Theatre Blog
As part of the Budget 2014, yesterday Chancellor George Osborne announced that a new theatre tax relief scheme will come into effect from 1st September 2014.

An afternoon with Hugh Maynard

Written by Tuesday, 30 September 2014
After being the youngest person ever to play the part of John in the touring production of Miss Saigon in 2004, Hugh Maynard reprises the role in a new West End production. We caught up with him to talk about Miss Saigon, as well as the launch of his new debut solo album.
The National Theatre’s performance of The Curious Incident of The Dog In The Night-Time on Saturday June 22nd was highly anticipated. This is not just because the play won seven Olivier awards this year, but because the performance was a significant indication of how much the experience of going to the theatre could change for autism sufferers in the future.
On 16th December 2012, Beckenham’s local community joined us to watch our year 2 students perform A Night Before Christmas in aid of The Breast of Bromley. The Breast of Bromley is a volunteer group for research charity Breast Cancer Campaign.
KSA of Performing Arts (KSA), Beckenham-based musical theatre college, is delighted to announce that this year’s Christmas performance “A Night Before Christmas” will be in aid of The Breast of Bromley, a volunteer group for research charity Breast Cancer Campaign.
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