Blackfriars Theatre AGM - Wednesday 27th September 2023

Wednesday 6th September

Blackfriars Board of Trustees wish to advise that this year’s Annual General Meeting will be held at Blackfriars on Wednesday 27th September 2023 at 7.30pm.   

All members, volunteers and/or patrons are welcome to attend.

Please read the full Blackfriars A.G.M. documents  below which give all the information about the meeting:

  • the Agenda for the meeting
  • Nomination of Proxy Vote
  • Nomination of a Director * (deadline Wed 13.9.2023)

 Also included are the minutes of last years A.G.M. (28h September 2022).

*Please note there are four vacancies on the Board of Trustees to be filled.  Please seriously consider putting yourself forward or asking someone who you consider would be asset to the charity. For more information about what is involved in being a director/trustee please contact our Chair Robert Barclay via email on

Click here to download the documents:- 
AGM Documents 2023
Minutes 2022
Appendix 1 - Chairmans Report 2022
Appendix 2 - Show Report 2022



Blackfriars Membership fee:

In order to be eligible to vote at the A.G.M. and/or to be nominated as a director of board of trustees you must have paid your membership fee which is £15.

How to pay your Blackfriars annual membership fee.  

  1. Via online banking - (Preferable if possible) 
    • Account name              : Blackfriars Arts Centre
    • Sort code                     : 40-12-30
    • Account number           : 20166189
    • As the reference - please enter ‘Membership’ as the reference and email to advise you have done it. 
  2. You can pay by card or paypal on the website at 
  3. You can also pay by sending a cheque, payable to Blackfriars Arts Centre Ltd for £15 to the theatre.  
  4. Finally you can of course pop into Blackfriars Mon - Fri between 10am and 1pm or Sat 10am - 2pm and pay one of our volunteers. 

If you have any questions regarding the AGM please feel free to contact Robert Barclay (chair) on 

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.