Main Auditorium08/12/2023 - 16/12/20231558 or two minutes to four in the afternoon if you prefer, and Elizabeth I has ascended to the throne just in time for tea. Lord Edmund Blackadder (the bastard great-great-grandson of the original) attempts to win her favour despite the efforts of his ineffectual acquaintances, notably the idiot Percy, and his mediocre mess of a manservant, Baldrick.
Main Auditorium10/12/2023 - 10/12/2023Southern Aces play good-time, soul and R&B, boogie & blues, with scorching sax solos, slide-guitar, harmonica, keyboards and accordion, a super-tight rhythm section and great vocals. The mood is up-and-dancing and the inspiration is the music of New Orleans, Memphis, Texas and Chicago. So put on your glad-rags & your dancing shoes and Let The Good Times Roll!
Main Auditorium29/12/2023 - 29/12/2023Join us for another End of Year Bash to celebrate not just another successful year but also our 85th anniversary. If you have been before, you know what to expect! Music, laughter, friends and probably mince pies! And a special thank you to all our actors, crews, Front of House teams and all our patrons. Merry Christmas to you all!
Main Auditorium12/01/2024 - 20/01/2024Steel Magnolias is the hilarious and heart-warming true story that inspired the hit film starring Dolly Parton and Julia Roberts. Follow the trials and tribulations of six fierce and sassy women as they set the world to rights in their small-town bustling beauty salon in this raucous classic, comedy masterpiece. It’s guaranteed to be a side-splitting night out
Main Auditorium09/02/2024 - 17/02/2024Enter the seductive and decadent world of Victorian London where beauty masks malevolence and morality is put to the ultimate test. Oscar Wilde’s classic brings to life the story of a young man who trades his soul for eternal youth and beauty, offering a spine-tingling study of the perilous descent of a man untethered by conscience.
Main Auditorium11/02/2024 - 11/02/2024The Bromley Blues Club are proud and excited to be able to announce Steve 'West' Weston for their launch night at Bromley Little Theatre. Steve holds a high reputation from his audience, reviewers and peers as a top harmonica player. His performance of Chicago and West Coast harp playing is held in high regard globally and rightly so too.