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One of the longest-running musicals in the history of London theatre is the "Blood Brothers", written by Willy Russell. It originally opened on 11 April 1983 at the Lyric Theatre within the City of Westminster, where it ran for seven months. It was revived in July 1988, when it played at Albery Theatre for approximately 3 years. After the 3 years at the Albery, it was moved to Phoenix Theatre in the London Borough of Camden, where it's still currently playing.

This fine play has won quite a few awards, including four Olivier Awards and six Tony Awards. It won an Olivier for being the best New Musical in 1983, and has won a Tony for Greatest Musical. Con O'Neill won the Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical in 1988, and has also netted a Tony for Very best Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Mickey, one of the conflicted brothers. Barbara Dickson and Melanie C, of Spice Girl fame, both have won awards for their interpretation of the role of Mrs. Johnstone, the mother of the twins. Other awards won contain a couple of Drama Desk Awards, along with a Theatre World Award for Stephanie Lawrence in 1993.


From it is hugely effective Liverpool production it transferred to the Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, where it had become the musical hit of the season, winning 3 awards for its author/composer and one for its leading actress/singer Barbara Dickson.

The Cast:

Mrs Johnstone - Barbara Dickson
Narrator - Andrew Scholfield
Mickey - George Costigan
Eddit - Andrew C. Wadsworth
Sammy - Peter Christian
Linda - Amanda York
Mrs Lyons - Wendy Murray
Mr Lyons - Alan Leith


The Blood Brothers is constantly draw the crowds across the world from Broadway to Australia and it has turn into one of the longest running musicals within the West End, London. Few musicals have received quite such acclaim as Blood Brothers. Scooping up no less than four awards for Very best MUSICAL and receiving a standing ovation at almost each performance within the West End and in the USA where the show was nominated for six TONY awards.

The musical Blood Brothers, London has a nature vs. nature plot, centred on fraternal twins separated shortly after they're born. They are raised by families who live near every other, and they happen to meet one day and wind up becoming good friends. The twins wind up living divergent lives, with one graduating from Oxbridge, even though the other is unemployed and often in trouble with the law. Through it all, they remain steadfast buddies until they wind up falling for the same girl.


The demand for Blood Brothers was so wonderful that in 1991 it moved to a larger theatre, the Phoenix; and to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show's writing, Barbara Dickson returned to the role of Mrs. Johnstone for the summer 1993. The West End lights of Blood Brothers continue to burn undimmed even as the show continues to play all over the world and on a new British national tour. So what you are waiting for experience the Blood Brothers of London now. For Blood Brothers tickets you are able to avail on the web as there are a number of authorized web sites that may cater you with no hassle.

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