Blood Brothers

“So did ya’hear the story of the Johnstone Twins?”

Set in Britain, Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers tells the story of twins separated at birth. Mrs Johnstone is working as a cleaner for Mrs Lyons when she becomes pregnant with the twin boys. The financial burden of two more children is too much for her and Mrs Lyons is longing for a child of her own, so Mrs. Johnstone keeps Mickey and gives the other boy, Edward, to Mrs Lyons. Although the blood brothers are never told they are related and their mothers try to keep them apart, their paths do cross later in life… and all hell breaks loose.

“You’ve never seen a musical like Blood Brothers. Every night of the week audiences stand and cheer. See it for yourself and you will understand why!” - The New York Times

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