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The Comedy Tea House

THIS WEEK The Comedy Tea House

Friday 30th June - 8.00pm

The Comedy Tea house is open for business. Get you're tickets early so you don't miss out!

THIS WEEKEND One Night With Elvis

featuring AJ Dance
Saturday 1st July - 7.30pm

Ginty is back as Elvis in this Viva Las Vegas show.

One Night With Elvis
Lullaby of Broadway

Lullaby of Broadway

Centre Stage Academy present
Saturday 15th July - 7.00pm

Centre Stage Academy bring you their latest show - join them as they dance and sing their way through 84 years of musical theatre.

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Blackfriars Theatre - SUMMER SCHOOL

Posted on Monday 26th June

We are excited to announce the details for this years Summer School at Blackfriars Theatre. A five day intensive summer school based on the theme of Peter Pan! Could you be a mischievous fairy, a sneaky pirate or a crazy crocodile? Learn scenes, songs and dances from the shows, as well as stage combat, Finishing with a performance on the last day at 3pm. To book a space contact Box Off...

Blackfriars Theatre  - SUMMER SCHOOL
AUDITIONS - We are looking for the 2017 Boston Babes

AUDITIONS - We are looking for the 2017 Boston Babes

Posted on Friday 23rd June

Following last year’s exciting pantomime ‘Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood’ Tony Peers Ltd are back this year with Cinderella and they are holding open auditions for Chorus Babes (Boys and Girls 6 years and over) and Senior Dancers (Boys and Girls any age-Strong singers/dancers) to be part of the ensemble for this year’s magical p...


FREE ART WORKSHOP - Animation from the Beach - 26th July 2017

Posted on Thursday 22nd June

An introduction to animation from objects found on the beach.  This workshop is suitable for 8 - 14 year olds and there are limited places available.  For more information or to book a place contact Pete Read on pete.read@discovervolunteering.org or 07411046113.
FREE ART WORKSHOP - Animation from the Beach - 26th July 2017
Blackfriars undoubtedly plays a very important role as Boston's centre for entertainment and the arts. It is home to two very successful local amateur dramatic and operatic groups, as well as hosting a varied program of professional stage productions.