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Tickle the Ivories (2017)

Published: September 5th, 2017

Sunday 3rd September 2017 Well, there might have been quite a bit of wind and rain at Tickle the Ivories on Sunday, but that didn’t stop Fagin’s gang from belting out a few ‘Oliver!’ tunes to promote our upcoming production of the show in November. ...

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Audition Dates

Published: August 25th, 2017

Dancers Auditions for ‘Oliver!’ Dancers auditions will be on Tuesday 12th September at 7:30pm, at BOST HQ. The first rehearsal will follow the audition the same night. Please bring jazz, ballet and character shoes. Dancers must have a playing age of 16+. Rehearsals will be ...

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Upcoming Events

Published: August 25th, 2017

Tickle the Ivories Sunday 3rd September It’s that time of year again when we gather round a piano and belt out some show tunes. This year we will also be joined by some of Fagin’s Gang singing songs from our upcoming production ‘Oliver!’ Please come ...

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From Professional Tour to BOST

Published: July 31st, 2008

Graeme Henderson played in David Merrick`s original West End Production of 42nd Street and took the role of Leading Juvenile Billy Lawlor opposite Catherine Zeta Jones as Peggy Sawyer. More recently, he was sought to help audition, cast and rechoreograph 42nd Street for the latest National Tour, in which he also starred as Andy Lee, the Dance Director. Surely, there can be no one in the country with greater experience and understanding of this show than Graeme.

Who better, then, to choreograph BOST’s production of the same show, and to push us ever onwards in our aspirations to bring the highest standards of Theatre to the audiences of Merseyside and beyond?

In his younger days, Graeme performed with BOST: as a boy in “Oliver!” and as a dancer in a number of our shows. He returned to us as our choreographer, after having acted and danced his way across the world and back for several years, performing in prestigious theatres and well-known venues.

 

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