Blood Brothers Theatre Tickets London

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Phoenix Theatre


Leicester Square & Tottenham Court Road

The Phoenix Theatre, in London's West End, has staged Blood Brothers the Musical since 1991, and on the 26th of October, Spice Girl superstar Mel C will make her first theatrical appearance as Mrs Johnstone. Mel C, or Melanie Chisholm, otherwise known as Sporty Spice, is the first Spice Girl to star in a West End musical production, and takes on the role formerly played by Helen Reddy, Barbara Dickson, Carole King, Kiki Dee and Niki Evans, who currently fills the role.

Blood Brothers the Musical, an Olivier award-winning musical by Willy Russell, tells the tale of twin brothers Eddie and Mickey, separated at birth and re-united by their mother's poignant secret and a quirk of fate.

It features such unforgettable songs as Marilyn Monroe, A Bright New Day and Tell Me It's Not True. Bill Kenwright and Bob Thomson direct the 21-year-old production, which was designed by Marty Flood.

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Phoenix Theatre

Bertie Crewe, Cecil Masey and Giles Gilbert Scott designed the Phoenix Theatre, which is one of the loveliest West End theatres. It opened its doors in 1930 when it premiered Private Lives by Noel Coward. Its auditorium features gold engraves, decorative ceilings, red carpeting, curtains and seats, with panels by Titian, Giorgione and Vladimir Polunin after Tintoretto above the boxes, while a picture of Jacopo del Sellaio's The Triumph Of Love occupies the entire stage curtain. This London theatre was renovated in 1966, when the Noel Coward bar was built, which Coward himself opened in 1969.

Some of the great plays staged here include Tonight at 8.30, Love for Love by John Gielgud, Canterbury Tales, The baker's Wife, Into the Wood and many successful Shakespeare productions.

Willy Russell's Blood Brothers the Musical is currently playing at this London theatre, as it has been for the past 21 years. Booking available until 31 Jul 2010.

The Phoenix Theatre has a capacity of 1000 and is on the corner of Flitcroft Street and Charing Cross Road, in London, WC2H 0JP. The closest Underground station is Leicester Square/Tottenham Court Road, with train transport at Charing Cross.


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