Past Productions

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As Long As There’s Music

29th September, 2009 - 30th September, 2009
Venue: Floral Pavilion Theatre

BOST performed a sensational Autumn concert at the new Floral Pavilion, featuring well-known tunes – old and new. From shows such as The Sound of Music, Sweet Charity, La Cage aux Folles, The Scarlet Pimpernel and Annie. Revive memories of songs from timeless musicals such as Mack & Mabel, The King & I, Ragtime and […]

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42nd Street

13th May, 2009 - 16th May, 2009
Venue: Liverpool Empire Theatre

“COME AND MEET THOSE DANCING FEET…” and listen to THE LULLABY OF BROADWAY at its foot stomping best! Packed with well-known, tuneful songs,42nd Street fizzes with excitement, rhythmically tapping toes and infectious enthusiasm. Audiences go home humming favourites such as “Dames”, “We’re in the Money”, “Shuffle off to Buffalo”, “Lullaby of Broadway” and, of course, […]

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When The Lights Go On Again

7th October, 2008 - 7th October, 2008
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Never before performed in the North West, this new British Musical written by Roy Sault, is set during the years of the Second World War. Described as the ‘definitive WWII musical’, ‘When The Lights Go On Again’ promises a trip down memory lane for many. Full of pure nostalgia, this is a tale of the […]

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The Scarlet Pimpernel

14th May, 2008 - 17th May, 2008
Venue: Liverpool Empire Theatre

The Merseyside Premiere of this lavish Broadway Musical. Soaring melodies abound in this tale of passion and adventure. Described as “Broadway’s Most Intriguing Musical”, The Scarlet Pimpernel opened for its World Premiere on Broadway in 1997 and ran for more than 700 performances. The Show was classed as “Highly Recommended” by the New York Theatre […]

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A Time for Music

9th October, 2007 - 11th October, 2007
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A full concert, featuring a celebration of Liverpool’s 800th Anniversary through the music of various cultures which contributed to the history and development of Liverpool, making it the city we know today. Enjoy songs belonging to her seafaring and trading heritage, the language of Welsh immigrants, the traditional style of dance imported with Irish arrivals, […]

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2019 SHOW ANNOUNCED

Published: April 13th, 2018

We are delighted to be returning to the Liverpool Empire Theatre, from May 16th-18th 2019, where we will be staging Jerry Herman’s all-singing & dancing musical extravaganza, ‘HELLO, DOLLY’! This fun, feel-good show was, for a time, the longest running musical in Broadway history.  It clocked ...

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From Broadway to BOST

Published: April 11th, 2018

We are extremely excited to announce that the star of the 1979 West End production of ‘My Fair Lady‘, Liz Robertson, will be narrating our upcoming staged concert version at St George’s Hall Concert Room, on Sunday 3rd June! An Olivier nominee, as well as ...

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Sweeney Todd Auditions – Date change

Published: February 20th, 2018

CHANGE OF DATES FOR SWEENEY TODD AUDITIONS Now to be held on Tuesday 8th May at 7:30pm for the characters of Sweeney Todd, Mrs Lovett, Anthony Hope and Johanna; and on Wednesday 9th May at 7:30pm for the characters of the Beggar Woman, Adolfo Pirelli, ...

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