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'Blood Brothers' - Enda Markey in association with Hayes Theatre Company

Sybil: Hayes Theatre…
Lea: Where the wine is warm as blood…
Sybil: But the blood is hot as hell…
Lea: Nailed it!
Sybil: First show at Hayes this year! 1,391 more words

Sydney Theatre

Blood Brothers UK Tour

On Friday 27th February 2015, I went to Aylesbury Waterside Theatre to watch the much-loved classic musical Blood Brothers.

The story centres around twin brothers Mickey Johnstone and Eddie Lyons, who were split up at birth as their mother, Mrs Johnstone, could not afford to keep both of them and consequently agreed to give one to rich neighbour, Mrs Lyons, who could not have children of her own. 1,014 more words

Blood Brothers

Blood brothers: Bondy trio have donated more than 350 units of blood

The Bondy brothers are true blood brothers.

Between the trio who grew up in River Canard, they’ve donated blood 356 times.

“You can donate about six times a year so you can see the dedication from these three brothers which is truly amazing,” Canadian Blood Services territory manager Maureen Mcfarlane said Friday from the Windsor blood donor clinic. 464 more words


'Blood Brothers' -Aylesbury Waterside Theatre - 23/05/15

Once in a blue moon, a show comes along which embeds itself immovably in British culture. It becomes part of our theatrical landscape and though it may be often imitated, it is never bettered. 602 more words

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

REVIEW: Blood Brothers - The Town House, Hamilton

32 years on since its first performance, there are few musicals whose flames still burn as bright nor are there many shows that continue to genuinely move, even on repeated viewing, as Willy Russell’s classic nature versus nurture tale, … 324 more words


Day 195 - Blood Brothers

I went to see Blood Brothers tonight in Hamilton Town House. Totally amazing musical, joyful, hilarious and heartbreaking at once. I’ve never seen it before but I’ll need to see it again, The actor who played Mickey stole the show for me and I could basically cry all over again thinking about him. 43 more words

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Review: Blood Brothers at South Hill Park

The danger of taking a musical and making it into a play is that you might lose some of its heart.

Musical theatre songs are usually created to enhance a story, so in stripping them away, is there a risk of losing half of your emotion? 379 more words

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