Churchill Theatre’s Spring Brochure launched

PUBLISHED: 16:30 21 March 2018 | UPDATED: 12:19 26 March 2018

The theatre's  Spring Brochure has been launched. Picture: Andy Barnes

The theatre's Spring Brochure has been launched. Picture: Andy Barnes


The Churchill Theatre held its Spring Brochure Launch last week (March 13), in their newly refurbished lounge, ahead of World Theatre Day on Tuesday, March 27.

Attended by producers from three different productions which are set to come to Bromley - Awful Auntie, Rock of Ages and Titanic the Musical, the event unveiled a string of productions and well-known faces from the world of stage and TV who are set to appear at Churchill Theatre over the coming months.

Theatre Director Chris Glover said: “Thank you to everyone who attended tonight’s launch, with a special thank you to the producers.

“We are really excited about our Spring Brochure.

“With more than 70 productions taking place at the Churchill Theatre between now and the end of September, there really is something for everyone.”

Neal Foster from Birmingham Stage Company, director and adapter of Awful Auntie, said: “I am very glad to be here today.

“We are really excited about Awful Auntie coming to the Churchill Theatre.

“It’s your chance to see the latest David Walliams book production live on stage with the most amazing set and fantastic cast in the scariest and most funny story you are ever going to see in Bromley.”

Danielle Tarento, producer of Titanic The Musical, said: “We are really excited about bringing Titanic The Musical to the Churchill Theatre.

“It is a beautiful musical based on the story of real people. We hope you will come along to see the show.”

Below is a list of just some of the shows and famous faces you can catch at Churchill Theatre over the coming months (Sun March 25 – Sat August 18).

•Brendan Cole - All Night Long (Sunday, March 25)

•Brian Conley - Still the Greatest Entertainer (Tuesday 27 March)

•The Importance of Being Earnest (Tuesday April 3 – Saturday April 7)

•Milton Jones Is Out There (Sunday April 8)

•Ed Byrne: Spoiler Alert (Tuesday April 10)

•The Hollies (Sunday April 22)

•Ruth Rendell’s Gallowglass (Tuesday 17 – Sat 21 April)

•Russel Watson (Thursday April 26)

•Kerry Ellis (Sunday May 6)

•The Drifters (Thursday May 10)

•Birdsong (Tuesday May 1 – Saturday May 5)

•Swing With Laughter (Saturday May 12)

•Bringing On Back The 60s (Sunday May 20)

•Remembering Fred (Monday May 21)

•Menopause The Musical (Tuesday May 22)

•Great Expectations (Tuesday May 29 – Saturday June 2)

•Summer Holiday (Tuesday, June 5 – Saturday, June 9)

•Jane MacDonald (Sunday June 17)

•Sir Geoff Hurst (Thursday June 21)

•An Evening with Dan Snow (Sunday July 1)

•Dave Finnegan’s The Commitments (Sunday July 22)

•Flashdance – The Musical (Wednesday, August 15 – Sat, August 18)

To view the full Churchill Theatre Spring Brochure visit


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