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Past Productions



Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Based on the classic 1968 film version of Ian Fleming’s children’s book, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang the musical features an unforgettable score by the Sherman Brothers (Mary Poppins), including “Hushabye Mountain”, “Me Ol’ Bamboo”, and the catchy title song.


The Sounds of Liverpool

mmerse yourself in ‘The Sounds of Liverpool’, at this spectacular concert celebrating Liverpool’s rich and diverse music history.

We’ll be showcasing songs from many of the city’s home-grown music stars including The Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Ken Dodd, Atomic Kitten, The Real Thing and The Christians. The production will also feature Sea Shanties, and songs from Willy Russell’s iconic musical Blood Brothers, as well as the 2017 jukebox musical ‘Cilla The Musical’.

Shrek The Musical

Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek…” and thus begins the tale of an unlikely hero, who finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess who resists her rescue.

Throw in a short-tempered bad guy, a biscuit with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you’ve got an enchanting, all-singing, all-dancing musical comedy.


Hello Dolly

Musical comedy at its best. A lavish must-see show, featuring great songs and spectacular dancing.

This much-loved Broadway musical from the pen of Jerry Herman, tells the story of vivacious, meddling widow Dolly Levi, who, having fallen for a dour “well known, unmarried, half a millionaire” sets about secretly arranging a match for herself, whilst along the way ensuring the three relationships in which she is already meddling, also come to a happy conclusion.

A Christmas Carol

From the pen of renowned Broadway composer Alan Menken, the musical follows the traditional and well-loved story of Ebeneezer Scrooge, featuring the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, a visit to the Fezziwigs’ Festive Ball, the Cratchitt family home, and of course not forgetting poor Tiny Tim.



The Magic of the Christmas Movies



My Fair Lady

Celebrating over 60 years since its first performance on Broadway, BOST are delighted to be bringing a special, staged concert version of My Fair Lady to the Concert Room at St George’s Hall in June 2018. Fully costumed and with choreography, we’ll be re-visiting all the fabulous Lerner & Loewe numbers in the most glamorous of settings!

Sweeney Todd

A winner of 8 Tony Awards and Olivier Awards, this musical thriller tells the well-known tale of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, with Stephen Sondheim’s dark yet comedic score.

Set in the Victorian era, Sweeney Todd returns to London to reprise his trade as a talented barber, as well as settling an old score. When he meets Mrs Lovett, the somewhat quirky owner of a struggling pie shop on Fleet Street, he’s encouraged to set up his new barber shop above her store


Anything Goes

he SS America sets sail from New York to London. Onboard is a glorious collection of colourful 1930s characters – a lovesick stowaway, a brassy nightclub evangelist with an eye for the men, a beautiful debutante and her doting (but dotty) mother, a boozy and lecherous old tycoon, a bumbling gangster disguised as a priest, a silly-ass English Lord with a mysterious past and a whole ship full of tap-dancing sailors and high-kicking chorus girls!


Due to popular demand we bring one of the best-loved British musicals back to Liverpool – ‘Oliver!’

‘Oliver!’ is the unforgettable musical telling the tale of the boy who dared to ask for “more”!
The musical is packed with rousing songs such as ‘Food, Glorious Food’, ‘Consider Yourself’ and ‘Oom Pah Pah’ – although the mood swings back and forth, encompassing Oliver’s hauntingly tearful ‘Where Is Love?’ and Nancy’s soul-searching song, ‘As Long As He Needs Me’. Throw in Mr Bumble’s ‘Boy For Sale’, ‘Who Will Buy’ with its Victorian street-sellers and Fagin ruefully yet mischievously ‘Reviewing the Situation’, and you have a recipe for a great night out for all the family.

To see a list of all the productions BOST Musicals have done click below

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