One of the West End`s most popular shows is set to come to an end, with Blood Brothers
getting its final curtain call after nearly 20 years entertaining audiences in the capital.
It debuted at London`s Lyric Theatre back in 1983, becoming an instant hit and even winning the Olivier Award for Best New Musical that same year. It`s the third longest running stage show to appear on the famed theatre strip, easily surpassing 10,000 performances when it finally bids farewell.
Penned by Willy Russell, it tells the story of Liverpudlian twins separated at birth, both growing up in completely different circumstances and class before unexpectedly meeting after falling in love with the same girl.
It`s sure to be an emotional night when Blood Brothers treats West End audiences for a final time on the 27 October. Why don`t you catch the show as part of the many London theatre breaks
available before it`s too late?
Published on 7/8/2012.Latest London News