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Upcoming production – All Together Now!

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BOST are delighted to be participating in MTI’s global ‘All Together Now!’ event to celebrate local, live theatre post-pandemic. This revue show is packed with songs from hit musicals throughout the decades and will be performed by BOST’s soloists and chorus. Performances will take place ...

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Upcoming production – The Magic of Christmas Musicals

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Add some theatrical sparkle to your Christmas this year, at ‘The Magic of Christmas Musicals’. We are excited to be back on stage later this year, with a new and exciting production! Being performed in St George’s Hall’s magnificent Concert Room, this special concert will ...

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We’re back together!

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After 18 months of online Zoom rehearsals, we finally got back together in our HQ this week! We have embraced a different way of learning and performing over the past year which has been challenging, yet has allowed us to innovate our ways of working. ...

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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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