Churchill Theatre in Bromley is set to dazzle this summer with an exhilarating lineup of musicals and concerts, despite the building being advertised on RightMove.

From July 10 to September 8, 2024, the stage will come alive with diverse performances, starting with the sensational Six the Musical (July 10-14).

Highlights include the West End Experience Grand Finale Concert (August 10), the mesmerizing Michael Starring Ben (August 11), and the iconic Rocky Horror Show (August 19-24).

The Churchill Theatre with the title “land for sale” is currently advertised on RightMove.

The building comprises a parade of six shops (sold off long leasehold), library and theatre building across up to 13 storeys.

The land covers 0.6 acres and is subject to existing leases with unconditional offers invited for the freehold interest.

The cost of the building is listed as Price on Application (POA) on RightMove.

The lineup also features tributes to Motown, Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, Kate Bush, and ABBA, ensuring there’s something for every music lover.

Below are all the musicals on at the Churchill Theatre this summer:

Six The Musical: Wednesday, July 10 – Sunday, July 14, 2024

West End Experience Grand Finale Concert: Saturday, August 10, 2024

Michael Starring Ben: Sunday, August 11, 2024

The Rocky Horror Show: Monday, August 19 - Saturday, August 24, 2024

Motown – How Sweet it is: Sunday, August 25, 2024

Whitney – Queen of The Night: Tuesday, August 27, 2024

The Northern Soul Classics Orchestra: Thursday, August 29, 2024

Legend – The Music of Bob Marley: Monday, September 2, 2024

The Beatles by Candlelight: Tuesday, September 3, 2024

One Night in Dublin: Thursday, September 5, 2024

Cloudbusting – The Music of Kate Bush: Friday, September 6, 2024

ABBA Forever: Saturday, September 7, 2024

Luther: Sunday, September 8, 2024

Despite the advertisement, a spokesperson for Bromley Council said it is "continuing with plans" to ensure that a state-of-the art theatre remains "anchored" at the "very heart" of Bromley Town Centre.

A spokesperson said: "Whilst discussions remain ongoing with the theatre’s current operators Trafalgar Group, the council is also going out to market to invite additional expressions of interest, to secure the future of the theatre, in line with its statutory duty to obtain best value for Council Taxpayers money, prior to reaching a final decision.

“Our ambitions for Bromley Town centre remain undimmed, despite the well-publicised squeeze on local councils’ funding.

"There is still much work to be done and further news will follow when appropriate.”