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Blood Brothers – St Helens Theatre Royal

Book/Music/Lyrics: Willy Russell Director: Bob Tomson Reviewer: John Roberts  At the tender age of 35, Blood Brothers is still gaining instantaneous standing ovations wherever it’s performed and at St Helens Theatre Royal, that acclaim continues. It’s no surprise really when the show's themes of class, recession, nature vs nurture and depression are still so prevalent and newsworthy. It becomes hard not to ...

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Dick Whittington – Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Director and Choreographer: Nick Winston Reviewer: Dan English   Shane Richie takes us down to Ol’ London Town at Dartford’s Orchard Theatre for its festive pantomime offering, Dick Whittington. Directed by Nick Winston, the production is a fun-filled two-hour romp through Whittington's journey from sleepy commoner to Lord Mayor of London, with a little help from his cat. There is ...

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Blood Brothers – Palace Theatre, Manchester

Book, Music and Lyrics: Willy Russell Director: Bob Tomson and Bill Kenwright Reviewer: Steve Davies Who doesn’t know the story of the Johnstone twins? Well for the uninitiated it’s the tale of a mother who hands over one of her new born twins to a woman who can’t have children. It’s also the story of two boys who become friends ...

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Blood Brothers – Theatre Royal, St Helens

Writer: Willy Russell Director: Bob Thomson Reviewer: Stephanie Rowe Blood Brothers is back on Merseyside and while it may not be in its spiritual home of Liverpool, here in St Helens it certainly packs the same emotional weight and gravitas it always has… Despite a reduction in the usual set due to the capacity of the stage, the cast pull ...

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