Suddenly, it’s November! Next time you turn around, it’ll be December and the Christmas Season will be upon us! With that in mind, may we invite you to consider snapping up your tickets for our popular FANFARE FOR CHRISTMAS concerts. As is our tradition, the evenings’ entertainment will offer a variety of songs, from rousing […]More »
This afternoon, both our Annies, Isabelle and Annabel, together with many of their “orphan” friends were found congregated around one of the pianos in Liverpool 1, as part of the Tickle The Ivories event. They regaled the passers-by, who actually became stand-and-watchers, with their catchy songs from the musical. Quite a crowd built up on all […]More »
On Tuesday 28th to Thursday 30th April next year, we bring you the nostalgic musical WHEN THE LIGHTS GO ON AGAIN to commemorate the ending of the 2nd World War, 70 years ago that month. This show recalls the Brits at home surviving the war years with friendship, spirit and above all, humour. We follow the fortunes of a […]More »
After long rounds of auditions for adult and child performers alike, the decisions have been made and the cast settled. Singing rehearsals are already underway and the early principal calls begun. Daddy Warbucks will be a new-comer to BOST, Stuart Raphel, while his secretary, Grace Farrell, will be played by Mel Isaac, last seen […]More »
Next Sunday (10th August) is a big day in the canine world… It is the day a very special dog will be chosen to star as Sandy in our November production of “Annie” at the Liverpool Empire Theatre! Pooches, mutts, pedigrees and ‘heinzes’ are all welcome to come along to our hall at 24a […]More »
Following some highly competitive open auditions for ‘Sweeney Todd’, the panel have selected a very talented principal cast, who are now busy rehearsing with Director Elsie Kelly. With some recognisable names from previous BOST productions alongside some new faces, we’re pleased to reveal the talented ...Read More
Following our short – but very sweet – run of ‘My Fair Lady’ staged concerts earlier this month, we have received some loverly feedback from audience members and theatre critics alike. Here are just a few comments, reviews and pieces of feedback received: “The programme ...Read More
BOST Musicals are hosting an evening with ‘theatre guru’ and BOST Patron, Norah Button, later this year. Norah, who won the Freedom of the City of Liverpool Award in 2010 and was Co-Principal of Liverpool Theatre School, has had a hugely successful career as a ...Read More
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