021

Announcing Our Autumn Season at BLT

Living Together by Alan Ayckbourn, directed by Pauline Armour. Thursday October 7 to Saturday October 16 (10 performances including Sunday 10 October) and at Hever in August Following the success of Ayckbourn’s classic comedy ‘Round and and Round the Garden’ in January 2020, we bring ‘Living Together’ to BLT – another of the plays in the award winning trilogy of ‘The Norman Conquests’. Please note: this play has already been cast – details to follow.

02 May 2021

5 Award Nominations for BLT

We are delighted that our adaptation of The Trojan Women has received 5 award nominations in the Kent Drama Association’s Radio Play Festival Best Actor – Gerald Bishop Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Bethan Boxall Best Ensemble Acting Best Technical Achievement Best Use of Music and Sound Effects Well done to all the nominees and many thanks to the Kent Drama Association for organising such a great project. Find out more – especially the names of all involved […]

30 Apr 2021

BLT re-opening on Thursday June 3rd

As long as the government continues with the current road map we are pleased and thrilled to announce that BLT will be re-opening on Thursday June 3rd. We aim to open for booking online from May 11th. However, due to the need for socially-distanced performances there will be fewer tickets than usual on sale, so please book early! We have chosen plays that can be staged in a way which maintains social distancing and use the minimum of props. Social […]

22 Apr 2021

Que Sera Sera – What Ever WILL be WILL be: BLT Does Shakespeare

Our latest show Que Sera Sera, is going live tonight, just after Midnight (as the 22nd becomes the 23rd). “Often bawdy”, is how it’s described!

19 Apr 2021

Kent Drama radio plays

here are the links to more radio plays entered for the KDA Radio drama festival. (and don’t forget BLT’s entry below) Any date in April (and probably beyond) Beckenham Theatre Group          “Monster! The B Movie So Bad They Put It On The Radio”, by Wayne Sheridan                Willington Players            “Ricochet” by Eli Ward      Willington Players            “Socrates” by Eli Ward The Lindley Players          “Aqua Tofana” by Janet Pywell Canterbury Players          “The Story of Tom Smart” adapted from Charles Dickens https://www.buzzsprout.com/899386/3014251   […]

15 Apr 2021

WILDE WILDE WOMEN: Selected scenes from the plays of Oscar Wilde

Please join us for a celebration of the writing of Oscar Wilde as twenty actors bring you a selection of scenes from four celebrated plays – ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, ‘Lady Windermere’s Fan’, ‘An Ideal Husband’ and ‘A Woman of No Importance.’ Our ‘Wilde, Wilde Women’   along with several gentlemen will delight and confound you with their views on life, love, marriage, morality, ancestry and of course fashion. We hope that nothing will cause you to ‘resist the temptation’ […]