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BILLERICAY OPERATIC SOCIETY

ABOUT US

Billericay Operatic Society is an amateur musical theatre society based in Essex that has been performing since 1929. We perform our main show at the Brentwood Theatre in March each year. There are lots of ways to get involved with us if you share our passion for musical theatre. Get in touch via our Contact Us page. We would love to hear from you!

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BOS produce one musical show each year at The Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood in March and smaller shows / concert throughout the year.
We are always on the lookout for new members to join us; both on stage and behind the scenes. If you would like more information about joining or would like to be added to our mailing list for future show information please contact us now.

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THE PRODUCERS

Max Bialystock, the onetime king of Broadway producers hungry to strike it rich, and Leo Bloom, an accountant with dreams of someday becoming a theatre producer, discover that they could get richer by producing a flop than a hit and start by finding the worst show, worst director, and worst actors.

Dates: MARCH 20TH – 24TH 2018
Location: BRENTWOOD THEATRE, 15 Shenfield Road Brentwood Essex CM15 8AG

CREDITS
A New Mel Brooks Musical

  • Book by: Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan
  • Music and Lyrics: Mel Brooks
  • Original direction & choreography: Susan Stroman
  • By special arrangement with StudioCanal
  • Presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe)
  • All authorised performance materials supplied by MTI Europe (www.mtishows.com)
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REVIEWS

“He's very watchable as the charismatic shyster “Professor” Harold Hill – confidently talking the talk, eyeing up the folk of River City from front stage, enjoying a great vaudeville duet with Matthew Carpenter as his old mate Marcellus, flirting suavely with his Librarian Marian – an excellent performance from Anna Green, even if it's hard to see her as an old maid ”

Michael GrayThe Music Man

“Costumes were excellent and the lighting was very well designed and beautifully executed. It is lovely to see full houses for any society so well done the Billericay for another entertaining show.”

Tessa Davies Oliver!

“ The Quartet, also known as the school board, started off as people who couldn't get along, but when convinced to sing by Harold, could not be separated. This group of four, Jeremy Martin, Niels Bradley, Nik Graham & Ray Bowler, probably had the hardest sing of the show having to perfectly coordinate and harmonise, something they did well enough.”

The Unnamed Critic The Music Man