As Covid-19 continues its grip on the world, the three main theatres in our region are closing their doors.
Timeless classics are set to captivate audiences as Disney on Ice presents Magical Ice Festival at London’s iconic SSE Arena in Wembley.
Most everyone loves the Friends television show, so it was only a matter of time before a parody musical was launched.
It was a staple of the 70s and was warmly welcomed into millions of homes by people with a lot fewer channels to choose from.
There is no doubting the meteoric rise of Peppa Pig – just ask your children.
Aladdin, this year’s pantomime at the Churchill Theatre, ends its hugely successful run on January 5 and staff celebrated the success by renaming a dressing room after its lead star.
If Disney has taught us anything over the decades it’s to dream big and be inspired – and Disney on Ice 100 Years of Magic! does exactly that.
Relive the magic of Frozen and timeless Disney classics this Christmas and New Year as Disney on Ice 100 Years of Magic! comes to the O2 London.
The presenter of BBC2’s Equator from the Air will be in Bromley to give an in-depth talk about his filming career.
He is the presenter of the amazingly popular television show Coast, and he is arriving at the Churchill Theatre for a real behind-the-scenes stage tour.
Who wouldn’t want to reinvent toilet paper and rapidly become a Billionaire Boy.
He is perhaps best known to Brits as the deadpan Canadian comic on Mock the Week who likes to do a string of one-liners.
The cast of Aladdin flew into Bromley to launch this year’s panto.
A night of mixed emotion is promised as John Osborne’s funny and heartbreaking play The Entertainer, starring Shane Richie as Archie Rice, arrives at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley next month.
A poignant Irish black comedy coming to Bromley was originally discovered just across the border in Kent.
It has been called breathtakingly brilliant and utterly charming – this is I Believe in Unicorns.
Is Grease the ultimate rock ‘n’ roll romance? The movie caused a sensation when it emerged in the 1970s and now the story of unlikely love between Sandy and Danny is coming back to the stage in Bromley.
It’s a classic and is still doing the rounds of Britain’s theatres. And now it’s coming to Bromley.
It’s school night at the Churchill, Bromley as Teechers takes to the stage – and yes, that is who you speel it.
The astonishing works of Agatha Christie have never gone out of fashion and next month the Churchill Theatre, Bromley is welcoming a quirky comedy about her life.