Biggin Hill Musical Theatre Company

Biggin Hill Musical Theatre Company

BIGGIN HILL MUSICAL THEATRE COMPANY( formally BHLOS) puts on productions twice a year at Charles Darwin school. we have been in Biggin Hill for 26 years.

We would love you to come and join us. we rehearse in the school hall every Tuesday evening from 8pm till 10pm.We would love you to come alone to one of our rehearsals to see what we are like, and maybe to get up on stage! If you feel treading the boards is not for you we always need help with back stage , costumes or maybe making the tea at rehearsals.
We have a very lively social calendar from quiz nights to treasure hunts.
If you feel you would like to know more about us , please ring our chairman on 01959 701829 or our public relations officer on 01959 700858 .
It would be great to hear from you.

PRODUCTIONS

Latest production is “Magic of the Musicals” This show includes a celebration of the last millenuem’s musical theatre.

Charles Darwin School Theatre, Jail Lane Biggin Hill
26-28th October 2000 at 8pm
box office 01959 701829.

Contact the Biggin Hill Musical Theatre Company BHMTC@cwcom.net for further information

2 thoughts on “Biggin Hill Musical Theatre Company”

  1. Hello,
    I felt compelled to write to you as I am Janet Hanscomb, the Vice President and founder member of Biggin Hill Light Operatic Society as it was then. There were just five of us as you said and our first show was ” The impossible dream”.
    I would love to hear from any members that you still might have though I guess many of them are not around anymore. I remember Carol and Graham Powell and Daphne Hodges .
    It is lovely to know the Society is still around.

  2. On a whim, perhaps Lockdown driven, I searched BHLOS. I was in the Impossible Dream and sang “I wonder why” with Daphne Hodges. I was also Sargeant Bernardo in Viva Mexico. My name is Paul Askham and I send very best wishes to Janet and the BH Musical Theatre Soc.

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