CORONAVIRUS: All UK venues closed on 16th March 2020 and there is currently no planned re-opening time though it will not be before 1st June 2020 and is most likely to be September (according to some West End producers).
Some shows have been cancelled, or closed early, but many are being rescheduled and we are trying to keep up with the changes - assume that anything posted for April to August is actually postponed or cancelled. It now looks likely that little will return till 2021.
Musical melodrama set in Liverpool about twins separated at birth and the effects on their personalities as they grow up of 'nature' and 'nurture'. A poor family, already with kids, is blessed with twins, but they can't cope. The mother cleans at a 'posh' house where they are desperate to have kids but can't and a deal is struck which no-one must know about. Despite the efforts of the new family the boys paths cross time and time again as they grow and one becomes 'bad' while the other is 'good'. Eventually they clash with tragic consequences. The musical is un-usual in having a "narrator" who helps to move the plot along. Running Time: 2hrs 40mins
Performers , (Melanie Chisholm - Mrs Johnstone) Melanie C , (narrator) Philip Stewart , (Mickey) Ben Sewell , (Eddie) Michael Sewell , (Mrs Lyons) Vivienne Carlyle , (Linda) Louise Clayton , (Mr Lyons) Owen Oldroyd , (Sammy) Michael Southern , (PC/Teacher) Rob Hughes , (Perkins) Jody Tranter , (Donna Marie) Tricia Adele-Turner , (Bus Conductor) Alex Harland , (Brenda) Kate Sharp . (Neighbour) Karl Greenwood Author . Willy Russell Producer . Bill Kenwright Director . Bob Tomson Director . Bill Kenwright Musical Director . Rod Edwards Design . Marty Flood Other (company stage manager). Iain McAvoy Other (deputy stage manager). Richard Kingcott Other (assistant stage manager). Ian Hawkins Other (wardrobe supervisior). Michelle MacMillan Other (No 1 sound operator). Colin Newland Other (No 2 Sound Operator). Richard Bannister
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