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Watch director Rob Widdicombe introduce ‘Girl in the Machine’. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQypX6p6DvA
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The KDA is holding another Radio Play Festival this year. We entered last year and enjoyed success with ‘The Trojan Women’. If any one fancies directing a radio play (maximum length 60 minutes) please contact Pauline Armour for details: firstname.lastname@example.org Entries must be in by 31 August and the finalised radio play must be submitted by October 31. If you are keen to lead a project of this type please consider what you might direct as performing rights will need […]
We were delighted to recieve an email from Lee Blessing, author of the above play:- Dear Nikki Packham, Many thanks for your lovely email. I’m delighted you’re doing my play in Bromley, and I’m very happy to hear you performed Dorothea. Eleemosynary is one of my favorite plays (and perhaps my most-performed here in the U.S.), but it’s rarely been done in the UK or other Commonwealth countries. I suppose it’s because spelling bees seem largely to be an American […]
Summary: outstanding – go. A world weary Russian and an idealistic and earnest American locked in nuclear weapons negotiations provided a gripping night’s entertainment. The script was clever. Nearly 2 hours of believable mind games and shadow boxing between the two protagonists as they struggle to engage with each other about the problems of negotiating nuclear weapons treaties. The general tone of the play was thoughtful and serious yet leavened by many good jokes and comedic moments. The execution of […]
The current Beckenham Rotary President, Brain Cooke, chose BLT as one of his two charities to support in his one year term of office. Dave Armour and Richard Cornwell gave a presentation to them on Thursday 26th June about BLT – our ethos, our furthering outreach initiative in the Bromley community and, importantly, our major redevelopment project. At the end of our presentation Brian presented us with a cheque for £3049.73 as their donation to BLT. We would like to take this opportunity to […]