The feedback from last night’s Jekyll & Hyde Taster concert, “This Is The Moment” has been nothing but sweet. Compered by well respected local Theatre and TV critic Peter Grant, the evening served to welcome everyone to BOST’s world and to explain the background to next months’s show, Jekyll And Hyde ~ The Musical. Based […]More »
A coachful of 50 BOST Members and friends took a day trip to London’s West End yesterday to cheer on young Brian Comer, who is playing the cake-guzzling Bruce in the RSC’s smash-hit musical, “Matilda,” at the Cambridge Theatre, Shaftsbury Avenue. Brian first appeared with BOST in Disney’s “Beauty And The Beast,” when he […]More »
On Saturday, 5th September, we will be returning to take part in Liverpool One’s Official “Tickle the Ivories” piano festival, as we have done for the last few years. Here are a few photographs from last year’s event, when we were promoting “Annie,” which went on to sell out at the Empire. e’s […]More »
On Thursday, 10th September, we will be presenting a free concert in the Floral Pavilion’s Blue Lounge at 7:30 pm. Our chorus and soloists will sing a short selection of favourite songs from musical theatre and will introduce our up-coming production, “Jekyll And Hyde ~ The Musical.” Playing from Thursday, 22nd to Saturday 24th October […]More »
Last weekend, our Concert Party entertained a full audience at their favourite regular haunt for afternoon concerts ~ the Williamson Art Gallery and Museum. A new venue for us, we were delighted to bring a broad range of West End and Broadway Musical Theatre hits to the Gallery. Solos, duets and group songs presented the […]More »
Sweeney Todd Principal Audition Time Slots Time slots to arrive at BOST HQ for the main 4 characters on Tuesday 8th May are as follows: – Sweeney Todd at 7pm – Mrs Lovett at 7:30pm – Anthony at 8:30pm – Johanna at 9pm Time slots ...Read More
We are delighted to be returning to the Liverpool Empire Theatre, from May 16th-18th 2019, where we will be staging Jerry Herman’s all-singing & dancing musical extravaganza, ‘HELLO, DOLLY’! This fun, feel-good show was, for a time, the longest running musical in Broadway history. It clocked ...Read More
We are extremely excited to announce that the star of the 1979 West End production of ‘My Fair Lady‘, Liz Robertson, will be narrating our upcoming staged concert version at St George’s Hall Concert Room, on Sunday 3rd June! An Olivier nominee, as well as ...Read More
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