Anna Leonowens, born in Caernarvon, Wales, in 1834, was the widow of a Major with the Indian Army. In 1862, after a year in Singapore, she took up the position of Governess to the children of the King of Siam, where she remained for five years. This is the story of her time at the […]More »
The musical Annie is based on the American strip cartoon Little Orphan Annie, which began in August 1924, published in The New York News. It tells the rags-to-riches tale of a young orphan named Annie and a hard-faced billionaire businessman, Oliver Warbucks. When his secretary, Grace Farrell, visits ‘The New York Municipal Orphanage for Girls’ […]More »
Here is a full list of BOST productions performed since our inception in 1926. 1926 – In the Days of Good Queen Bess 1927 – The Pirates of Penzance 1927 – Tilly of Bloomsbury 1928 – The Mikado 1928 – Playgoers 1929 – Husbands are a Problem 1930 – The Gondoliers 1930 – Iolanthe 1931 […]More »
In May 2020, we will be performing the musical, ‘When The Lights Go On Again’. The musical is set during the days of World War II and takes audiences through the quirks, humour and tragedy of every day life during the war, culminating in a VE ...Read More
At this time of year, Scrooge is as reliable as mince pies and mistletoe – 175 years since Dickens published his ghost story, A Christmas Carol remains as ubiquitous as ever over the festive season, with new productions appearing in their droves, but you’re unlikely ...Read More
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital received some early festive cheer this week, thanks to a surprise visit from our cast of ‘A Christmas Carol – the musical’. Taking a break from rehearsals, the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future visited the world leading hospital to ...Read More
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