One of the longest-running musical on the West End, Blood Brothers tells the captivating story of twins who, after being separated at birth, lead different lives on opposites ends of the social ladder. When the brothers, still unaware of their fraternal connection, fall in love with the same girl, the story progresses towards a fatal ending. Regarded as "the musical for all-time," Willy Russel's award-winning production offers tragic insight into the effects of class warfare and is still as relevant to a modern audience as it was upon its 1988 debut.
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