Titanic the Musical is sailing its way to Bromley’s Churchill Theatre as the first of its ‘big three’ musicals this summer.

Running for a week, from Monday, July 16 to Saturday, July 21, the story is based on real people aboard the RMS Titanic, the ‘unsinkable ship’ which sank after hitting in an iceberg in 1912, causing 1,517 to lose their lives.

Bromley actor Claire Machin plays ill-fated Alice Beane, a second class passenger whose mission is to rub shoulders with the upper class, in Maury Yeston and Peter Stone’s musical.

Later in July, Evita the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, will return to the Churchill Theatre for exclusive London dates, 40 years since its West End premiere.

The third offering is Flashdance, starring Strictly sensation Joanne Clifton. On stage from Wednesday, August 15 to Saturday, August 18, it will feature 80s hits ‘I Love Rock & Roll’ and ‘What A Feeling’.

 

Titanic the Musical

Mon 16 – Sat 21 July

Mon – Sat 7:30PM, Thu & Sat 2:30PM

Tickets £24.00 – £36.00

Under 18s £27.50, Concessions £2.00 Mon – Thu

 

Churchill Theatre,

High Street, Bromley, Kent, BR1 1HA

Box Office: 020 3285 6000

www.churchilltheatre.co.uk