Bromley’s Churchill Theatre was delighted to reopen its auditorium doors on August 15 and has announced an action-packed programme which began with Frankly Sinatra in the form of world-renowned vocalist Stephen Triffitt making it a brilliant evening for those returning to the theatre.
The hugely popular The Magic of Motown and Lost In Music then follow swiftly behind on Fri 20 and Sat 21 August respectively, whilst Bromley local Rob Beckett performs his brand new stand up show Wallop during opening week, with two sold out shows.
There’s plenty more comedy with the iconic ‘pub landlord’ Al Murray stepping forward with all the answers on Tue 7 September and the guy everyone can do an impression of, Josh Widdicombe, performing to a sold out audience on Sun 19 September.
Musicals will be back with a bang with SIX, Priscilla Queen of the Desert and Chicago all heading to Bromley between October and November. Fan favourite The Rocky Horror Picture Show will then be leading the musical bill for 2022 when it runs from Mon 17 – Sat 22 January.
There’s plenty of drama heading the Churchill’s way with Dial M For Murder, the genre-defining thriller based on Alfred Hitchcock’s world-renowned film, running from Tue 21 – Sat 25 September, and the Theatre’s first co-production since reopening, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, debuting between Thu 30 September – Sat 2 October.
Brand new productions will also be setting the Churchill stage alight in January 2022 with Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code starting its UK tour in Bromley from Sat 8 – Sat 15 January and Cluedo, a new play based on the classic detective board game, premiering between Fri 28 January and Sat 5 February.
For those looking to keep the kids occupied during the school holidays this summer, there are some fabulous shows on offer with In The Night Garden Live and Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain, both returning to Bromley after sell out runs in previous years.
The Churchill Theatre’s hugely successful annual pantomime will also be back later this year, with Sleeping Beauty taking place between Sat 4 December 2021 and Sun 2 January 2022.
Lee Mead will star as The Prince alongside Bonnie Langford as The Good Fairy, Myra DuBois as Carabosse and Lloyd Hollett as Muddles.
The theatre also offers a wondrous array of dining events: from Party with the West End Jerseys to the Mamma Mia & More Dinner Dance, Fanny Galore’s Big Bingo Party to Christmas with Take This, the Churchill Theatre continues to offer the perfect evening of food and entertainment.
For full details about shows coming to the Churchill Theatre this year, visit Churchill Theatre.