Opening with a BANG! Bodyguard The Musical
Bromley Buzz was invited to attend the opening night of the much-acclaimed The Bodyguard The Musical at the Churchill Theatre, and all we can say is, opening night opened with a BANG! The show follows closely the storyline delivered in Lawrence Kasdan’s 1992 movie based on the book by Alexander Dinelaris and starring the late,Continue… Read more
New sponsor for the Bromley Buzz!
Ian ‘live on air’ on the Business Bunker show The Bromley Buzz has a new sponsor, Orpington-based estate agent Ian Wood of Ian Wood Property, who can also be found on the Nested website: https://nested.com/orpington. We work with sponsors who share our values. The Bromley Buzz is a positive, community podcast, and Ian is aContinue… Read more
Titanic – a legend
Image: Pamela Wraith Titanic – a legend. Inspired by one of the greatest maritime disasters in history, Titanic The Musical, hit Bromley town centre at the Churchill Theatre from 16th to 18th March. The ‘unsinkable’ ship sets sail for her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, with a cast of 25 talented actors takingContinue… Read more
Wodehouse In Wonderland: a one-man wonder
Images: Pamela Raith From the first chords of the Jazz music that heralded the opening of the show ‘Wodehouse In Wonderland’ at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre last night, and on until 11th March, a perfect note was struck that actor Robert Daws, performing as the late, great lyricist and literary humourist PG ‘Plum’ Wodehouse, sustained throughout.Continue… Read more
Nine tries and a conversion
It felt as if the ground shook as the two teams, Bromley’s Westcombe Park Rugby Football Club (RFC) and Colchester RFC, in what amounted to a decider for the Regional 1 South East title, took to the field at Goddington Dene on Saturday 4th March. A mere £5 for a match programme saw me admitted.Continue… Read more
Blood Brothers – Not a dry eye in the house!
Image credit: Jack Merriman The multi-award-winning Blood Brothers production by Billy Kenwright, written by Willy Russell, didn’t disappoint one bit! For many years I’ve been wanting to see this and finally it is here in our home town, Bromley at the Churchill Theatre, playing until the 4th of March 2023. This is a moving andContinue… Read more