16 Jan 2019

We’re looking for new board members

The board would like to appoint two additional Trustees to the existing team. We are looking for bright, enthusiastic people who know and love our theatre. If you’re interested in finding out more about what’s involved, click here to email the board and we can take things from there. ….not sure what the Board of Trustees does? Well,  it runs the theatre and is accountable to all those who enjoy and take part in our activities as well as the statutory […]

16 Jan 2019

News from the BLT Board

Hilary Cordery, our Chair since 2017, has resigned from the Board as she feels unable to continue to commit the time and energy to the role, in the light of her family and other commitments – please see below to her letter to members. The Board have accepted Hilary’s resignation with regret and would like to thank her for her contributions over the time she has been a Trustee. Keith Jeremiah, who has been acting as Chair for the last couple […]

13 Jan 2019

Listen to what audiences think about ‘Jeeves and Wooster’

Our main house production ‘Jeeves and Wooster’ runs until the 19th January. Click here to book tickets.  

04 Jan 2019

Discovery Day @ Bromley Little Theatre

Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes to make our theatre tick? As well as what you see on the stage, there are over a hundred volunteers, working in teams who all contribute to our thriving, buzzing community theatre. On the 2nd February, we’re holding a Bromley Little Theatre Discovery Day to give you the opportunity to come along and find out how our theatre operates. You can find out more about: Lighting Sound Set Design Set Construction Costumes […]

03 Jan 2019

Are you a budding playwright looking for a publisher?

Silver Birchington Plays is a new online play publisher looking for original one-act and full length plays to add to its portfolio in preparation for a nationwide launch at Easter. If you’re interested click here for more information.  

03 Jan 2019

Review of The Comedy of Errors by Steve Williams

William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors was described by BLT as “Shakespeare as you have never seen it before” – a bold claim indeed, and one that certainly stood up to scrutiny, though the end result was not one for the Shakespeare purists. Hilary Cordery’s production gave us a vision of The Comedy of Errors as a bawdy restoration-style comedy; a cross between pantomime (apt as this was the last production before Christmas) and Benny Hill. The only thing missing […]

03 Jan 2019

Review of Edgar and Annabel and Joseph K

Double Dystopia presented us with two short plays in one evening about power and powerlessness. Those with power were either not seen or hardly seen: what we saw instead is what it is like to have little or no power. In the first play, Edgar and Annabel, a seemingly normal couple are preparing for some form of rebellion against an unseen, all-powerful state, but they are the ones who are really under threat. In a wonderfully theatrical ploy, the couple […]

19 Dec 2018

Director Jessica Ann Jenner introduces ‘Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense’

Want to hear more about what’s going on behind the scenes of our January main house show. Just watch the video below…. then rush to get your tickets here.

19 Dec 2018

5-star review of The Comedy of Errors

“…an amazing production that could teach some of the best professional companies in the country a thing or two about comedy.” Read the 5-star review of our festive production of The Comedy of Errors… we are just a little bit proud of our director, cast and crew! Click here to read the review

10 Dec 2018

Listen to what audiences think about ‘The Comedy of Errors’

Our main house show, The Comedy of Errors, runs till the 15th of December. Click here to book tickets