Home to Charles Darwin, H G Wells and Enid Blyton, Bromley has a rich history. This large suburban South East London Borough of Bromley is the largest borough in London, most heavily populated in the northern urban side north and western areas.
With miles of protected countryside, picturesque parks and woodlands to explore, it's easy to forget that the bright lights of London's West End are less than twelve miles away from Bromley Town Centre.
Bromley has a number of theatres, the most notable being the historical Churchill Theatre, opened on 19 July 1977 by HRH Prince of Wales in the town centre and the Bromley Little Theatre close to Bromley North railway station. In the famous Monty Python Spam sketch Bromley was stated to be the location of the fictional Green Midget Café and in another sketch, it was said that all seven continents are visible from the top of the Kentish Times building in Bromley.