We are delighted to announce a great cast for our Empire show this Christmas. The line-up will be led by Tony Prince playing Bob Wallace, the role made famous by Bing Crosby in the movie. Tony has played many parts for us, including royalty, as Prince Edward (The Slipper & The Rose,) professional gambler, Sky Masterson (Guys […]More »
BOST is very honoured to have been asked to contribute again to the Pause for Hope service this year. Our participation in previous services has always been moving and thought-provoking for our Members: we look forward to being part of this year’s event, which touches so many people’s lives. 2016 Service Details Metropolitan Cathedral […]More »
June is the month when Prescot comes alive with arts and culture… 2016 will be their 12th Annual Festival of Music & The Arts, and we are pleased to have been invited back to participate once again. Here’s the Festival’s description of our involvement: Saturday 25th June, 7.30pm. Methodist Centre. £6. […]More »
2 years ago, we auditioned nearly 200 keen and talented girls to find the perfect cast for our Christmas production of ANNIE at the Liverpool Empire. It was a huge and exciting process, which ultimately led to unforgettable performances by all the girls, at 5 sell-out shows. A certain Beau Dermott with a wonderful voice […]More »
Anyone interested in a principal role in our forthcoming show at the Liverpool Empire Theatre (17th–20th November) is invited to attend the OPEN AUDITIONS on Sunday 5th June at 11am. Recalls will be held on Sunday 12th June. Audition passages can now be collected from BOST HQ on Thursday evenings, 8-10pm. Please ring 1051 […]More »
We’re excited to announce that we have been nominated for 4 NODA NW Awards! Best Leading Male in a Musical: Tony Prince (Sweeney Todd) Best Leading Female in a Musical: Gina Phillips (Mrs Lovett) Best Direction of a Musical: Elsie Kelly – Sweeney Todd Best Staging ...Read More
Two cast members from our recent sell-out production of ‘Oliver!’ at Liverpool’s Royal Court theatre have gone on to achieve further theatrical success. 11 year old Harvey Jameson, who played one of Fagin’s Gang, has been cast in the role of Fleance (Son of Lord ...Read More
Between the main shows and concerts, our Concert Party provides first-rate musical entertainment for a variety of events throughout the year, including fund-raising concerts for local charities, weddings and business hospitality. Our award winning company perform a diverse mix of solos and group numbers by ...Read More
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