Bromley Little Theatre is a community theatre in Bromley in the London Borough of Bromley, England and is a member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain and its president is the actor Michael York.
The theatre was established in 1938 on its present site which was converted from an old Victorian bakery. The theatre has over 1,000 members split into full and audience-only groups, all the staff, cast and crew are volunteers.
nathalie gamwell | Mar 27, 2018
Every month they have different plays going on. It is situated directly opposite Bromley North station and tucked away next to The Railway pub. Staff are very friendly and helpful and it makes an enjoyable evening out with friends and is reasonable in price too.
Peter Tunwell | Dec 21, 2017
Cheery local theatre in a quaint old setting. Excellent performances and friendly people.
Derek Smith | Jun 18, 2017
Just watched of Mice and Men here and I was astonished at the quality of the production. I had heard great things about the show but I was truly blown away. Great cast - so professional - better than most offerings in the West end. Epic!
Jon Ewens | Jul 19, 2017
Cute little theatre. Sat through a long play and was very comfortable. The stage seems high though didn't impact negatively on the experience. Refreshments are very cheap.
Lorraine Latteman | Jul 17, 2018
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