BROS Musical Productions is an amateur theatre company based primarily at the Alexandra Theatre, Regis Centre, Bognor Regis, West Sussex. The Society was formed in 1925. It was then known as Bognor Regis Operatic and Dramatic Society and the first production was King Constant. The group subsequently became known as Bognor Regis Operatic Society and eventually, using the acronym BROS, adopted the name by which it is known today.
Originally BROS presented a combination of musicals and plays, but, after a break for the war, started producing musicals only. From the 60s a wider variety of musicals were presented and the 80s and 90s saw the addition of compilation shows.
BROS have always tried to present a varied selection of musicals from well-known standards to the lesser known.
BROS are affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) and in recent years have received the NODA Accolade Of Excellence award seven times - Come On And Hear (a tribute to Irving Berlin), Chicago, The Will Rogers Follies, The Mitford Girls, Return To The Forbidden Planet, Sweeney Todd, Beauty and the Beast, The Sound of Musicals and Into the Woods.
Rehearsals take place twice weekly on Monday and Wednesday in the Studio at the Alexandra Theatre. New members are always welcome.