Greenwich Theatre and a stay at a hotel in Bromley.
It’s January, the traditional time of year for making resolutions. Considering the dismal weather we have seen over the last few days we think that now is the perfect time to treat yourselves. Why not resolve to take a well earned break?
We are currently offering 25% off an overnight stay with breakfast included, and a Bromley Signature Cocktail on arrival. This offer is subject to availability and valid until 31st March 2017.
We have 73 Classic Double Rooms here at The Bromley Court, the most luxurious hotel in Bromley. All of which have everything you will need for a relaxing comfortable stay, whatever your requirements.
Each room has air conditioning, complimentary Wi-Fi and LCD TV. The Classic Double rooms are able to take a travel cot. All rooms are en-suite and each room has 5 foot bed. Perfect!
So here’s the plan…You check into your room and then it’s downstairs to relax in our Garden Restaurant with wonderful views of our gardens. There you can enjoy a sumptuous array of sandwiches to your taste followed by a selection of cakes prepared on site by our very own pastry chef. What to do after tea? Well why not combine your stay with a visit to the Theatre? Close to us is the Greenwich Theatre.
The Greenwich Theatre is a local theatre located in Croom’s Hill close to the centre of Greenwich in south-east London.
The building was originally a music hall created in 1855 as part of the neighbouring Rose and Crown public house, but the Rose and Crown Music Hall was reconstructed in 1871 and renamed ‘Crowder’s Music Hall’.
It briefly rejoiced in the name ‘Crowder’s Music Hall and Temple of Varieties’, but was renamed in 1879 as ‘Royal Borough Theatre of Varieties’. This name lasted less than 20 years. After a brief spell as the ‘Greenwich Hippodrome’, it was rebuilt in 1898 and became the ‘Parthenon Theatre of Varieties’.
Having shown both live performances and films since 1915, in 1924 it was converted into a cinema. In 1949, the building was closed and it took a concerted campaign to save it from demolition during the 1960s. After substantial alterations, the building eventually reopened as the Greenwich Theatre in 1969 under Artistic Director Ewan Hooper and Director Alan Vaughan Williams, who directed the opening production and world premiere of Martin Luther King, written by Ewan Hooper.
It had to survive a further crisis in the late 1990s prompted by the 1997 withdrawal of its annual subsidy from the London Arts Board. It eventually reopened in November 1999,and has been going strong ever since.
When you return from the theatre the Room Service and Bar Menu is available until 9.30pm, and after 9.30pm there is a 24 hour menu available.
So there you go, just book your tickets for the theatre and reserve your room here at one of the finest hotels in Kent.