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

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

Skellig PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 November 2014 00:00

An amateur production by arrangement with Casarotto Ramsay & Associates Ltd.

By David Almond (Based on his award-winning novel)gif-skellig

Directed by Mike Darbon

Bromley Theatre Guild Festival Entry

Performances: Tuesday 24th – Friday 27th March 2015 @ 8 pm, Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th March 2015 @ 5 pm


What has Michael found in the derelict garage? What is the creature that lies in the darkness, beneath spiders' webs and dead flies? Is it human, or a strange beast never seen before? And what will happen in the world when he and Mina carry it out into the light?

As a novel, Skellig won the Carnegie Medal, the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year Award and has been published in over 30 languages. As well as a play, first performed at the Young Vic in 2003 with David Threlfall in the title role, it has also been an opera and. in 2009, became a major film starring John Simm, Kelly MacDonald and Tim Roth as Skellig.



Michael: Samuel Richards
Michael's Dad: Andrew Newbon
Michael's Mum: Emma Berryman
Skellig: Kyle Cluett
Mina: Isabella Coulstock

Male Narrators/Supporting Roles
Stephen Pitt
James Riley
Simon Waterfield

Female Narrators/Supporting Roles
Alexandra Lindsay
Jodie Passey
Rosie Rutherford
Clare Spencer


Tickets are £8.00 (£6.00 concessions) 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.