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  • BADA's Accrington Pals

    The play is set in Accrington and the Western Front during 1914/16 and the 'Pals' are friends, neighbours and workmates from the local volunteer battalion who march high-spiritedly off to war, hoping for a break from the grinding poverty of everyday life. Their experiences in the trenches are contrasted with those of the women in the communities left behind.

  • New Wickham Court Players Curtain Comes Down

    At the recent Annual General Meeting, the membership voted unanimously to dissolve the society. This takes immediate effect.

  • Alice in Wonderland 2016

    Dear all,

     
    At a meeting of Bromley Theatre Guild Wednesday 20th May it was decided to postpone Mike Darbon's outdoor production of Alice in Wonderland until July 2016.
     
  • BADA's Back

    Yes Ladies & Gentlemen... Just like The Terminator... "We're Back". It's been a long hard road and the committee have worked tirelessly to use this time without a home as a positive. What have they been up to... I hear you ask.... Well here's your chance to find out.

  • Jack The Ripper - BADA

    Everyone is invited to the OPEN AUDITION on Sunday May 17th at 6.30pm for performances to open the new season from Thursday 29th to Saturday 31st October 2015.

    The musical play JACK THE RIPPER by Ron Pember and Denis de Marne. Directed by David Evans

    • Tel: 07956 810555
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    At the all new St Andrew’s Hall, Burnt Ash Lane, Bromley BR1 5AF. Aka the ‘STEAMPACKET’ Music Hall.

    This is a once in a lifetime invitation to be part of BADA’s opening production of an exciting new era in our new home.

    The play is a musical reconstruction of incidents relating to the East End murders which took place between Friday August 31st and Friday November 9th, 1888, set in the ‘Steampacket’ Music Hall and the surrounding streets as performed by the local inhabitants.

    Be a cut above the rest & make Victorian Whitechapel come alive. To paraphrase Thackeray – ‘A picture of human life so wonderful & piteous, so exciting & terrible’ in the beating heart of 1888 London’s East End.

Shows & Events

24
Oct
Date: 24 October 2017, 07:30
Tickets available from 11th September 2017

25
Oct
Date: 25 October 2017, 07:30
Tickets available from 11th September 2017

26
Oct
Date: 26 October 2017, 07:30
Tickets available from 11th September 2017

26
Oct
Date: 26 October 2017, 20:00