Supporting the Community

Theatre can enrich all our lives!

Our vision is to provide outstanding theatre for everyone.

Over the years we’ve earned a reputation for the excellence of our productions, but now we want to broaden the reach of the “for everyone” part of our vision.

So, we have embarked on a programme to deepen our relationships with selected organisations in the Bromley community.  We want to encourage people to see how inclusive and powerful the theatre experience can be…and not just through the shows themselves – essential though these are of course.

Other than acting, there are dozens of things that happen in the production process….from the auditions at the start all the way to striking the set at the end of a run. Each of these activities provides an opportunity for people in our community to get involved and learn new skills, or indeed share their own talents with us – really important things too, like sound, lighting, costumes, set building, stage management and many more.

Other ways we can work together with our community partners include: –

  • Special performances of our shows (e.g. audio, relaxed, captioned etc)
  • Creating specialist workshops to share our expertise  
  • Organisations performing on the BLT stage 
  • Using our space for a range of other activities

To start with, we have agreed with CASPA Bromley, Magpie Dance, JusB and Bishop Justus School  to work together in partnership….and more may follow in time.

So, check back here or on any of our social media outlets to see what’s going on. Thinking about getting involved? Click here if you’re interested.

Fund-raising for Charities

For each  of our main stage shows, we offer local charities the exclusive chance to sell tickets to our preview night, just before the run of the play begins. The charity retains all the revenue it generates from ticket sales and it’s a great way for them to raise funds for their cause. If you know a charity you think might be interested in fund-raising (and having a great evening!) please click here.