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16 Sep 2019

see what our audiences are saying about goodnight mr tom

Well, this show may have sold out every night of the run, but if you click the link below you’ll see how much audiences are loving it…..so book early for the next one, or email us here to see whether there are any returns.

10 Sep 2019

Discovery Day @ Bromley Little Theatre – Saturday 21st September 2:30-5pm

Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes to make our theatre tick? On the 21st September, we’re holding a Bromley Little Theatre Discovery Day to give you the opportunity to come along and find out how our theatre operates. Take a backstage tour to see the dressing rooms, props stores, sound and lighting desks and more. You’ll hear about what’s on in our 2020 season and find out more about our exciting plans for redeveloping the theatre. No need […]

05 Sep 2019

on the verge, or the geography of yearning – postponement

We have had to postpone the production of this play until January 2020. New dates for the show will be advised soon. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and full refunds are available for anyone who has bought a ticket. . Click here if you need to get in touch.

02 Sep 2019
01 Sep 2019

our 2020 season has launched!

Yes, the secret’s out – our exciting and eclectic 2020 season has been published. See it here

29 Aug 2019

2020 Season Launch

Want a sneak preview of what’s coming up at BLT in 2020? We’ll be lifting the curtain on next year’s programme at our special Season Launch Night at 7.45pm on Saturday August 31st. Come along and hear next year’s directors introduce their shows. It’s always a great evening and tickets are FREE for members, but they get snapped up really quickly. Don’t miss out, book yours now!

09 Aug 2019

Review of Hard Times

Hard Times By Charles Dickens, adapted by Stephen Jeffreys Review by Patrick Neylan Not all BLT members regard the annual Youth Group show as a ‘proper’ BLT production. This is a shame, as it’s a chance to see some of the talent that could be driving our theatre in the years to come. Directors often fret about the availability of younger actors, yet some of them ignore the talent pool lurking right under their noses. As with last year’s show, […]

09 Aug 2019

Review of She Stoops to Conquer

“There was a time, indeed, I fretted myself about the mistakes of government, like other people; but finding myself every day grow more angry, and the government growing no better, I left it to mend itself.” So speaks Mr Hardcastle in Oliver Goldmith’s 1773 comedy, She Stoops to Conquer. Hardcastle’s apathy is understandable, given the restricted and corrupt nature of the franchise before the Great Reform Act of 1832. The line drew a rueful laugh from Bromley Little Theatre’s 21st […]

02 Aug 2019

review of loot…..

….by Joe Orton and directed by Stevie Hughes Review by Patrick Neylan BLT shouldn’t be putting on disgusting plays like this. It’s disgraceful and offensive. If I wasn’t supporting a friend in the cast, I would have left during the interval. Not my words, but those of a stalwart member of BLT who has been a supporter of this theatre for much longer than I have. So – when there is an unwritten rule that reviews should massage the egos of […]

02 Aug 2019

review of we happy few…

…by Imogen Stubbs and directed by Colleen Batson Review by Peter Yolland This play was originally performed in 2003 at Malvern Theatre and then opened in London in June 2004. The London premiere was directed by Stubbs’ husband Trevor Nunn.However, audiences were poor and reviews critical or lukewarm, and it closed at the end of July. The title is taken from the patriotic invocation of Henry V, and Stubbs’ play revolves around a troupe of female players who travel the country during […]