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BLT’s 2024 Season

Bromley Little Theatre announce their 2024 season. This article covers from January to April.

Steel Magnolias

By Robert Harling

Directed by Colleen Batson

An amateur production by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd

Main House

Friday 12th January to Saturday 20th January

Steel 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.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

By Oscar Wilde. Adapted for the stage by Merlin Holland and John O’Connor

Directed by Jane Lobb

An amateur production by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd

Main House

Friday 9th February to Saturday 17th February (Not Sunday 11th February)

Enter 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.

The Water’s Edge

By Theresa Rebeck

Directed by Alison Green

An amateur production by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd

In the Bar

Wednesday 21st February to Sunday 25th February

Award-winning writer Theresa Rebeck’s mysterious and thrilling drama about the secrets we bury and a family striving to make sense of their memories of the past and of each other. Why do they hate and how can they forgive? When each possesses their own version of the truth, what is the resolution that will finally bring them peace?

Notes from a Small Island

By Bill Bryson. Adapted for the stage by Tim Whitnall

Directed by Mike Savill

An amateur production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books

Main House

Friday 8th March to Saturday 16th March (not Sunday 10th March)

Released in 1995, Bill Bryson’s travelogue about his journeys the length and breadth of the British Isles went on to sell 2 million copies and spend three years on bestseller lists. Premiered in 2023, Tim Whitnall’s adaptation takes Bryson’s adventures from Calais to Scotland asking just what it is about this sceptred isle that makes Britain so great.

Home, I’m Darling

By Laura Wade

Directed by Josh Lawson

An amateur production by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd

Main House

Friday 12th April to Saturday 20th April (not Sunday 14th April)

Judy and Johnny Martin are the perfect ‘1950’s’ couple. Whilst her husband is at work, Judy lives her fantasy of being the dream housewife. However, this domestic bliss is not what it seems and, behind the gingham curtains, how happily married are the happily married? Laura Wade’s biting satire won the 2019 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.

Five Kinds of Silence

by Shelagh Stephenson

Directed by Rob O’Neill

An amateur production by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd

In the bar

Wednesday 24th April to Sunday 28th April

This emotional and absorbing play shows the lives of a mother and her two daughters as they attempt to cope with the effects of a lifetime of domestic violence. Beautifully crafted and poignant the play explores themes of love, loss, and the resilience of the human spirit. Winner of Best Play and Best Drama when it first showcased. Don’t miss!

Our 2024 Season