Top Price Ticket To ‘Blood Brothers’ West End Musical for £29.75 (50% Off)
- Highly acclaimed musical written by Willy Russell
- Winner of the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Musical in its debut season
- Long-running West End production now in its 24th year
- A moving tale of twins separated at birth
- Set in 1960s-80s Liverpool
- Performed at the Phoenix Theatre, Charing Cross Road
- 5/5 from The Telegraph, 4/5 from The Independent
- Top price seat ticket
- Valid for any of 44 selected performances 20 Jun - 16 Aug
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via https://kpgrouponcc.tsd-aff.com/tickets/web_finder.buy/blood-brothers-201206.html. No cancellations once booked. Excludes £1.50 booking fee. Collected seating subject to availability. All Groupon codes must be entered together for the best chance of being seated together as a group. Admin fee of £5 required for changing incorrectly booked seats. Not valid at weekends or Fridays. Valid for selected performances 20 Jun-16 Aug 2012 only. Performed at the Phoenix Theatre, Charing Cross Road. Original values based on 18 June 2012 Band A seats. Original values verified 14 June 2012 at 10.36am.
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Stealing the show is something exceptional actors can achieve, but they’ll still need a very special getaway van. Be an audience driven wild, with today’s Groupon: £29.75 for a top price ticket to see Blood Brothers in the West End.
This classic British tale of twin brothers separated at birth to grow up to very different lives, explores Nature vs Nurture against the backdrop of Liverpudlian class warfare, friendship, and love .
About The Event
Written by Willy Russell, and with a current production with over 20 years in the West End under its belt, this show makes other smash-hits look like soft-elbows. Blood Brothers opened at the famous Lyric theatre and ran off with Best New Musical and Best Actress in its first year, and now shows in the glorious-golden interiors of the Phoenix Theatre.
Considered by many to be one of the finest interiors of any London theatre, The Phoenix is decked in plush red and gold, making every trip a red carpet affair. Evening performances of Blood Brothers up curtains at 7.45pm and call curtains approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes later, with matinee performances Thursdays at 3pm. A 15 minute interval allows the audience to stock up on small refreshments and check the sky hasn’t fallen before rejoining the story. Based in the bright lights of London’s West End, the theatre is close to all useful amenities, including hotels, cash-points, restaurants, and sunglasses shops.
Show dates available:
21 June 2012 at 3pm and 7.45pm
25 June 2012 at 7.45pm
26 June 2012 at 7.45pm
27 June 2012 at 7.45pm
28 June 2012 at 3pm
29 June 2012 at 7.45pm
2 July 2012 at 7.45pm
3 July 2012 at 7.45pm
4 July 2012 at 7.45pm
5 July 2012 at 3pm and 7.45pm
9 July 2012 at 7.45pm
10 July 2012 at 7.45pm
11 July 2012 at 7.45pm
12 July 2012 at 3pm and 7.45pm
16 July 2012 at 7.45pm
17 July 2012 at 7.45pm
18 July 2012 at 7.45pm
19 July 2012 at 3pm and 7.45pm
23 July 2012 at 7.45pm
24 July 2012 at 7.45pm
25 July 2012 at 3pm and 7.45pm
26 July 2012 at 3pm and 7.45pm
30 July 2012 at 7.45pm
31 July 2012 at 7.45pm
1 August 2012 at 7.45pm
2 August 2012 at 3pm and 7.45pm
6 August 2012 at 7.45pm
7 August 2012 at 7.45pm
8 August 2012 at 7.45pm
9 August 2012 at 3pm and 7.45pm
13 August 2012 at 7.45pm
14 August 2012 at 7.45pm
15 August 2012 at 7.45pm
16 August 2012 at 3pm and 7.45pm
Nearest tube: Leicester Square
Nearest railway: Charing Cross
How It Works
1. Buy your Groupon
2. We email you the voucher immediately
3. Go to kpgrouponcc.tsd-aff.com by Saturday 7 July 2012 to redeem your ticket and be allocated a seat
Blood Brothers received rousing scores of 5/5 from The Telegraph and 4/5 courtesy of The Independent, along with a very positive write up from The Guardian. Reviewers applauded the story and songs, though special mentions went to the performances and engaging characters.
If you're debating on this one then please make the decision to go it is just brilliant. I was gripped from start to finish, the story is gritty and funny and the cast just awesome! Vivienne Carlyle was stunning as Mrs Johnstone, she looked drained at the end as she put so much into the performance, I was left a sobbing wreck!
– koggyboy, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012
Blood Brothers’ ability to combine comedy and tragedy, great songs with a searching examination of both the nature-vs-nurture debate and the malign role of class in British society strikes me as remarkable.
– Charles Spencer, The Telegraph, Nov 2009