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Impact of COVID-19 on BOST

Impact of COVID-19 on BOST

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Earlier this month we made the difficult decision to postpone our upcoming production of ‘When The Lights Go On Again’, as the health of our audience members, cast and crew is of utmost importance. While further rehearsals are unable to take place at the moment, ...

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BOST supports SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity

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We are delighted to be supporting SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, during our production of ‘When The Lights Go On Again’. SSAFA has been providing lifelong support to our Forces and their families since 1885. Every year their team of volunteers and employees help more ...

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Heswall to host WTLGOA preview

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We’ll be giving Heswall audiences an exclusive preview performance of songs from ‘When The Lights Go On Again’ on Saturday 28th March. Our Concert Party will be performing a short extract of the WWII era songs, along with many other musical favourites at our upcoming ...

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Charlotte Elverstone

Charlotte trained at Merseyside Dance and Drama Centre and graduated in 2000 with a Diploma in Performing Arts and ISTD teaching qualifications. In 2005 she returned to her training at Phil Winston’s Theatreworks in Blackpool. Some of her performances include “Robin Hood” and “Babes in the Wood” (Rhyl Pavilion), “The Echo Awards” (Liverpool King’s Dock), “Cinderella” (Grimsby Auditorium), “Cabaret Showcase” (Blackpool Winter Gardens) and “Robinson Crusoe” (Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal Big Top).

Charlotte won the Merseyside Dance and Drama Choreographic Award in 2000 and has gone on to choreograph many shows for Castaway Youth Theatre, including “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”, “Oliver!”, “Copacabana”, “Honk” and “Pirates of Penzance”. Currently Charlotte teaches dance at Stagecoach Theatre Arts Chester, and through Stagecoach she has been children’s choreographer for professional touring productions of “Evita”, “Half A Sixpence” and “Whistle Down the Wind”. Charlotte first joined BOST in 2005 when she played Erma in our production of “Anything Goes”, and returned in 2010 to choreograph “Jesus Christ Superstar”. She has worked on all our shows since then and is delighted to have been nominated for a NODA award for her choreography of “Beauty and the Beast” at the Liverpool Empire last year.

 

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