Boston Playgoers Society
Don't forget to get your tickets for The Accrington Pals - Wed 12 to Sat 15 November!Boston Playgoers is an Amateur Dramatics Society based in the market town of Boston, Lincolnshire. Founded in 1928 the group has a long tradition of producing plays to the highest possible standard. The society puts on three productions a year and these range from TV comedies such as Fawlty Towers and 'Allo 'Allo, to more serious classics such as An Inspector Calls and Wuthering Heights, including everything in between such as farces like Don't Dress for Dinner and lighter comedies such as Inspector Drake and the Time Machine.
Boston Playgoers is affiliated to NODA and has enjoyed recent success on a regional level, winning Best Regional Play two years running with An Inspector Calls and Wuthering Heights.
The group also takes part in Skegness Playgoers' Play Festival at the Embassy Theatre in Skegness each year. This is an opportunity for members to perform on a larger stage and the society and its members have won numerous awards over the years.
Please browse the site to find out more about past and current productions. Playgoers is always looking for new members, whether you want to tread the boards, build set, direct or just help out backstage you will be given a warm welcome.