20 Jan 2020

girl in the machine – cast announced

Director Rob Widdicombe is delighted to announce the cast for Girl in the Machine, our April Bar show; Owen: Alex MarshallPolly: Harleen GroverVoice: Evie Carter Read about the show here.

18 Jan 2020

BLT Discovery Day – 8th February

It’s our Discovery Day at Bromley Little Theatre on Saturday 8th February between 10am-1pm. So, if you; come to our shows and wonder what goes on behind the scenes  act or help at our theatre and want to know more have friends who might be interested ………come and find out more about the theatre, its history and buildings – who knows, perhaps our resident ghost will make an uncredited appearance! Have a cuppa and slice of cake on us and enjoy […]

20 Dec 2019

Review of ‘A Christmas Carol’

Review by Clive Lees. With a plot that wasn’t going to surprise anyone, this play hung upon what the cast and crew could make of this traditional story. In my view, they certainly did not disappoint. The show surpassed the achievements of the Christmas shows of the last few years. Yet this original adaptation, in the sense of the script, did have a few, and welcome, surprises which included making explicit references to the 1843 Second Report of the Children’s […]

28 Nov 2019

the lion in winter – cast announced

Have you been waiting to find out the cast for The Lion in Winter our February main house show? Wait no longer….click here to see it and here to buy your tickets.

25 Nov 2019

pauline armour & howie ripley introduce a christmas carol

Click the picture below to see pauline and howie talking about our December show – A Christmas Carol….then click here to buy your tickets, but you’d better hurry because we’re almost sold out!

25 Nov 2019

the scary bikers – cast announced

We are delighted to announce the cast for The Scary Bikers, our February bar show. Click here to see it.

18 Nov 2019

strangers on a train – cast announced

We are delighted to announce the cast for our March main stage production, the classic thriller Strangers on a Train. Click here to see it.

18 Nov 2019

review of picnic at hanging rock

by Clive Lees The whole structure of this play appeared designed to create a surreal, ambiguous and confusing atmosphere in which the sense of the preternatural and primordial natural world could rise up, engulf and consume the hubris of the imperious late Victorians. The first surreal feature was that the names of the five characters in the cast list were never actually mentioned in the play. This is because they are in fact the names of the actual actresses who […]

10 Nov 2019

look what audiences are saying about picnic at hanging rock

Click the link below to see what audiences are saying about our thrilling November production, playing on the main stage every night through to 16th November. ….and then rush to get your tickets by clicking here.

31 Oct 2019

director piers newman introduces “picnic at hanging rock” – our main house show for november

Here’s Piers talking about the show – sublime and disturbing, this legendary play will send shivers down your spine! Watch the clip and then click here to get your tickets.