In the bar21/02/2024 - 25/02/2024Award winning writer Theresa Rebeck’s mysterious and thrilling drama about the secrets we bury and a family striving to make sense of their memories of the past and of each other. Why do they hate and how can they forgive? When each possesses their own version of the truth, what is the resolution that will finally bring them peace?
In the bar02/03/2024 - 02/03/2024Come along and join us for the fantastic BLT Quiz night. This will be a fun social event, where you can pit your wits against others in a friendly battle for a prize and bragging rights! We have space for 36 people and you can create a team or join one on the night. It’s sure to be a night full of laughter - you don’t want to miss out!
Main Auditorium08/03/2024 - 16/03/2024Released in 1995, Bill Bryson's travelogue about his journeys the length and breadth of the British Isles went on to sell 2 million copies and spend three years on bestseller lists. Premiered in 2023, Tim Whitnall's adaptation takes Bryson's adventures from Calais to Scotland asking just what it is about this sceptred isle that makes Britain so great.
Main Auditorium10/03/2024 - 10/03/2024Michael Roach sings and plays guitar in an East Coast style of blues influenced by key figures including John Jackson, John Cephas and Jerry Ricks. In his workshops, Blues Weeks and a radio series, Michael brings about a greater understanding of blues music and the Black experience. Book now for a great evening of blues and banter.
Main Auditorium21/03/2024 - 23/03/2024Dive into a night of mythical tales at Bromley Little Theatre! Metamorphoses unfolds classic myths with humour and imagination, promising an evening where every story comes alive with enchanting twists and turns. This bold reinterpretation brought to the stage by our award winning youth theatre, breathes new life into Ovid's Metamorphoses.
Main Auditorium12/04/2024 - 20/04/2024Judy and Johnny Martin are the perfect ‘1950’s’ couple. Whilst her husband is at work, Judy lives her fantasy of being the dream housewife. However, this domestic bliss is not what it seems and, behind the gingham curtains, how happily married are the happily married? Laura Wade’s biting satire won the 2019 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.
In the bar24/04/2024 - 28/04/2024This emotional and absorbing play shows the lives of a mother and her two daughters as they attempt to cope with the effects of a lifetime of domestic violence. Beautifully crafted and poignant the play explores themes of love, loss, and the resilience of the human spirit. Winner of Best Play and Best Drama when it first showcased. Don’t miss!