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Written by Willy Russell, the legendary BLOOD BROTHERS tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences.

Few musicals have received quite such acclaim as the multi-award winning BLOOD BROTHERS. Bill Kenwright’s production surpassed 10,000 performances in London’s West End, one of only three musicals ever to achieve that milestone. It has been affectionately christened the ‘Standing Ovation Musical’, as inevitably it “brings the audience cheering to its feet and roaring its approval” (The Daily Mail).

Starring Olivier Award nominated British actress Linzi Hateley in the seminal role of Mrs Johnstone. Linzi has performed in countless West End productions including Mamma Mia, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Les Miserables, Chicago, Grease and Mary Poppins!

The superb score includes Bright New DayMarilyn Monroe and the emotionally charged hit Tell Me It’s Not True.

BOOK TICKETS

13 - 17 Nov Chesterfield Winding Wheel 01246 345 222 Book online
19 - 24 Nov Hamilton, The Town House 01698 452299 Book online
26 - 1 Dec Oxford, New Theatre 0844 871 3020 Book online

CAST & CREATIVES

CAST
Mrs Johnstone Linzi Hateley
Narrator Robbie Scotcher
Mickey Sean Jones
Eddie Mark Hutchinson
Sammy Danny Taylor
Linda Danielle Corlass
Mr Lyons Tim Churchill
Policeman/Teacher Graham Martin
Brenda and u/s Linda Alison Crawford
Donna Marie u/s Mrs Lyons Amy-Jane Ollies
Bus Conductor Graeme Kinniburgh
Mrs Lyons Sarah Jane Buckley
Perkins Andy Owens
Neighbour Josh Capper
CREATIVES
Written by Willy Russell
Directed by Bob Tomson and Bill Kenwright
Musical Direction Phil Gostelow
Sound Design Dan Samson
Design Andy Walmsley
Lighting Design Nick Richings

REVIEWS

“A TRIUMPHANT EVENING… UNMISSABLE AND UNBEATABLE”
– The Spectator

“EXHILARATING… ONE OF THE BEST MUSICALS EVER WRITTEN”
– Sunday Times

“BRINGS THE AUDIENCE CHEERING TO ITS FEET AND ROARING APPROVAL”
– The Daily Mail

★★★★★
“DAZZLING”
– Sunday Telegraph

★★★★★
“TERRIFIC”
– Sunday Express