25 Oct 2017

Give BLT your vote and get us a new roof!

Great news – with the help of Brownhills Insurance, our project to replace the roof of the Bar has been submitted for an award with the Aviva Community Fund! To be a finalist, we need to get more votes from the public than other projects. And that’s where you can help. Your votes could put us well on the way towards getting that much-needed new roof. Voting is simple and only takes a few minutes: • Visit the Aviva voting website […]

18 Oct 2017

Review of ‘Jezebel’

By Arthur Rochester Originally performed in Dublin and then at London’s Soho Theatre, Mark Cantan’s play gives an ironic makeover to the modern sex comedy, brilliantly funny without salaciousness. It centres around the relationship between two young professional people, from their first innuendo-laden encounter at a business meeting, to the point where, a few months later, they decide to spice up their waning sex-life by recruiting a compliant third person to engage in a ‘threesome’. Their choice falls on the […]

17 Oct 2017

Private Lives – Casting Announcement

Director Stevie Hughes announces his cast for Private Lives by Noel Coward; Sibyl: Heather Phelps Elyot: Chris DePury Amanda: Alison Green Victor: Beric Wickens Louise: Jane Kortlandt Tickets are now on sale for members and to non-members on Tuesday 12 December 2017. For more information about the play click here

12 Oct 2017

Bad Jews – Casting Announcement

Director Julie Binysh announces her cast for Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon; Daphna – Jess Jenner Melody – Naomi Cunningham Liam – Gavin Dyer Jonah – Robert O’Neill For more information about the play click here.  

04 Oct 2017

Review of Four Nights in Knaresborough

Review by Nomi Bailey The challenge and scope for a playwright when producing an historical drama is that when working in a well-known historical framework, because of the lack of contemporary literature their imagination comes to the fore. Set after the murder of Thomas a Becket in Canterbury Cathedral in December 1170, Paul Webb’s play explores the aftermath for the four Knights who committed the deed on the orders of Henry II, who then tried to absolve himself by saying […]

28 Sep 2017

Talking Heads replaces Hedda Gabler

Due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to withdraw our planned November production Hedda Gabler. Instead, our Main House show will now be Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads. Co-directed by Dan and Pauline Armour and Hilary Cordery the show features three of Bennett’s brilliant and much-loved monologues: A Chip in the Sugar; Bed Amongst the Lentils and Her Big Chance. Any bookings made for Hedda Gabler can be transferred to Talking Heads but should this not be required please contact the box office preferably by email  boxoffice@bromleylittlethreatre.org  or […]

11 Sep 2017

Hilary Cordery asks you to…..”Pull up a Chair”

Are you a BLT member and ever thought: If I was running BLT I would…. Wouldn’t it be great if the theatre had….. If only we could……. Why doesn’t BLT……? If you have, come and chat to me. Whatever ideas, wishes, hopes and dreams you have for BLT, on whatever aspect of the theatre, including anything you think is ever-so-slightly less than perfect, I would love to hear them. I will be in the office at the theatre with a […]

05 Sep 2017

Could you design some of our Posters?

Do you have experience of using Photoshop or similar design software? Are you familiar with the basic principles of design and prepared to give a little of your time to helping out the theatre? If so, we really need your help. We are looking for people with creative flair to design some of our show posters for 2018. If you think you could help, please contact Bruce Wallace (BLT Marketing Director) by emailing him at brucew@bromleylittletheatre.org or call him on 07766 826 […]

05 Aug 2017

Review of ‘Arabian Nights’

By Laura Ings Self It has become apparent from their appearances in main house shows over the last couple of seasons that the BLT Youth Group hosts some very talented members. Arabian Nights clearly demonstrated that this talent is not limited to one or two members and indeed showcased some of the brilliant talent being nurtured by leader-directors Jessica-Ann Jenner, Richard Stewart and Hazal Han. Many of the stories of the Arabian Nights are familiar to us, but some, I […]

30 Jul 2017

Review of ‘Nell Gwynn’

by Taylor Green One great merit of Jessica Swale’s play, in addition to it being immense fun, is that you get to see Nell Gwynn not through the eyes of others but very much on her own terms. The Nell Gwynn of history, one of the first English female actors as well as the king’s favourite mistress, made an impact on those who met or saw her.  Her acting career was, in fact, brief although her comedy roles were the […]