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16 Jul 2019

Don’t miss our Season Launch Night on August 31st!

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. So don’t miss out. Click here to book now

07 Jul 2019
25 Jun 2019
23 Jun 2019

Review of Bull by Mike Bartlett

Directed by Rob Widdicombe Review by Christopher Cullen If you had ever forgotten that office politics can be hell, Bull provides an excellent reminder. The action focuses on three young, highly ambitious employees jostling to keep their jobs in the knowledge that one must be made redundant. Tony, played by Dean Louis Brown, and Isobel, played by Sarah Kidney, are like animals scenting blood when faced with a weaker member of the herd in Richard Stewart’s Thomas. The two work […]

16 Jun 2019

Congratulations to Young Marx and Teechers

Young Marx have received 14 nominations for the BTG full length play festival. Click here to see the full list of nominations. Teechers and Young Marx have also received nominations in the Kent drama Festival. Click here to see the full list of nominations.      

15 Jun 2019
01 Jun 2019

Director Colleen Batson introduces ‘We Happy Few’

‘We Happy Few’ is on from 7th – 15th of June. Click here to book tickets.

19 May 2019

Review of Teechers

by Patrick Neylan English Literature               A John Godber’s script is an ingenious take on how pupils view education and how teachers see it. We saw how a moment of inspiration can turn the most disaffected children into enthusiastic pupils. The play essentially follows a new drama teacher at a mediocre comprehensive through his first year, as he tries to turn theatre into a valid, eye-opening part of the curriculum rather than a doss subject. What could have been an inconsequential […]

16 May 2019
06 May 2019

YOUNG MARX Review by Alan Nelson

Scene: A bar in a small community theatre in South East London. Two playwrights are discussing a performance of their play – a play they wrote for the opening of the Bridge Theatre in London. It is only the second staging of the play that has ever be performed, and an amateur premier. Richard Bean: How long into the play did it take you to relax? Clive Coleman: I knew they’d nailed it in the first 2 minutes And nailed […]