Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers at the Phoenix Theatre, London
Blood Brothers at the Phoenix Theatre, London

London Theatre Packages for Blood Brothers

Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers is a tale of twins, separated at birth, who grow up as friends one rich, one poor: without knowing their family background. Told with gentleness, darkness and joy it is at one time hilarious at the next heartbreaking.

Few musicals have received such acclaim as Blood Brothers: scooping four awards for best musical and enjoying standing ovations at almost every performance over the past 12 years. Although its greatest strength is its Englishness it was nominated for 7 Tony awards.

A remarkable adult cast play the group of children who we watch grow, learn, love and fight.

Devasting. A masterpiece. If you haven’t seen it, go. If you have, go again!” – News of the World. “The greatest musical of the decade” – International Herald Tribune.

Book your Blood Brothers theatre package

Show File
Title: Blood Brothers
Genre: Musical – Show Songs: Blood Brothers Playlist
Theatre: Phoenix Theatre, Charing Cross Rd, WC2H OJP, London
Performance Times:
Evenings: Mon-Sat 7:45pm
Matinees: Thu 3:00pm, Sat 4:00pm
Nearest Tube: Tottenham Court Rd on the Northern Line and Central Line

Nearest London Hotels

The Phoenix Theatre is on Charing Cross Road. The 3 star St Giles is an excellent base for any London theatre break as it is just off Oxford Street, but it is also just a few minutes walk from the theatre. Do beware that there is a fair amount of road works going on around there (beginning of 2012) and whilst it doesn’t effect pedestrians too much it does make the usual simple stroll a little more challenging!

That is the only 3 star of note. The four star options include the Radisson Edwardian Kenilworth Road and Bloomsbury Street Hotels and the Bloomsbury Street is another hotel that has benefited from Olympic fever (when hotel owners become desparate to make their hotel the best it possibly can!) as it is now looking absolutely gorgeous!

There are alos a whole bunch of 4 star hotels just along the road around the British Museum… the standout choice for me being the Montagues on the Gardens (even though it is a little more expenise!

For a five star option I would go for the Courthouse along Oxford Street, just near Carnaby Street.

Looking further afield the Northern Line and Central Line give easy access to the hotels in the City, Bayswater, around Euston (handy if you have come from the North West) and the Southbank and Waterloo – handy if you have come from the south!


  1. and it has extended to 24 November 2012… that means it will still be going after the Olympics have been and gone!

  2. Blood Brothers is another of my personal favourite shows still running in London’s West End. Written by Willy Russell – one of Britain’s greatest living playwrights – the story ranks alongside any of those from the many musicals taken from great literature, but with a script as equally good as the story-line.

    OK, this is all a bit high-minded when all you want is good evening’s entertainment and to come out whistling a tune or two and it delivers on this front too! The cast are wonderful and the denoument heart-stopping

    Proper theatre and a proper good time – a proper London theatre break!

  3. Please be advised that Marti Pellow will be indisposed from Blood Brothers for all performances for the period Tuesday 31.01.12 to Saturday 11.02.12 inclusively.

    Marti Pellows understudy, Craig Price, will play the part of Narrator for this period.

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