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Landowner, mountaineer, industrialist, virago and libidinous, full-on lesbian, Anne Lister fought her way into the industrial revolution when women were usually marginalised. Anne flouted the conventions of the day, challenging the bigots, male supremacists and anyone else who stood in her way! A passionate, dramatic tale of love and survival in the face of prejudice.   Always intelligent, sensitive and profound ★★★★ London Pub Theatres   Told in such an honest and moving way …, it makes for unmissable theatre ★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions   A fascinating story brought to life with sensitivity and more than a little humour, it makes for an evening that’s as enlightening as it is entertaining. Theatre Things

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Trailer for 'Gentleman Jack' at Bromley Little Theatre 7 - 15th July

Got questions about BLT? Get the answers at the AGM on July 17th

“How do they remember all of those words?” is probably the most frequently asked question in the bar after a show. Other popular queries include “So how come you’re working behind the bar then?” or who chooses the plays and picks the directors?   But what about this one…what would you do if Bromley LittleTheatre was closed down and would it matter?   Monday July 17th is the BLT Annual General Meeting at which a number of important decisions will be made. We might even get to answer some of the above questions.   The AGM is your opportunity to talk to the board about what we do and why. Discover why we are fundraising and how we are spending the money we raise.   Please come along and have a drink and a chat. It’s completely free (although you should book so we know how many to expect) and starts around 7.45pm . It would be lovely to see and talk to lots of our friends and supporters. Book your place here

Want to volunteer? Let’s chat about it over a pint

After successful trial evenings which brought together a mix of new and not so new volunteers, stage management people and techs, we have scheduled more Thursday social evenings in The Railway pub (next door to BLT).  If you’d like to meet up, just come along after 7:30pm on any of the following dates:   July 6th and 20th   We know not everyone can – or will wish to – come every time but do come as it gives us all an opportunity to catch up and meet new members.
BLT is taking a break in August, but look what’s coming in September and beyond…

A beautifully-drawn portrait of the complexity of family life, this is a poignant and sometimes devastating journey through a year in the life of one family.  

15 – 23rd September Learn More

Conversation. Drinking. Eating. Arguing. Displays of emotion, and a resolution which is dark and redemptive. Another remarkable play from Mike Bartlett.  

27th September – 1st October Learn More

Everyone loves suave, sophisticated Gary Essendine. But no-one loves him as much as he loves himself. The quintessential Coward comedy.  

13th – 21st October Learn More

A forensic examination of the five-year police hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper. Thrilling,  fascinating, frustrating, deeply moving and not to be missed!  

10th – 18th November Learn More

Between 1975-80, women of Leeds lived in fear of being murdered by the Yorkshire Ripper. This is their story.  

22nd – 26th November Learn More

The escapades of Lord Edmund Blackadder and his mediocre mess of a manservant, Baldrick come to the BLT stage!  
8th – 16th December Learn More
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Looking forward to a few days out this summer? With BLoTo you could win enough to go further than ever.   BLoTo is our exciting monthly draw that raises much-needed funds for BLT and hands three lucky winners a bundle of cash every month. Our latest winners picked up almost £280 between them.   Fancy a big cash win for as little as a £2 stake? Join BLoTo now! Join here

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