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Two great Halloween live theatre and film events on your doorstep at your new local arts centre in Beckenham/Bromley

Coming up SOON at Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts at Langley Park School for Boys, South Eden Park Road, Beckenham:

FIRSTLY ‘Vampyre: A Musical Comedy’THIS WEEK! 17-19 October at 7.30pm and Saturday 19 October at 2.30pm. In the magnificent Bromley Hall – FREE parking – refreshments from 7pm.

A FANGtastic and specDRACULAr original musical comedy with nine fiendishly catchy songs and superb performances by close to 100 talented pupils.
Book now at:  Tickets: £10/£6 each (concessions).
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Suitable for age 10+ this is the perfect event to get both grown-ups and children in the mood for Halloween!
5 boys and their dog go trekking to Transylvania to see if vampires really exist… with 9 original catchy songs by a professional songwriter, who has composed several global hits for international pop artists.
Nearly 100 talented pupils on stage, singing, dancing, acting and in the live band as well as working back stage.
The production design is breath-taking and has transformed the magnificent Bromley Hall into a Gothic mountain lair perfect for Count Vlad himself.
Sneak peeks are on Twitter @VampyreMusical
Refreshments for children and adults will be available before each performance.

SECONDLY – Come and see our superb Halloween film on Thursday 24 October – Frank Capra’s classic screwball Halloween comedy ‘Arsenic & Old Lace’ at 7.30pm in Studio 609 (strictly limited seating).

Book NOW at

Tickets £7 each – cafe/bar opens at 6.40pm and film programme starts at 7.30pm.

Charge… it’s off to Panama.. starring the gorgeous Cary Grant, Peter Lorre and Raymond Massey (1944, Cert PG, 118mins).
If you don’t recognise the reference to ‘Charge!’ – then you definitely need to come and see the film! Original trailer:
A wonderful film with Cary Grant at his comedic best. Mortimer Brewster, a critic, has just got married but as he starts married life a few too many skeletons start coming out of his closet with dramatic and spooky results!
We hope that you’ll join us for these two fun events at your new local arts centre. FREE parking, clean loos, no popcorn mess and friendly faces.

By langleyfilmbox

Founded in September 2012 to provide a wider film programme than available in local commercial cinemas, at good value prices for grown-ups, with a sociable community atmosphere and a licensed bar. We are a not-for-profit community cinema with a membership, open to non-members too. Run by dedicated and energetic volunteers.