Young orphan Oliver Twist has been raised in the bleak world of a Victorian workhouse, his parentage unknown. When he dares ask for more gruel at mealtime, the parish beadle, Mr. Bumble, sells him as child labour to a local undertaker, Mr. Sowerberry. Bullied by Sowerberry’s apprentice, Noah Claypole, Oliver runs away and heads for […]More »
Hello Dolly! is a musical about Dolly Levi – a well-known matchmaker, who attempts to find herself a husband in the wealthy Horace Vandergelder. With a series of sub-plots and twists and turns, it’s a magnificent show packed with memorable musical numbers, and visually extravagant scenes! Chorus Ladies Elizabeth Beattie, Sue Beattie, Collette Clare, Angela […]More »
The SS America sets sail from New York to London. Onboard – 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 […]More »
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 »
Audition passages for our staged concert performance of ‘My Fair Lady’ are now available! If you would like to be sent the passages for any of the following parts, please email your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org – Eliza Doolittle (6 women will be cast in this ...Read More
We will be offering a variety of festive songs and band music from traditional through to modern sources, encouraging you to recall the reason for the celebrations, perhaps reminisce through childhood memories, and smile with us, looking forward to the wonders of Christmas. So be ...Read More
We’ve now launched our exciting new ‘Friends of BOST’ scheme! For just £2.50 per month you’ll receive a host of benefits, whilst helping to support us in continuing to produce the best live theatrical entertainment in the region. Friends receive a £10 voucher to be ...Read More
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