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Sweeney Todd cast announced

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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 ...

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Rave reviews for ‘My Fair Lady’

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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 ...

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An Evening with Norah Button

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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 ...

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Our Cast is Complete!

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We are excited to announce that we have finally cast our canine star for ‘Oliver!’ and we have certainly hit the “Bullseye” with this one.

Bruce is a 5 year old English Bull Terrier and belongs to his lovely owners Fran and Jim from Eastham. We could not believe our luck when this big beauty walked into our headquarters looking like the perfect fit to play Bill Sykes’ dog Bullseye in our next production of ‘Oliver!’. Bruce is such a gentle giant and we cannot wait to work with him on stage.

To see this gorgeous dog in action get your tickets for our November show by clicking on the link below….you’d be barking mad to miss it!!

http://www.royalcourtliverpool.co.uk/whats-on/oliver/

 

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