Braintree Musical Society
The Society was founded in 1949 by Jack Cogan who was Music Master at Braintree High School and Choirmaster and Organist at St Peter’s Church. A Gilbert and Sullivan enthusiast, the first stage production was The Pirates of Penzance in 1951 which he produced, musically directed and conducted.
BMS has produced a wide variety of challenging musicals - our 100th show 'Anything Goes' was performed in October 2007 at the Braintree Institute, and we have gone on to perform many more since.
Having moved to Braintree College as our performance venue a few years ago, we have now relocated to Braintree Arts Theatre on Notley Road.
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