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Blood Brothers

February 15 - 23, 2022

It's as relevant as ever perhaps more than ever

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Why See Blood Brothers?

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the uk favourite is on tour

Surpassing over 10,000 performances on London's West End (that's an incredible 24 years of shows), Willy Russell's Blood Brothers is safely one of the UK's favourite musicals. Now, courtesy of Bill Kenwright Limited, the legendary hit takes to the road on a brand new tour, bringing the emotional tale of two brothers torn asunder by fate to you in 2020. Including modern classics such as 'Tell Me It's Not True', 'Marylin Monroe' and 'Bright New Day' among many more, discover once more (or for the first time) the heartwrenching yet uplifting journey that is this special show.

What is the story?

When working-class kid Mickey meets the well do to Eddie, it's impossible to deny their resemblance. Little do they know, they're more than just similar looking, they're actually twins, separated at birth when their mother, struck a desperate deal with her wealthy employer. When the two discover the sons have connected, they work hard to tear them apart again. A boiling mixture of superstition and class difference, Blood Brothers is a searing exploration of the gap between poor and rich and the age-old nature vs nurture debate.

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Dates

Opening night: 15 February 2022

Audience

12 +

Run time

Two hours and 45 minutes

And before you stop reading

Images may reflect previous cast

COVID 19 SECURE

You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.

Cast and Creative

Cast

Lyn Paul as Mrs. Johnstone 
Robbie Scotcher as Narrator
Alex Patmore as Mickey
Joel Benedict as Eddie
Danny Taylor as Sammy
Danielle Corlass as Linda
Tim Churchill as Mr. Lyons
Graham Martin as Policeman/Teacher
Gemma Brodrick as Donna Marie
Hannah Barr as Brenda
Graeme Kinniburgh as Bus Conductor
Shaun McCourt as Perkins
Chloe Taylor as Mrs. Lyons
Connor Bannister as Neighbour

Creative

Written by Willy Russell
Directed by Bob Tomson and Bill Kenwright
Musical Direction by Scott Alder
Sound Design by Dan Samson
Set and Costume Design by Andy Walmsley
Lighting Design by Nick Richings

What you thought

4 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)

5.0 star rating

Judith Blatchford: “But to be missed”

This is one of the most original and outstanding musicals I have ever... more

Mike Sandford-West: “Brilliant!!!”

Thank you for a fabulous performance last night!! You all deserved that... more

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