From popular West End shows to brand new musicals – we’ve rounded up all the theatre shows coming to the Churchill Theatre for the next four months.

Whether you want to dance along to a musical or keep guessing at the outcome of a chilling thriller, Bromley’s Churchill Theatre has a whole line-up of shows this year.

With shows announced including Life of Pi and 2:22: A Ghost Story, there’s bound to be a show you’ll love.

We’ve put together a full list of all the theatre shows coming to Bromley over the next four months and everything you need to know about them:

Clueless The Musical

When? February 12 – February 24

Tickets start from £20

Based on the popular film, Clueless The Musical is a new comedy hitting Bromley in February.

With music from singer-songwriter KT Tunstall and lyrics from Grammy winner Glenn Slater, the musical follows the story of popular Beverley Hills High School student Cher Horowitz, as she gives her new best friend a makeover and sets her up with the most handsome boy in school.

Jesus Christ Superstar

When? February 28 – March 2

Tickets start from £28

Directed by Timothy Sheader and starring We Will Rock You actor Ian McIntosh, this Olivier Award-winning musical is set to arrive in Bromley in late February.

The musical is set during the final few weeks of Jesus Christ, seen through the eyes of Judas, featuring songs such as I Don’t Know How to Love Him, Gethsemane and Superstar.

2:22 A Ghost Story

When? March 12 – March 16

Tickets start from £23

Following a successful run on the West End, 2:22 A Ghost Story is set to head out on a UK wide tour this year.

Featuring Jay McGuiness as Ben, Fiona Wade as Jenny, George Rainsford as Sam and Vera Chok as Lauren, this play will keep you guessing until the very end.

The story centres around a dinner party, where host Jenny is convinced that her house is haunted by a ghost despite her cynical husband Sam’s assurances.

Throughout the night, as events transpire, the four are plunged into deep discussions about the paranormal and past traumas.

Life of Pi

When? March 19 – March 23

Tickets start from £28

Based on the best-selling novel by Yann Martel, this show is making a tour of the UK following a successful run on the West End.

This Olivier Award-winning show features puppetry to tell the story of a man on a boat with the remaining survivors of a tragic shipwreck, which includes an orangutan, a zebra, a hyena and a Bengal tiger.

I Should Be So Lucky

Where? March 26 – March 30

Tickets start from £26

This jukebox musical features songs from the Hit Factory including Never Gonna Give You Up and I Should Be So Lucky.

This Stock Aitken Waterman musical tells the story of Ella and Nathan, a pair of star-crossed lovers with wedding jitters and tropical dreams.

And Then There Were None

Where? April 2 – April 6

Tickets start from £25

Based on the best-selling crime novel by Agatha Christie, the play tells the stories of ten strangers lured to a mansion in Devon.

But when a storm cuts them off from the mainland, the true reason for their presence is revealed.

The show is directed by Lucy Bailey and features Holby City star Bob Barrett and Emmerdale star Louise McNulty.

Grease The Musical

When? April 12 – April 20

Tickets start from £22

Beginning its UK tour at the Churchill Theatre, this much-loved classic tells the story of teenage lovers Danny and Sandy as they start a new term at Rydell High after a summer spent together.

The musical features familiar songs from the original film, including Summer Nights, Greased Lightnin’, Hopelessly Devoted to You, and You’re the One That I Want.

The Drifters Girl

When? April 23 – April 27

Tickets start from £35

Following its successful run on the West End, The Drifters Girl is set to hit Bromley in late April.

The musical tells the story of The Drifters and the woman who made them - Faye Treadwell, played by Carly Mercedes Dyer.

This award-winning musical features some of the bands’ greatest hits including Saturday Night at the Movies, Save the Last Dance for Me, and Stand by Me.