Beckenham Theatre Centre

Recent Productions

Passion Play - Aug 13 In Basildon - July 2013 The Witches - May 20113 The Herbal Bed - April 2013 Flare Path - March 2013
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Passion Play - Aug 13

Passion PlayBy Peter Nichols Performance dates: Monday 12th – Saturday 17th August 2013 "Passion Play is brilliant.... On the surface, it's an old, old story: the happy marriage of a middle-aged couple, See details

In Basildon - July 2013

Performance dates: Monday 1st – Saturday 6th July @ 8PMBy David Eldridge "People always get the wrong idea about Essex, don't they?" Len's on his deathbed and the family gather to say See details

The Witches - May 20113

Performance dates: Monday 27th May – Saturday 1st June Please Note: There will be no performance on Tuesday 28th May, and on Saturday 1st June there will be a matinee at See details

The Herbal Bed - April 2013

Performance dates: Monday 29th April – Saturday 4th May @ 8PM By Peter Whelan King James I is on the throne, the Church of England, as now, is riven with argument and See details

Flare Path - March 2013

Flare Path by Terence Rattigan directed by Fleur Buckley Performance dates: Monday 18th – Saturday 23rd March @ 8.00pmBromley Theatre Guild Full-Length Play Festival Entry "What I say is, there's a war on, See details

Brandy PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 08 June 2014 22:08

Weekend Spot

Brandy

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by Matthew Davies

Directed by Lorraine Spenceley

Performance dates:
8.00pm, Friday 5th and Saturday 6th September 2014

Early 18th century: as Queen Anne lays old and sick in bed, it is not tea she is drinking but copious amount of brandy. Queen Anne is fortifying herself in preparation for the meeting between herself and her childhood friend, confidante and adversary - Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough. "Brandy" explores the characters of two powerful woman and the effects their friendship had on a nation.

"Brandy" was first performed at South London Theatre as part of their new writing programme in 2010.

 

CAST:

Queen Anne: (also known as Mrs Morley) Niki Mylonas

Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough: (also known as Mrs Freeman) Maria Figgin

Mary the Maid: Elizabeth Steele

 

Tickets are £6.00 and available from the Box Office on 07500 908331

Please note: Only members and guests of members are entitled to attend our performances - we are not allowed to sell tickets to the Public.